As the holiday season rapidly approaches, our minds turn to full-on Christmas mode. Candy canes, twinkling lights, watching Elf an outrageous number of times, etc. But what about your holiday playlist? Well, wonder no more! Here are the six best brand new covers of classic Christmas songs that are sure to spice up your Christmas playlist in the best way:
1. “Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree” by Miley Cyrus
Glitter queen and all around eccentric pop singer Miley Cyrus has undergone quite the transformation this past year. With this cover of “Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree,” Cyrus taps into her country roots and delivers a fresh take on a holiday classic.
2. “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” by Demi Lovato
Honestly, this past year has been amazing for chart-topping singer Demi Lovato, and this cover is just the cherry on top. Demi shows a softer, slower side on this romantic Christmas song that will pair perfectly with sipping hot cocoa and decorating the tree.
3. “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” by Brett Eldrege featuring Meghan Trainor
It wouldn’t be Christmas without this iconic duet. This cover is a country meets pop collaboration and delivers a fresh sound to such an iconic song.
4. “White Christmas” by George Ezra
Isn’t it everyone’s wish to wake up to snow on Christmas morning? Well, if you can’t have the real thing, you can play this cover of the hopeful classic sung by George Ezra. Ezra’s rich tone pairs perfectly with this warm and happy holiday tune.
5. “Let It Snow” by Gwen Stefani
It wouldn’t be Christmas if you didn’t play “Let It Snow” on repeat. Luckily, this cover by Gwen Stefani is a new take on the holiday favorite that you won’t get sick of hearing over and over. And don’t forget to check out the other holiday covers on Gwen’s new album, You Make It Feel Like Christmas.
6. “O Holy Night” by Luke Bryan
Country music favorite Luke Bryan covers this time-honored Christmas song with a stripped down version. His rich voice and country twang creates a song that feels new even though we’ve heard it throughout the years.