The ‘Euphoria’ playlist will keep you busy until season 2 drops

Even better? The 'Euphoria' playlist includes an original song from none other than Zendaya herself

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Missing Rue and Kat and Jules and the whole gang? The Euphoria playlist will fill the void until the sophomore season is available for streaming in 2022. 

Zendaya’s raw portrayal of a teen struggling with addiction has captivated many viewers, and everyone’s curious to see how things will unfold for the troubled protagonist. Before we’re reunited with Rue Bennett and the rest of the cast, let’s take a look back at the music that contributed to the show’s emotional nature. 

From Lorde to Maluma, Rosalia to Billie Eilish, the series features many popular artists and likely a few of your Spotify Wrapped picks. Perhaps what stands out the most, however, is the original score from Labrinth, a British musician who is known for a smorgasbord of sound.

While in conversation with Zendaya for Interview, the two touched on the trippy tracks that seem to blur the lines in terms of genres.

“I’ve never experienced music that fit something so well,” Zendaya confessed. Even now when I listen to the Euphoria soundtrack, it’s such an emotional experience. There’s songs I have to skip because it’s too much.”

The actress even collaborates with Labrinth for the series’ main song, “All for One,” and if she decided to switch into the music biz full-time, no one would be surprised. Between Zendaya’s outfits, powerful acting roles, sweet disposition and singing capabilities, it seems the 25-year-old can do no wrong in fans’ eyes.

Ready to see what else is on the Euphoria playlist? Hope your phone is fully charged—there is about seven hours' worth of music in the debut season alone!

Spotify graciously uncovered the 130+ songs of season one and put it into a playlist titled, “Official Euphoria playlist (HBO).” A sampling of the season's best songs is also available on Amazon. Billboard uncovered all of the tracks by episode, which are listed below. 

The 'Euphoria' playlist: songs to stream now


“Hold Up” – Beyoncé
“Can’t Get Used To Losing You” – Andy Williams
“The Only South I Know” – Kofa
“Getcha Weight Up Feat. Big Yae” – Rockstar JT
“Brighter Tomorrow” – Soul Swingers
“Once Again” – Stratus
“Beckham” – Yung Baby Tate
“Home” – Audri and Aaron
“I’m Gone” – Jozzy ft Tommy Genesis
“Narcos” – Migos
“Feelings” – Lil Dude
“What To Say” – Leo Soul
“Secrets” – Hass Irv
“GOAT” – Kenny Mason
“Cocky AF” – Megan Thee Stallion
“2 True” – Nesha Nycee
“I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times)” – Jamie XX
“New Level” – A$AP Ferg
“Motivation” – Sam Austins
“Pusha” – JAG
“Billy Boy” – $not
“Run Cried The Crawling” – Agnes Obel
“Snow Flake” – Jim Reeves 


“Stuntin’ Like My Daddy” – Lil Wayne & Birdman
“All For Us” – Labrinth
“Mount Everest” – Labrinth
“Pusha” – JAG
“Release The Hounds” – Jarina De Marco
“Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)” – Bobby Womack
“Goh (feat. KLP)” – What So Not & Skrillex
“dead yet” – gabriel black & phem
“Étude de Concert No.3 in D-Flat Major, S.144 Un Sospiro” – Franz Liszt
“Even The Nights Are Better” – Air Supply 


“All For Us” – Labrinth
“Nonstop” – Drake
“Work” – Charlotte Day Wilson
“OKOKOK” – Jaira Burns
“Smooth Up In Ya” – Bulletboys
“Bangville” – Fredo Bang
“Champagne Coast” – Blood Orange
“Good While It Lasted” – Old Man Canyon
“Taking Responsibility” – Kilo Kish
“Juicy” – Doja Cat
“The Purge” – Scarlxrd
“KenPark (SosMula Solo)” – City Morgue, SosMula, Sickboyrari
“Drop Top” – Swagger Rite ft Yella Beezy
“A Prince” – Jorja Smith ft. Maverick Sabre
“Love Me Right” – Amber Mark
“It’s Over Now” – The Years
“Swamp” – Futuro Pelo
“Dancing With Your Ghost” – Sasha Sloan
“Give Her Some Money” – Maliibu Miitch
“Gepetto” – Jacquie
“Hell No” – Von Sell


“New Generation” – The Universals
“In My Dreams” – ANOHNI
“Mount Everest” – Labrinth
“I Colori Di Dicembre (Laura’s Theme)” [from the film Don’t Look Now] – Pino Donaggio
“John’s Theme (Flashbacks)” [from the film Don’t Look Now] – Pino Donaggio


“Lucky Star” – Madonna
“Malamente – Cap 1: Augurio” – Rosalía
“Werkin’ Girls” – Angel Haze
“you should see me in a crown” – Billie Eilish
“So Icy Princess Intro” – Asian Doll
“Run The Road” – Santigold
“Fabric” – cupcakKe
“Same Girl” – Randy Newman 

“Gallows” – CocoRosie


“I Only Have Eyes For You” – The Flamingos
“All for Us” – Labrinth
“Professor Finessor” – Bali Baby
“The Turk” – Pigeon Hole
“Tempo” – Lizzo ft. Missy Elliott
“Bubblin” – Anderson.Paak
“Chain” – Lolo Zouaï (unreleased)
“Dope House” – Black Oshin
“151 Rum” – JID
“Body Baby” – xanprincess
“Just Me and You” – The Dreamliners
“Inside Looking Out” – The Animals
“Love Surrounds You” – Ramsey
“Fell In Love” – Victoria J x Dre Nello
“Smalltown Boy” – Bronski Beat
“Hot” – DODGR


“Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind This Time)” – The Delfonics
“Eli’s Comin’” – Three Dog Night
“Mister Sandman” – The Chordettes
“Frutas” – Vel The Wonder
“Be Minez” – Amandla Stenberg
“Ready Set Go” – Saint
“Reverie” – Arca
“I’m Not In Love” – Kelsey Lu
“Every Single Night” – Fiona Apple


“Stay Flo” – Solange
“Rhythm Of The Night” – DeBarge
“Dancin” – Kash Doll
“Mi Gente” – J Balvin, Willy William
“Queen Of This Shit” – Quay Dash
“Blow The Whistle” – Too Short
“Euphoria” – BTS
“Dangerous (Oliver Remix)” – Big Data
“911” – GRIP
“My Body Is A Cage” – Arcade Fire
“Loner” – Kali Uchis
“A Song For You” – Donny Hathaway
“All For Us” – Labrinth


(Image credit: Alamy Stock Photos:Eddy Chen-HBO / The Hollywood Archive)

When does season two of 'Euphoria' come out?

Catch Rue's new adventures beginning on Sunday, January 9, 2022 on HBO Max. 

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