songs for your playlist // 005

Do you restrict your music consumption by genre? People often say they “hate” country. In my opinion, not all country sounds the same. Some of the new country music sounds similar to country music released decades ago but on the other hand, a lot of the new country music has a lot of pop and rock influences.

How about music consumption, do you restrict your music consumption by listening device? I listen to music in the car both on the radio and using Bluetooth while streaming. I listen on my iPhone and from my computer; either using Spotify or YouTube. As I was growing up cassette players and then CD walkmen were the cool thing to have. I even had a mp3 player that held a whopping 15 songs at once. I also like CDs still. I don’t have a record player or any vinyl – but I wouldn’t say I limit my music consumption to one device.

I’ve always been really receptive to new music. In this post, I share some more tracks from a variety of genres (mostly pop, let’s be serious). Take a listen and hopefully you will find a least one song to add to your playlist!

1. What Ifs – Kane Brown ft. Lauren Alaina

2. Bodak Yellow  – Cardi B

3. Too Good At Goodbyes – Sam Smith

4. Good Ole Days – Macklemore ft. Kesha

5. …Ready For It?  – Taylor Swift

6. Get Low – Zedd ft. Liam Payne

All of the links above direct to YouTube videos. This way you can see the visuals and listen to the tracks. I love to see music videos so I am thinking maybe I will start to embed the videos into the blog post moving forward. If you would like to see the music videos on instead of having to click away from the blog, let me know! Be sure to check out boy who blogs on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!

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