Announcing Honest Playlists on Spotify!

Announcing Honest Playlists on Spotify!

Here at Honest, we like to think our products make your life easier so you can focus on the important things, like making memories. One thing about those memories that's sure to last is the music, which is why we're happy to announce the launch of our Honest playlists on Spotify!

We've got a music mix for every moment: Suds + Songs makes a splash at bathtime, Sweet Dream Ditties gets them set for shut eye at bedtime, and a Travel Tunes playlist that goes the distance just in time for the holiday!

Listen here and hit the road:

Check out TheHonestCompany on Spotify and check in on Facebook or Twitter for your chance to help us make our mixes!


We couldn't have made this happen without the passion and picks of an Honest family just like yours. Based in Los Angeles, Honest Abby and her husband Patrick are not only music lovers, but also music creators and curators (they've surely passed that on to their daughter, Sonya, 2)! We took a time-out (the best kind) to ask them about their musical influences, their most cringe-worthy song crushes, and who would make the best karaoke partners:

If you had to go on a road trip with someone, current or historical, who would be your passenger and why? What would you listen to/sing along to in the car?

Abby: I've had so many great road trips over the years with dear friends, and I love a good car party, with everyone singing at the top of their lungs to cheesy music.  But if I had to pick just one, I'd say my grandma Annette. She was quite a rebel during her teenage years, getting her driver's license at age 14, and running away to a college across the country. We'd have to listen to some Rod Stewart, Lionel Richie and other love ballads from the 80's and 90's, because that's what I always remember hearing in her car when she picked me up from school.

Patrick: I would go with Bill Clinton (from 10-15 years ago).  I would strive to get him into Ben Folds Five as he would attempt to get me into Fleetwood Mac.  His charisma, intelligence, and deep reservoir of fascinating stories would all be gold on a long trip.

If you had to do a karaoke duet with someone, current or historical, who would be your partner and why? What would you sing?

Abby:  Dolly Parton. She's an incredible musician and seems like she would be a great collaborator and musical partner. Plus, you can just tell she'd have a great time!  Maybe we could recreate "Islands In The Stream." (And I wouldn't even mind singing Kenny Rogers' part.)

Patrick: I would pick someone historically grumpy like Nick Cave or Leonard Cohen and make them sing "Lovefool" by the Cardigans with me.

What’s one song that you still listen to from when you were a teenager?

Abby"Doo Wop (That Thing)" by Lauryn Hill.  The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill was the first CD I bought my freshman year in college. I must have listened to that album a thousand times.

Patrick: I'll let you know when Boyz II Men's "Motownphilly" STOPS rocking.

What’s one song that you can’t listen to anymore from when you were a teenager?

Abby: "Basket Case" by Green Day.  Dookie came out right when I was in junior high, right in the middle of the worst part of my Awkward Phase.  I was into grunge and punk rock like everybody else, but it symbolizes this weird time of trying too hard to fit in, and not really knowing myself.

Patrick: I used to be an Axl Rose apologist, but now when I hear a ballad like "November Rain," I start thinking, "Hmm, is it worth enduring four minutes of this just so I can hear Slash's solo?"


What's your child/children's favorite song?

Abby: To listen to: She always requests “Daddy’s Song” which is a song Patrick wrote called “Day Job.” To sing: She loves just about anything, but right now she’s very into “Five Little Ducks.”

If you could be a classic musician, who would you be?

Abby: I would love to have the smooth voice and agility of Ella FitzgeraldI’ve always (not so secretly) wanted to be a jazz performer, and collaborate with other talented musicians such as Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington, as Ella did during her lengthy career.

Patrick: Bob Marley--He approached music as a spiritual vessel, playing music for the poor and elevating the most sorrowful. He retained humility despite fame and fearlessly went against injustice wherever he saw it. And his lyrics and melodies are simple and pure, timeless and universal.

Thank you, Honest Abby and family! We look forward to making more sweet music together.

What are your favorite songs for bathtime? Bedtime? Road trips? Let us know in the comments below!


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