Curious about Auntie Julie’s favorite songs?
Look no further. A playlist on streaming service Spotify compiles all the songs Macoy Dubs’ funny yet progressive tita persona likely listen to.
Simply named Auntie Julie’s Playlist, along with a cover photo of the online famous tita with her pearl earrings and necklaces, the list includes hit tracks from the ’80s and the ’90s such as Earth, Wind, and Fire’s “September,” Madonna’s “Material Girl,” Diana Ross’ “I’m Coming Out,” Donna Summer’s “Last Dance,” ABBA’s Dancing Queen, Chaka Khan’s I’m Every Woman, among others.
In an Instagram story, Macoy seems to approve of the playlist, sharing the discovery to his followers and even asking who created it. Only a certain Marielle Ponce is indicated as its creator.
If Auntie Julie may make a suggestion, though, Macoy said she would like to add songs from one particular artist to the playlist.
“Sad there’s no Teri de Sario,” he wrote in his IG story, referring to the American singer famous for the classic hits”It Takes a Man and a Woman” and “Fallin’.” “Pero thank you!”
Listen to the full playlist here:
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