Kate Marlys is the fierce and fabulous Founder of Philly PR Girl, a company that specializes in publicizing high profile events, brands, and businesses in the region. Since diving headfirst into the world of entrepreneurship in 2012, Kate has worked with a range of clients both on a local and national level in health, fashion, beauty, and the non-profit sector.
Kate has her finger on the pulse of so many industries so we had to ask her to make a playlist for us!
Here are her top 10 picks:
Kate says: “This is my favorite song at the moment! Plus, ROZES was born and raised in Philly so I’m a little bias about the 23-year-old. The video is really cool too, I love it!”
Kate says: “For those of you that know me, you already know I love G. Love. But, you also know, I’m not going back to Jersey!”
Kate says: “I am so incredibly happy that Gwen Stefani is back and killing it. I am obsessed with this video and the song. So real.”
Kate says: “Kygo is our go to Pandora station in the office. This song, and all of his music, just makes me want to dance.”
Kate says: “This is my favorite song on her new album! It’s so different and upbeat, and not typical Adele. I’m obsessed.”
Kate says: “This song has been a favorite of mine for years. I’m usually the first one on the dance floor at weddings dancing to this song! It’s such a classic!”
Kate says: “Ok, ok, I know it’s Kanye, but I could listen to the Graduation album everyday, all day. I love this entire album, but there is something about when this song comes on that gets to me and I love it.”
Kate says: “Did you know I love country? Well, my first love in country music is, and always will be, Tim McGraw. This song is so heartfelt and about the former Phillies pitcher, and Tim’s dad, Tug McGraw!”
Kate says: “So, we all may have no idea what the lyrics are, but I am obsessed with this song. We always have it on in the office and it gets stuck in your head for days.”
Kate says: “March is Women’s History Month, so this song is perfect to play all month. There is so much girl strength and empowerment in this song and it gets me so proud to be a woman. Who run the world? Girls.”