1. Gods and Monsters by Jessica Lange (Originally by Lana Del Rey)
Little Mix not only knows how to perform with some of the best choreography on stage (and killing it at the same time), but their songs will also make you want to dance to them. They have a lot of songs that put you in a good mood, empower you and make you want to dance. There is a Little Mix song for every kind of playlist; songs for empowerment, a breakup, or for when you feel sad. But this list is about songs that you should put into your dance and party playlist to get yourself, and your guests moving to the beat.
In preparation for the now cancelled SXSW 2020 Festival, Tribe Mafia’s debut LP Teepee Gang features a wide array of sounds ranging from Hip-Hop, Rap, and even Dancehall. The group explores distinct melodies, sharp lyricism, and vibrant sounds to create a collective of songs that their fans can enjoy, especially during this trying time of the virus.
Music is a wonderful thing. I, for one, am very pan-genre when it comes to my music taste. However, I cannot stand country music. More specifically, modern day country music. I've always felt like country music culture was very weird, I'll get into why very soon, but there's something interesting that I'd like to point out. Throughout my years of living, there's been multiple times where I'd voice my anti-country music thoughts to a close friend that I felt like I could trust. I'd be both surprised and delighted when they'd actually completely agree with me, just to then catch them listening to country music sometime later! While trying not to show my disgust, I'd confront them only to hear them finally confess that they were actually secret country music lovers. I wish this had just been a one time scenario I found myself in. It seems as though many country lovers are ashamed of the fact that they actually enjoy country music, to the point be where they'll even pretend to be anti-country music, which says a lot.
I normally start with a brief background on the featured artist or band. However, Funky Pythons' Q and A session was so good, I'm going to cut to the chase ... Funky Pythons have a new song "Bin Diving Queens". Enjoy.
JIMI JEFFREY SLIGHT RETURN
I wonder how long it's going to take for the world to turn on Justin Randall Timberlake the way I did so many years ago. It seems like everyone is just under his spell, still captivated by his boyish good looks and his so-called talent. Well, I may be unpopular for saying this but I do not agree with anyone who says Justin Timberlake is talented or even a good interesting celebrity or person. If I must stand alone with these beliefs then stand alone I shall. Justin Timberlake never has and never will bring sexy back. This man is so entitled and mediocre that I literally cannot wrap my head around it, and I also can't wrap my head around the fact that people actually like him, they like his music, they like his persona, they enjoy watching his interviews, they send his songs shooting to number one AND he got asked to perform at the halftime Superbowl show 2 years ago, something that is only given to legends and superstars of the music industry. How can people think Timberlake is talented when he can barely carry a tune and he has never brought any creativity or long-lasting music to the world, he can’t even write his own songs! But above all else how can people actually support him after everything he has done to his fellow musicians? Appalling simply appalling, I am of course talking about his many clashes with none other than his ex-girlfriend Britney Spears, Janet Jackson, Prince, and NSYNC, amongst others of course.
A few years back, there was a song and dance craze that seemed to be everywhere. Perhaps you’ve heard of it? It’s called “Gangnam Style,” it’s by an artist called Psy, and chances are that you’ve heard it at least once. It was but a taste of an entire genre from a country in East Asia.