Good Clean Fun 2018 Spotify Playlist (Guest Post)


Good Clean Fun 2018

What’s the first thing students encounter when they come to your event? The music that you’re playing. The problem – finding good music that’s not explicit.

So here’s a Good Clean Fun Spotify playlist.

Full of upbeat, fun songs that are clean and that appeal to an ethnically diverse college student audience.

It’s a mix of Christian rap, dance, popular music, indie rock, and a handful of songs in Spanish. I double checked lyrics for all of them (even the Spanish songs!) and there’s no sexual stuff, cussing (there are some songs labeled explicit, but I assure you they are clean; sometimes whole albums are labeled explicit while individual songs are fine), no taking the Lord’s name in vain (i.e. – “oh my g__d”; I’m looking at you Taylor Swift – Shake it Off), etc.

We use this playlist at our Cru (Fort Worth) Winter Conference, Cookouts, and Weekly Meetings.

Play them in order, just hit shuffle, or drag songs over to new playlists you are making.

Within Spotify, click “Follow” to add it to your sidebar of playlists.

Would love to hear if you have upbeat, clean songs that you like that didn’t make the list!

Guest Post by Tim Casteel

Tim has been on staff with Cru for twenty years and leads the Cru movement at the University of Arkansas. He and his wife, Mandy have five kids.

Tim loves discovering new ideas and sharing strategies that work. Tim is passionate about sharing ideas and resources for college ministry on his blog – TimCasteel.com

Tim is an avid fan of books, indie music, college football, and cookie dough.

Also follow Tim on Twitter (@TimCasteel), Workplace, or Facebook.

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