Oasis: Hey Now!

Oasis has always been a guilty pleasure of mine. I really wish the Gallagher brothers would reconcile so I could see the band live. Their music was revolutionary and captivating for so many people. The band’s album “(What’s the Story) Morning Glory” is constantly on repeat as I go about my day. My favorite track from the record has got to be “Hey Now!” with its loud guitars and Liam’s catchy lyrics. Check it out.

21 Savage & Metro Boomin: No Heart

I used to a be a big proponent of true hip hop and everything it stands for but over the past few years I have learned to be more open to the different variations in hip hop. Atlanta seems to be the brewing grounds for the new school rappers who are making waves in the rap game. 21 Savage is one of those rappers with his deep and gravelly voice. His music tends to veer on the dark side and is quite gritty.

21 Savage and producer Metro Boomin recently released the EP “Savage Mode” which features the song “No Heart” which features 21 Savage rapping about fake people pretending they tough. Check it out.

Top 10 Fall Songs

With fall in full swing, I figured it is time to compile a list of some songs I go to when the autumn season arrives. Check it out.

10. Bon Iver: Skinny Love

9. Simon & Garfunkel: Homeward Bound

8. The Tallest Man on Earth: The Wild Hunt

7. Maxwell: Lifetime

6. American Football: Never Meant

5. Into It. Over It- Where Your Night Often Ends

4. Slum Village: Fall in Love

3. Moving Mountains: 8105

2. Bilal: Reminisce feat. Common & Mos Def

  1. Peter Bjorn & John: Up Against the Wall

Blood Orange: Best To You

Blood Orange’s “Freetown Sound” is one of the best albums of the year. It features many amazing female vocalists that truly make the album a rewarding listening experience. “Best To You” is the best track on the album that features Empress Of, who has such a beautiful voice that completely enfolds the track. The song has a world beat feel with its use of a xylophone and drum beats. Check it out above.