Pandora Launches Artist-Made ‘Endless Playlist’ with Alicia Keys, Billie Eilish, and more


Pandora has introduced the Endless Playlist, where artists can share their favorite songs along with personal messages, then pass the mic to fellow artists to make their picks.

The feature gives listeners an inside look on their favorite artists and their handpicked songs. Through music they dive into the world of discovery by communicating through different taste in music. Artists like Alicia Keys, Maxwell, Snoh Aalegra, The Neighbourhood, Billie Eilish, and Arlo Parks, with more to come are in this ever-growing playlist.

How does this dynamic musical journey work? According to Pandora’s press release, it starts with an artist handpicking a song by another artist that they love, sharing a brief message explaining why the song is important to them, then handing it off to the artist they chose to do the same. The playlist operates as a musical game of tag, and will be updated with new songs and inspirational messages. Through these constant updates, fans will always have friendly banter to engage in with their favorites.

Here is how the living, growing playlist starts, and listeners can stay tuned to discover who the latest artist will pick next.

  • Alicia Keys > Maxwell’s “This Woman’s Work”
  • Maxwell > Snoh Aalegra’s “You”
  • Snoh Aalegra > The Neighbourhood’s “Sweater Weather”
  • The Neighborhood > Billie Eilish’s “My Future”
  • Billie Eilish > Arlo Parks’ “Cola”

“The Endless Playlist is the first of its kind—a living, growing and inspirational playlist filled with great music and heartfelt commentary,” said Bill Crandall, VP of Editorial Content at Pandora. “Now more than ever, we want to create a platform that connects artists and music fans in a unique and personal way. This is just the beginning, the possibilities of where this journey can lead are truly endless.”

“I love this endless game of musical tag,” said Alicia Keys. “Music is the most incredible way to connect! Can’t wait for ya’ll to vibe with us.”