Beyoncé is top of the pops in this week’s PRplaylist
Daney Parker, Editor, PRmoment.com
The streets of London, Paris, or pretty much any world city are the source of all my inspiration and I spend about two hours walking every day – and twice as much per day when travelling and at weekends. My playlist is utterly crucial, giving me all the physical, intellectual and psychological strength I need. And yes, I bop and strut, and occasionally sing along.
Daddy Lessons – Beyoncé
Destiny's Child's magnanimous dictator does country – what's not to love? Proof that you don't need to swim in your lane.
Death of a Bachelor – Panic at the Disco
I don't usually like crooning but this sounds like a psychedelic Don Draper dream sequence. I like to dream up what the video would look like – do they still make music videos?
Hard Times – Paramore
A closet optimist, I even like my miserable lyrics delivered in a upbeat poppy style.
Magic – B.o.B
I challenge anybody to walk over London Bridge, my daily commute, listening to this and not feel like you own the city.
(You Drive Me) Crazy – The Stop Remix – Britney Spears
One of my idols and my favourite song of all the time. I will listen to it at least once a day. Don't know why I like so much – it just drives me crazy.
Playlist by Kev O’Sullivan, executive creative director at PR agency FleishmanHillard
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