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This New Channel Let’s You Listen To Christmas Songs 24/7

A new TV music channel is launching that is dedicated to Christmas bangers.

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Christmas festivities are just around the corner, including this brand-new music channel dedicated solely to Chrimbo songs.

Anyone else tired of the summer we didn’t even get to enjoy? Well, don’t fret, because cosying up with a box of chocolates during the colder months is about to get even more appealing.

A TV channel is launching this week that only plays Christmas tunes. Mariah Carey, Wham, Ariana Grande and John Legend are just a few artists to expect.

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Trace Xmas, is set to provide a ’24/7 Christmas soundtrack for the next three months,’ and can be found on Sky Channel 364.

Originally called Trace TV, the channel was ‘the first destination for the latest urban and afro-urban celebrity news, music, lifestyle, entertainment and culture.’ 

Now, Trace hopes to lift the nation’s spirits with some Christmas magic while they stay home and stay safe.

Olivier Laouchez, Co-founder, Chairman & CEO, Trace TV, said in a statement:

It’s never too early to spread the Christmas joy, and we think even the most anti-Christmas grinches will be happy to see the festivities arrive early this year. It’s been a challenging year and so we wanted to reinvent our offering and bring the very best Yuletide content to homes across the UK.

Plus, the channel isn’t just limited to jingles, it’s going to be full of exclusive content from celebs such as Ella Eyre, Anthony and Duncan from Blue, Tulisa, who will be choosing their own favourite Christmas hits.

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