Prom Night Sequel Captures Songs From The Big Dance For Classes 1995-2022
OAKLAND, CA., May 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, pandora unveiled prom nightits largest suite of stations yet, all in celebration of the 2022 prom season. From TLC’s “Cascades” to Harry Styles’ “As It Was,” Pandora’s twenty-eight new stations capture songs from the big dance for classes from 1995 to 2022.
A time capsule of the hottest hits gracing high school dance floors across the country, Pandora’s Prom Night brings the best tracks from 1995 to 2022 to every level of its streaming service, including its free tier. Each year’s station is neatly curated on various annual charts, including Pandora’s year-end lists and several external lists spanning all genres.
The suite of stations spans twenty-eight years of classes, beginning with the class of 1995 and Montell Jordan saying “This is how we do it” on prom night: 1995. * NSYNC and Destiny’s Child dominate the turn of the century on prom night: 2000, and Katy Perry and Usher are crowned prom queen and king on prom night: 2010. The class of 2021 gets their “driver’s license” from Olivia Rodrigue on Prom Night: 2021, before this year’s graduating seniors go up “First Class” with Jack Harlow the evening of the ball: 2022.
“No matter how long you’ve been to your prom, all it takes to bring you back to that special moment is a song,” said Kevin Stapleford, vice president of content and programming at Pandora. “Each of these stations has been carefully researched by our curators who have unearthed the greatest prom season songs for every year since 1995 to create the ultimate prom celebration for every class. Our suite of prom stations – the most so many new stations that we’ve launched in a single day – will make you feel like you’re back at the big ball.”
The sequel Pandora’s Prom Night celebrates nostalgic high school memories from the first day of freshman year until the final exam rings in pomp and circumstance. A stroll down memory lane for graduates of today and yesterday, the twenty-eight stations commemorate the last dance of the elders.
Discover all Pandora Prom Night stations HERE (desk)
Discover all Pandora Prom Night stations HERE (portable)
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