I’ve been finding myself listening to my same playlists (which I am so tired of now, and I’ve been waiting for new music to drop! Within the genres that I typically listen to, I feel as though there hasn’t been any music dropping lately.
However, YFN Lucci just dropped an album, and it’s perfect timing! It’s spring break and I need some traveling music. I’ve been a Lucci fan since “Wish Me Well 2,” and I definitely would consider him to be one of my favorites. I like Lucci because his music is relatable. He has a very unique music style from the rest of the individuals in his genre and I appreciate that. He has radio hits like “Key to the Streets,” “Everyday We Lit,” and “Street Kings.” Lucci even has slower songs catering to the ladies like “Run It Up” and “Missing You” which are my personal favorites.
I also enjoy Lucci’s fashion sense. I like to see rappers allowing their stylist to take them outside of their comfort zone sometimes, but at the same time remain themselves. Lucci was recently been featured in a lookbook where he teamed up with the LA-based streetwear brand DOPE. Hip-hop plays a huge role in fashion, so I love seeing clothing brands collaborate with hip-hop artists! Click here to learn more of Lucci’s feature. Be sure to check out Lucci’s latest album “Ray Ray from Summerhill.” Comment below your favorite Lucci songs!
Being a lifestyle blogger I love having the ability to discuss things from my favorite fashion trends to my favorite music at the moment. I thought it’ll be a cool idea to share my playlist at the moment, so here’s to yet another addition to my blog, The Playlist. I am the type of person who puts off listening to new music because I find it a bit overwhelming, but after everyone raved about these albums I dedicated to check them out. Here is a list of seven of my favorite songs at the moment:
Get To You – A boogie wit da hoodie
Bad Girl – A boogie wit da hoodie
F*cking & Kissing – A boogie wit da hoodie
New Balance – Jhené Aiko
Sativa – Jhené Aiko
You Are Here – Jhené Aiko
Better Man – PARTYNEXTDOOR feat. Rick Ross
I love R&B music. Always have and always will. However, I am a sucker for Hip-Hop and R&B. I love when rappers can switch it up and speak on their feelings. A boogie definitely showed up and showed out with his Lauryn Hill “sample” in Get To You. I am impressed! “The Bigger Artist” is definitely a great debut album.
If anyone had to describe my music choice using one word it would definitely be “love.” And as you can see love is definitely the theme of this list. What are some of you guys favorite songs at the moment? Albums? Genres? Comment below!