As much as we love cozying up to old-time Christmas classics or belting out to modern holiday staples, it doesn't hurt to add a few refreshing additions to your list of festive favorites. Below are a few of the best from so far. Check this space for more updates as December 25th approaches. Her latest installment of festive music is from The Star , an animated film on the Nativity story. Carey belts out the title song in the soundtrack, a contemporary ballad with goosebumps-inducing riffs and key changes.
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4. Justin Bieber — "Mistletoe"
The holiday season means that you can't walk more than 10 feet without hearing one of the few Christmas standards that stand the test of time. Either you love this, or you hate this; Christmas music is a polarizing topic, and not in the Polar Express way. But if you happen to love Christmas music, you need to add these Christmas songs to to your holiday playlist. Branching out to listen to the new pop Christmas music might feel sacrilegious — even if the new pop songs include plenty of Biblical imagery — because it can be a little weird to try to make Christmas cool. The holiday is arguably about cozying up to the fire with your loved ones, which isn't exactly "cool" by high schoolers' standards, at least. So, yeah, it might feel strange to listen to these modern pop Christmas songs, but they actually still capture the spirit — mostly thanks to their use of jingle bells — and they just might become the new classics. Who knows? If you ever wanted a glimpse into Stefani and Shelton's life together, this is your chance. Their voices and styles meld together so well, and their union makes a lot more sense thanks to this song.
5. Ariana Grande — "Santa Tell Me"
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