Music lovers, listen up. Some of your favorite artists have come up with new tunes to ring in the holidays. Below is a list of new albums and covers of Christmas songs from Camila Cabello, Lizzo, Dolly Parton and more.

Lizzo - 'Someday at Christmas'

Lizzo succeeded in doing a striking cover of Stevie Wonder's 1966 hit "Someday at Christmas" which she recorded for Amazon's Music Festive 2022 compilation.

"I chose to cover 'Someday at Christmas' not just because it's a classic, but because it's a reminder to us that almost 60 years later, we are still fighting for peace, compassion, and equality," Lizzo said about the song. "A friendly reminder to spread love and kindness this holiday season."

Camila Cabello - 'I'll Be Home for Christmas'

Christmas seems to be the season for covers and Camila Cabello could not let the opportunity pass without contributing her own cover of "I'll Be Home For Christmas." The track is now available on all streaming platforms.

Backstreet Boys – 'A Very Backstreet Christmas'

The Backstreet Boys chose to be generous this season and gifted their fans not just with a song but with a whole holiday album.

Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, AJ McLean, and cousins Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson also dropped a new episode for their Youtube series "A Very Backstreet Christmas" on Wednesday. The new vlog features members of the boyband revealing the most memorable gifts they received when they were young.

Dolly Parton – 'A Holly Dolly Christmas Ultimate Deluxe Edition'

Country music superstar Dolly Parton also joined in the fun and released a new album "A Holly Dolly Christmas Ultimate Deluxe Edition." This new release is an expansion of her 2020 album but with 8 new songs written mostly by Parton. It includes a duet with Rod Stewart titled, "Baby, It's Cold Outside."

Elizabeth Chan – '12 Months of Christmas'

Elizabeth Chan always comes up with new tunes for her fans during this festive season. This year is no different with the release of her new album, "12 Months of Christmas." The album includes a mellow track of the same name and an upbeat tune, "Merry, Merry" which is fit for Christmas parties.

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One holiday song won’t be hitting the airwaves this year.  Islem Benzegouta/Pixabay