By Nicole Ng

GRAZIA Radar: Ann Nicole Ng Shares Her Favourite Playlist Of All Time

Tune in to the earworms the local TV host, radio DJ and fragrance aficionado has on repeat

Silver Springs (Live, 1997) by Fleetwood Mac

“This is my favourite version of the song, which is about female rage (in the best way possible) post‑breakup and the persistence of holding on to that. Yet, it carries a sense of acceptance, almost resignation, and I adore that dichotomy. Stevie Nicks’s voice ages like fine wine.”

If I Could Change Your Mind by HAIM

“Haim is possibly the only band I’d pay big money to see live in concert. This song hits the spot whenever I just feel like dancing and grooving. The 1980s‑inspired beats are addictive and the song is one of my most played for the past seven years.”

Keep On Loving You by REO Speedwagon

“This is the ultimate sad love song. The backstory is about the frontman’s wife and her infidelity, along with his desire to stay with her; painfully beautiful. Lyrics aside, the melody sounds like romance. I can imagine slow dancing to this with my partner.”

illa illa by B.I

“B.I is my favourite South Korean artiste, and possibly the only one I’m loyal to. This was his first full‑fledged single after his hiatus, and it’s all about redemption and recovery. I love listening to this while running; it makes me feel alive.”

Hold The Girl by Rina Sawayama

“Rina Sawayama is so underrated! This is my favourite song of hers, as it captures the healing and protection of our inner child. Whenever I feel anxious or nervous, I put on this song, and it has the magical effect of calming me down and giving me courage.” 

DNA by Kendrick Lamar

“I started heavy lifting this year and this is my current top hype song. The beat switch in the middle is sick and reminds me that during workouts, it’s mind over matter. Kendrick Lamar is one of my favourite rap lyricists.”