2014 has been a landmark year for fans of holiday music, with all of our favorite artists working to bring us both amazing originals and covers of our favorite Christmas classics.
To celebrate this year incredible holiday music, we’ve compiled a list of eight of our favorite holiday tracks from this year. Comment and share your favorites with us at Sweety High and come back tomorrow for nine more!
Emery: “When we were in the studio, we were trying to make a Christmas song that would be something no one else had heard.”
Liam: “As far as we know, there are no songs about the naughty list.”
Laura Marano – “Last Christmas”
Laura performed a cover of Wham! ’s “Last Christmas” for Disney’s Playlist Sessions, breathing a vibrant new life into the classic. We bet you’ll love it as much as we do!
Kendall Schmidt – “Blame It On the Mistletoe”
Kendall Schmidt’s holiday single has all of the charm and cheek of the man himself. It’s sure to be on our holiday playlists for years to come!
Fifth Harmony – “All I Want For Christmas Is You”
Mariah Carey’s original “All I Want For Christmas Is You” is a tough act to follow, but with five amazing voices working together to tackle the song, the ladies of Fifth Harmony did a perfect job! It might just be our favorite version of the song yet!
Kira Kosarin – “Holiday Love”
The Thundermans star Kira Kosarin shows off her songwriting chops in her music video for “Holiday Love”! The song was inspired by her first Christmas with boyfriend Chase Austin. We can’t get enough of the acoustic guitar hook! It’s absolutely perfect for a laid back holiday.
Jordan Fisher and Sabrina Carpenter – “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)”
Teen Beach 2 actor Jordan Fisher teamed up with a few fellow Disney stars this holiday season for some heavenly holiday covers, but our favorite might just be his cover of “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” with Girl Meets World’s Sabrina Carpenter! The acoustic cover features just an acoustic guitar and the duo’s voices for a mellow singalong.
Grant Landis – “Little Drummer Boy”
Grant Landis’s “Little Drummer Boy” is atmospheric and gorgeous, really allowing the young singer’s voice to shine. Plus, the lyric video features his baby pics. What could be better?