Bloganuary Day 28.
So, I’d say that my musical taste is eclectic at best. With the range that I enjoy, you’ll find yourself up in the clouds, grounded, below sea level and stuck in a space of uncertainty.
Now that I’ve gotten that out the way, please allow me to share with you a few of my favourite songs and artistes in my ‘favourites’ playlist.
Masicka – Suicide Note
Masicka – Ultimate
Masicka – Update
Queen – Hammer to Fall
Queen – I Want To Break Free
Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody
BTS – Butter
Joyce Olong – Outta Town
Popcaan – My Type
Lxandra – Swimming Pools
FaceSoul – Grow (A Colors Encore)
Sinéad O’Connor – Nothing Compares 2U
Green Day – Boulevard of Broken Dreams
Sade – Pearls
Boyz II Men – It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday
Mali Music – Johnny and Donna
Mali Music – Heavy Love
You may or may not have heard when Bob Marley said, “Hit me with music, you feel no pain” in the hit song, Trench Town Rock.
That’s the relationship I have with music. I spoke about it briefly in my post saying I wish I could sing. Yeah. As much as I love music and consume it, I cannot sing. Such a bummer. Either way, music is therapeutic and orgasmic in one, for me. Music has unspeakable healing powers, motivational powers and ‘zone all the way out’ powers. I love music.
Writing this has got me thinking about additional songs and artistes I haven’t listened to in a while. I’m talking about Sade, Brian McKnight, Green Day, Backstreet Boys, Spice Girls, Sam Cooke, Tupac, Alanis Morissette and a few more. Let’s just say that I’m about to do a head dive into this musical rabbit hole.
How does music make you feel and what are some of the tracks or who are some of the musicians that you have on a playlist?
*I’d also like to state that the videos I’ve embedded are purely for entertainment purposes only. It’s me sharing the work of some of my favourite artistes. Legal gods with fairy dust…please I beg you. Don’t penalise me or my blog for sharing the works.
Signed with love,
The Suburban Girl JA