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I love music. More specifically, I love all different kinds of music. Honestly, it’s been difficult for me to find… Read more What I’m Digging Now
I love music. More specifically, I love all different kinds of music. Honestly, it’s been difficult for me to find a type of music that I’m unable to enjoy in some capacity. Since my music tastes are so diverse, I want to share some songs from different genres that I’ve recently had on repeat.
Kaleo – Hot Blood
Not only is JJ Julius Son’s voice ridiculous in that it’s strong, raspy, and has the right amount of twang (even though he’s from Iceland), the beat of this song is awesome. I recommend this song heavily for running because just as you hit the 2:15 mark you get an extra boost. It’s also just an overall great song if you’re into rock with an infusion of blues, which I know I am.
Dorothy – Wicked Ones
This is keeping in line with the rock genre, but I wanted to include a stellar example of a rock band with a female lead that’s killing it. I’m finally beginning to hear Dorothy’s music incorporated into things like Levi’s ads and I doubt that it will be long before one of their songs is used in the opening credits of something similar to an HBO series.
Miley Cyrus – Younger Now
Yes or “Yaasss” if you will. I’ve always had a love/hate thing for Miley, but inside have definitely been rooting for her. I hadn’t yet heard this song until I was watching the VMA’s a couple of weeks ago. Her performance on the VMA’s was strong and overall her voice sounds amazing. The lyrics are relatable and it feels like she’s really beginning to feel confident with her talent.
Billy Joel – The Downeaster ‘Alexa’
Having just been to my first Billy Joel concert on August 30th, I definitely feel like I need to include him here. I’ve included “The Downeaster Alexa” because it’s somewhat nostalgic for me. I didn’t grow up on Long Island (my husband did), but I did grow up in St. George, ME, which is a small fishing/lobstering peninsula in Midcoast Maine. This song is very familiar for me and although I’m not from a fishing family (though I did have my lobstering stints), I feel a connection with those communities.
Kendrick Lamar – i
Naturally I’m going to send you all off with Kendrick, but I’m throwing it back a little bit with “i” off of the To Pimp A Butterfly album. Now, this song definitely has some politically charged lyrics, which aren’t the reason for me posting it, regardless of how I personally feel. I enjoy this song for two reasons: 1) the lyrics encourage you to say “I love myself” multiple times and in today’s day in age, that’s pretty awesome; 2) I realized at 2:37 that the location where some of this music video was filmed (the rooftop area) is the same as where we once had an 1800 Tequila photo shoot. This rooftop is in Skid Row and provides some pretty awesome background imagery of the DTLA skyline.
I hope you all had some fun with these songs – comment below to let me know what you think and if there are any songs you’re digging right now that I should give a listen!
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