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Music Monday: Our favorite 2021 songs – Axios

Nashville singer-songwriter Mickey Guyton. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

For this week’s Music Monday, Adam and Nate each picked their 12 favorite songs of 2021.

  • Nate’s top favorite from 2021 is “Long Distanced Conjoined Twins” by Home Is Where, while Adam’s is “Renegade” by Big Red Machine featuring Taylor Swift.
  • The playlist alternates among all their favorites.

? Please send us your favorite songs of the year by emailing [email protected] and we’ll feature them in our first playlist of 2022!

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