cW Playlist: Issue 14 – Flow
PLAYLIST
Whether you’re sitting and stretching or training for a 10K, Issue 14’s tracklist will give you extra pep in your step.

 

TRACKLIST:
  • How Bad Do You Want It (Oh Yeah) – Sevyn Streeter
  • On To The Next One – JAY-Z
  • Busy Earnin’ – Jungle
  • Stronger – Britney Spears
  • Danger – Anjulie
  • Transformer – Donna Missal
  • Rebel Yell – Billy Idol
  • Born for This – Paramore
  • Fitness – Lizzo
  • Feeling Myself – Nicki Minaj
  • Boys Wanna Be Her – Peaches
  • The Distance – CAKE
  • Motivation – Normani
  • Plain Jane – A$AP Ferg
  • DNA. – Kendrick Lamar
  • The New Workout Plan – Kanye West
  • Woman – Kesha
  • Physical – Dua Lipa
  • Pray to God (ft. HAIM) – Calvin Harris
  • you should see me in a crown – Billie Eilish
  • Come Down – Anderson .Paak

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