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Gwen Stefani’s new Christmas duet is an instant classic


Stefani wrote six original Christmas tunes.

Gwen Stefani’s fourth studio album is her first with a Christmas theme. The title song from the work, “You Make It Feel Like Christmas,” is a lively duet between Stefani and country singer Blake Shelton. This original holiday tune is bound to become a classic, to be played along side “Baby It’s Cold Outside” and “Little Drummer Boy” as immortalized by Bing Crosby and David Bowie.

Gwen really went all out with her Christmas endeavors. Many artists would just pick their favorite carols and add their signature flair, but no less than of six of the 12 tracks are original Christmas songs, written by Stefani. “My Gift Is You” is a tender track with a really catchy hook and “Christmas Eve” is a deeply spiritual song about feeling lost the night before Christmas.

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Song: You Make It Feel Like Christmas | Singer: Gwen Stefani

Gwen Stefani

Name: Gwen Stefani

Hometown: Fullerton, CA

Latest Album: You Make It Feel Like Christmas (2017)

Fun Fact: Gwen Stefani is an American singer-songwriter who was the co-founder and lead singer of the popular band No Doubt. In 2004, during the band's hiatus, Stefani launched her solo career, with her debut album, Love. Angel. Music. Baby. Her solo act has become incredibly popular, selling 30 million records world wide. No Doubt has sold 33 million.


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Twitter: @gwenstefani
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