Ever since Snow White, the very first ever Disney Princess, advised us to "Whistle While You Work" in 1937’s Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs, other Disney princesses in various Disney animated and live-action feature films have also delivered some of the most memorable songs in cinema history.
As I constantly find myself narrating life's events to an unintentional soundtrack every month of each year, I quickly realized that others probably have as well! It's easy to connect certain songs to particular past memories. With this key notion in mind, I thought it would be fun to rank my ten most played songs from each month from least to most favorite! I will give brief summaries containing my favorite lyrics, musical dynamics, and production characteristics of each song below. If you're intrigued by any of the details listed, I also made sure to include each artist's website, social media, a direct link to the track, and whichever album/single the song was released. Since I decided to only post cover art rather than a video link, I wanted to clarify that these songs are available on all major streaming services (Apple Music, Spotify, TIDAL, Pandora, Youtube, etc.). I hope you enjoy!
While it may seem silly at first, I've found that looking into trivial things like the general taste in music for the zodiac signs has helped me to understand each one on a deeper level. I enjoy learning more about people as well as astrology as a whole, so I decided to put together some genres and moods that I think apply to the individual signs.
What is sampling? Sampling is the repurposing of music. It can be anything from a melody, to a certain way of speaking, singing, or rapping. So if you've ever been listening to a new song, and start feeling nostalgic, chances are you're recognising the song on some level.
The artists and styles of music are as varied as their tribal ceremonies and traditions. I like it all. Whether it's the sound of a lone cedar flute, or a more contemporary digitized sound, the music of Native American artists is my music of choice these days. In this hub, I will concentrate on the artists who have embraced a more contemporary sound.
As the 2010s are coming to a close and we ready to welcome in the 2020s it's time to take a look back at some of the greatest music video's from 2010 until now. We're talking iconic, we're talking weird, we're talking genius.
First of all, I apologise immediately so don't go and write a huge article about how much you hate me. Unfollow me on social media if you don't like my views, like a normal person. But, again, this in no way states how I feel about the particular artist (unless it's U2, then it does)—I'm only stating how I feel about the songs themselves. It's going to be a top ten list with possible mentions of more in between.
Classic Rock Magazine normally hits the nail right on the head, especially when it comes to choosing their favourite Beatles albums. In the past, I've found Classic Rock Magazine to be a good source for either new information concerning up and coming bands, or great articles on some older bands I listen to.
Musicals have been around for ages and are a popular genre of entertainment. Personally, I never really saw the appeal of musical films; they always seemed kind of silly to me as a kid. As I grew older though I started to see things differently—not that you get much choice when there's a freaking song stuck in your head for months!
Nu-disco's upbeat and rhythmic sound is perfect for road trips, parties, or any time you need an extra boost of optimism.
Who said that Disney songs only filled you with whimsy? Welcome to MsMojo, and today we’re counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Disney Songs to Get You Pumped."
When I think about classical horror movie music the Halloween (1978) film immediately pops into my head. Other words to describe the music i'm talking about include creepy, ambient, and apprehensive; songs that give you the goosebumps. A pop cover song, or a catchy 80s song wouldn't come to mind at first. But that's the reason why I love horror; behind the blood, guts, and gore there is also comedy, romance, mystery, and of course thriller. These are not only some of my favorite songs, but they also come from some of best horror films/games that I've seen.