By Kevin Leahy • June 16, 2021

    GRAVYTY Productivity Power Hour on Spotify Mix #15 - Juneteenth

    Our philosophy here at Gravyty is to meet the moment. That means we rise to the challenge to accomplish our goals and empower others to do the same. This doesn't happen without meaningful focus and a positive attitude. That's why we're charged up to announce our latest creation, the Gravyty Productivity Power Hour on Spotify. 

    Today, we're introducing you to Mix #15. This week's playlist's theme is Juneteenth. Music has historically been such an influential part of the Black experience in American life and we want to take this week to celebrate the contributions of Black artists. Their influence extends beyond the albums they produced - the music industry as a whole would be incomplete without the foundation that these artists laid down. This playlist comes from Customer Success Manager, Ashanti Jackson, and gives you a taste of what Black artists have contributed to American culture. To paint the full picture, we would need a whole lot more than just an hour. But in the meantime, we hope this list will motivate you for the next hour to help you do the best work of your life. 


    Love it? Hate it? Want to tell us what we should add? Let us know! We are dropping a new playlist every Wednesday and will even let you play guest DJ for the week. Whether your taste is eclectic, acquired, Top 40, classical, electronic, hip-hop, or straight rock – we have room for you.

    We hope that the positive vibes that we put into curating this playlist are contagious and help you meet the moment and inspire supporters, donors, and prospects, alike. LET'S GO!

    Full Playlist Includes:

    • Voodoo Chile - Jimi Hendrix
    •  Lovely Day - Bill Withers
    • Let's Groove - Earth, Wind & Fire
    • Brown Skin - India.Arie
    • What Going On? - Marvin Gaye
    • Never Too Much - Luther Vandross
    • I'm Coming Out - Dianna Ross
    • Redbone - Childish Gambino
    • I'm Black and I'm Proud - James Brown
    • Drift Away - Dobie Gray
    • When Doves Cry - Prince
    • Superstition - Stevie Wonder
    • Turn Your Lights Down Low - Lauryn Hill and Bob Marley
    • Brown Skin Girl - Beyonce
    • Lady Marmalade - Patti LaBelle

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