Music is Life: My Spotify Top 10 Artists & Songs
Music is life for me! As a woman of Caribbean descent, music is engraved into my culture, mind, and body. I remember as a kid in South America, Guyana, every time I heard steel drums playing, Dancehall Reggae, and Soca music my body would come alive. I was in place outside of my body, I can dance for hours and not be tired.
At birthdays parties, I was the one who was called to compete in dance competitions. And guessed who came in first, ME! When I say I love to dance, I truly mean it. Sometimes I tell myself I should have been a professional dancer who competed in ballroom dancing and everything else. Maybe I will in another life.
During my teenage years, my parents held lots of house parties and they were a blast. Great music and food until four in the morning. Wow, lots of great memories and that is what I want for my kids as they reflect on life as adults.
My siblings and I grew up to music playing every day and to this day we all love to bust a wine! Music is on in my house in the shower, when I get dress, watching dishes, relaxing, dancing with my kids, and when I lay down. I use it to get me through hard times like my divorce.
I love to listen to my music with no interruption and that is why I pay the Spotify premium which is $9.99 per month. I get to select all Genres, I can select music base on my mood so I say it is worth the price.
There are many artists who I love to listen to, but I notice that I go back to certain artists especially when I am connected to the words. Here are my top 10 songs and artists who I enjoy listening to Spotify.
- Trey Songz- Slow Motion
- Trey Songz- # 1 Fan
- Beyoncé- 1+1
- Dvsn- Too Deep
- E.R- Focus
- E.R-Every Kind Of Way
- Tank- You Don’t Know (Feat. Wale)
- Jessie J- Flash Light
- Jessie-Not My Ex
If you love music like me, go on and create your playlist and dance. It does not matter where I am, when I hear great music I start to move.
Question: What is your song that you can listen to anytime?
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