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Music Mondays: September

I know, I know. I’m late. I totally forgot to post this last week but it’s here and it’s lacking.music mondays september

This month, I don’t have a lot of new songs to rave about. I was so excited about Sam Smith’s new album that it was on repeat for the whole month. I love him and his new song is as great as ever. Have any of you guys watch the video on Spotify? It was weird watching it! It felt like he was talking to me. I don’t know how to feel about that!

I also have to ask you to listen to the song 1-800-273-8255 by Logic. It’s a wonderful song about suicide and getting help. With the rise of suicide attempts and deaths all over the world, I encourage everyone to speak up and get help. Life is beautiful. Don’t you forget that! Logic also explains this song so beautifully. Please watch this!

Silence by Khalid is also one great song that I’ve been listening to on repeat. The song isn’t really straightforward and I really have no idea what it’s all about but Khalid’s voice got me hooked. Same goes for Taylor Swifts’ Look What You Made Me Do (read more here). I might not like or understand the lyrics but I still like these songs! 😀

I also came across this hilarious parody video of Mikey Bustos! OMG. I can’t even listen to Despacito because the parody is way better.

Lastly, the new album of The Killers has been on repeat for a while. I love The Killers and hearing new music from them gets me all excited. I hope they have an Asian Tour cause man, I’d love to see them live again!

That’s it for my September playlist! What songs have you been listening to on repeat this month? Let me know!

6 Comments

  1. I’ve been into indie OPM lately. Try listening to Jensen & The Flips ate. Pati December Avenue, Keiko Necessario, Reese Lansangan, Ben&Ben, et al HAHAHAHA. Would recommend more if nagustuhan mo.

  2. I love 1-800-273-8255 so muuuch it made me tear up :(( I love artists who do this kind of stuff, using their fame and the spotlight to talk about things that really matter. They make me believe that the world will get better eventually.

    • I love this song too. I hope more people get to listen and relate to this song.

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