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Here Are Some Of The Fantastic Songs Played In Euphoria Season 1

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There is a show which is attracting a lot of audiences lately on HBO. Zendaya starrer show, Euphoria is taking over everyone’s mind, because of its plot and implementation of the characters. The series has scenes including teenagers taking drugs, making love, messing on social media, and more. Zendaya herself took over Instagram and warned her fans about the sensitivity of the content.

 

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The producers of the show are A24 and Drake, and the show has got a fantastic list of songs which makes it more interesting to watch. Euphoria is a mixture of emotions, drama, comedy, and thrill. If you are seeking some good entertainment, then Euphoria is an excellent option to watch. The list of the songs include classics and recent releases too. Here are some of the songs played in Euphoria, Season 1.

Episode 1: Pilot
Can’t Get Used To Losing You: Andy Williams: Columbia, 1963
Hold Up: Beyoncé: Parkwood Entertainment, 2016
Getcha’ Weight Up: Rockstar Jt ft. Big Yae, CBM Muley & Cet Dollar: Rockstar Jt, 2017
Brighter Tomorrow: Soul Swingers: Topaz Records, 1966
Once Again: Stratus: Otodayo Records, 2018

Episode 2: Stuntin’ Like My Daddy
Stunin’ Like My Daddy: Birdman & Lil’ Wayne: Cash Money Records / Universal Records, 2006
Mount Everest: Labrinth: Simco Limited, 2019
Release the Hounds: Jarina De Marco: EMPIRE, 2016
Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words): Bobby Womack: Minit, 1968
Goh (ft. KLP): What So Not & Skrillex: Counter / Sweat It Out!, 2018

Episode 3: Made You Look
Nonstop: Drake: Young Money/ Cash Money, 2018
Practice: Drake: Cash Money, 2011
Work: Charlotte Day Wilson: 2016
Give Her Some Money: Mallibu Miitch: No Color, No Sound, Litt Music. Phase One Network, 2018

Episode 4: Shook Ones Pt. II
New Generation: The Universals: Funk45, 2006
In My Dreams: ANOHNI: Secretly Canadian, 2017
I Colori di dicembre From ‘Don’t Look Now’: The Bulgarian Symphony Orchestra: Quartet Records, 2015
You should see me in a crown: Billie Eilish: Darkroom / Interscope, 2019

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