Hello Beautiful People!
I can’t believe it’s almost November already. With the new month coming soon, I decided to put together a playlist for this upcoming month since I neglected to do so for October. More content will be coming from me soon, I’m still trying to find my rhythm.
Without further ado, my playlist for November.
- Stay // Elliot Root
- Sad Song // Parson Jame
- Safest Place // Echosmith
- Learn to Let Go // Kesha
- Worst In Me // Julia Michaels
- Silence (Feat. Khalid) // Marshmello
- Right Now // Nick Jonas + Robin Schulz
- There’s No Way (Feat. Julia Michaels) // Lauv
- REMEDY // Alesso
- Eastside (Feat. Halsey + Khalid) // benny blanco
- Remind Me to Forget (Feat. Miguel) // Kygo
- Enemies // Lauv
- This Feeling (Feat. Kelsea Ballerini) // The Chainsmokers
- I Miss You (Feat. Julia Michaels) // Clean Bandit
Now that the chaos of the holidays has come and gone, its time to start getting ready to countdown to the new year. Music is a huge part of my life, I constantly have something playing wherever I go. This year I felt like I found so many songs that really resonated with me this year, so I just felt it was fitting to share with you my top songs of 2017 (and yes, there is a lot of Maroon 5).
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I’ve been finding myself in moods rooting from some depression, and I find that one of the only things that makes me feel better is by finding songs that I can attach my emotions to, but keep me away from my own thoughts by distracting me with lyrics. If that made any sense to you, I have a few songs that I highly recommend. These songs have been helping me get through this rough patch. Continue reading “5 Songs That Got Me Through The Month”
These past couple months, there have been so many new singles released and some of them have pretty sick beats (bringing that phrase back, you’re welcome). So today I felt the need to shout out a few of these songs and then, I don’t know, maybe you might consider checking them out. Then we could jam together. Fun times.
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