Labor Day Playlist

Happy Labor Day folks!

Stop freaking out, Labor Day is not the end of summer. It maybe the last summer holiday, but we still have a few weeks left in the season. And if you live in an obnoxiously hot city like Charleston–you’ll still enjoy a few beach days in October too. Before making this playlist, I had to Google Labor Day to make sure I was on the right page with what was being celebrated. Don’t judge. I’m that person giving the side-eye to your drunk Memorial Day pictures.

Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. (U.S Dept. of Labor)

Nothing says, “You’re welcome for my hard work” like your auntie’s potato salad and old-school, reggae and hip-hop jams. I don’t know about you, but my family is always down for a good turn up–as long as there’s music…and food.

Here’s a little something to get your beach day, cookout or much needed day at home started.

Labor Day Playlist - The Palmetto Peaches -

From Stevie Wonder and Otis Redding to Fetty Wap and Future, this Labor Day playlist can start a Soul Train line or two. (Warning some of my songs are explicit, because I’m clatchet = classy ratchet.)

Hope you have a happy and safe holiday! Please bring out some other dance moves besides the Whip and Nae Nae!

Ace Siggy--The Palmetto Peaches

One Reply to “Labor Day Playlist”

  1. I’m not familiar with some of these couples. They don’t make couples like the old classics any more@

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