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Mickey Guyton's roséwave playlist features Destiny's Child, Maren Morris, India.Arie and Tenille Townes. Bonnie Nichoalds/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Mickey Guyton's roséwave playlist features Destiny's Child, Maren Morris, India.Arie and Tenille Townes.

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Editor's note: How could we not ask Mickey Guyton — country singer-songwriter behind "Rosé," the roséwave anthem — to make us a playlist for NPR Music's summertime series? Guyton's new album, Remember Her Name, is out Sept. 24.

When I wrote "Rosé" a few years ago, I wanted to write a drinking song for women. I imagine listening to this playlist with my girlfriends, sipping rosé and holding on tightly to the last days of summer. So many amazing women have influenced me and as I am about to release my first album – Remember Her Name – I wanted to celebrate a few of these incredible women. Turn it up, hug your girlfriends and enjoy!


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