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On My iPOD: Alia Shawkat

The cousin-lust object of ''Arrested Development'' fame — hey, Maeby! — is now all grown up at 24, and costarring in the Aubrey Plaza raunch-com ''The To Do List,'' out now; Go (coco)nuts over her current playlist

Kanye West, ”Black Skinhead”
”Such a jam, I can’t stop dancing to it. I’m really into Kanye. I don’t read into his words so much, just let it wash over me. He always pulls from a lot of good people: Bon Iver, Daft Punk…He’s got good taste!”

Sonny & The Sunsets, ”Dark Corners”
”It’s off this record called Antenna to the Afterworld. That whole record’s super-rad. It’s pretty soft, so it’s good for when I’m feeling a little like I want to chill out.”

DJ Khaled Feat. Drake, Lil Wayne, and Rick Ross, ”No New Friends”
”I’m just discovering Drake. He’s really big. [Laughs] He even says everyone’s talking about him in his songs. I’m doing the full Drake right now: Take Care, Thank Me Later.

Phil Collins, ”You’ll Be In My Heart”
”I do love the Disney soundtracks. This one is the theme from Tarzan. There’s an *NSYNC song on it too, where they’re like, ‘Trashin’ up the camp!’ [Makes scat noises] Justin Timberlake, so young!”

Harry Nilsson, ”Coconut”
”This song always makes me feel good. I think it’s funny storytelling. I like the line ‘You put the lime in the coconut/She drank them both up.’ I really like limes and I really like coconuts. Coconuts are hydrating and good for you.”

Beyoncé, ”Love On Top” and ”Party”
”Beyoncé really knows how to hop inside of you and bring you out. I really like poppy hip-hop. I’m into dancing, and those songs off her last record get me going the most.”