Having recently purchased Spotify premium I cannot imagine leaving for work without my headphones now, especially being able to create your own playlists that can be listened to offline! It’s genius.
So here are a few of my favourite songs/artists!.
Now I have always been a big Sia fan I remember completely falling in love with her song ‘Breathe Me’ way back in the day. It’s fair to say many a dance has been choreographed to that in my head. So I thought it would only be right to show you latest song I’m obsessed with.
It’s called Fire meet Gasoline and I just love it, there’s something so unique about it that I just adore.I listen to this song constantly on my way home from work, something about how fragmented it is at the start lures me into listening to it repetstivly. All together her 1000 forms of fear album is amazing! With both Chandelier and Elastic Heart already successfull in our charts I can’t wait to see what her next release will be. I do however secretly hope it’s not Fire meet Gasoline, I just enjoy it too much to hear every human on the planet give me their acoustic rendition of it on Facebook.
2: Bruno Mars
I have never been a Bruno Mars fan (I know that’s hard for some of you to believe) until Uptown Funk. This is one song guaranteed that will make me smile after a long shift at work! I love everything about it. Such a fool good song. Round of applause for you Bruno.
3. Jessie J
I downloaded Sweet Talker by Jessie j as soon as it became available but recent my love for Masterpiece/Get Away has over taken the very popular Bang Bang. I always prefer her more heartfelt songs, her voice is incredible. Yet something magical happens when she sings songs that she layers emotion on top of. It pulls at my heart strings in a way that I can admire. Any song that can draw emotion from me I love and these two just became the top of that list for me.
4. Scott Bradlee and Postmodern Jukebox.
ARE YOU KIDDING ME? Is all I can say about these guys. The talent is overwhelming. Every single arrangement is astounding. Break Free and Anaconda are particularly impressive. So much so that I find myself singing these versions more than I do the original. I only wish I could be half as creative, inspiring, technically perfect and passionate as these guys. Seriously if I haven’t already plugged them enough and you still need some encouragement : Go listen to them right away! I seriously need to get some tickets for their London concert.