Winter is coming. SO I’ve got some music to help ya with those sweater weather vibes.
Let’s Hurt Tonight by OneRepublic // A highlight off their latest record, the track is one stadium anthem from start to finish. The band killed it during this year’s Apple Music Festival and totally deserve more credit than they have earned.
Water Flow by Klyne // The pitter-patter of the beat layered with keyboard synths makes this the song first on my running playlist. Is it a huge EDM, festival-ready banger? Not really. However, Klyne takes you cruising through the sunset.
Vibe by JoJo // To be honest, I missed JoJo a lot. Seeing her take back her career over the past year has been pure inspiration. Her return album, Mad Love, received positive reviews across the board and the song is a dance-floor smash, ready for a J-Lo collab.
A-YO by Lady Gaga // Her SNL performance of this one was CRAZY good. The track will have you rock and rolling all the way home. She’s “smokin’ em all.” Pink cowboy hat and all.
Washington Square Park by Tor Miller // Miller is one TALENTED dude. From the triumphant last chorus to the strings infusion on the bridge, Miller’s heartfelt vocals capture his talent. He’s one to watch.
The Middle by Wet // Their debut album, will most likely end up on my top 10 album list of 2016 and their latest singles extend upon their magic. Almost a fusion between London Grammar and The Xx, Wet is something else. Completely mesmerizing and wonderful in every way.
Imaginary Friend by Tove Lo // She’s no one hit wonder. Although “Habits” is still one of my favorite songs of all time, her sophomore LP, Lady Wood is great. With more cohesion than her first release, Tove Lo takes what she learned on tour to the studio. The track is a soaring pop record, ready for Coachella.
Precious by Kevin Garrett // I’ve seen him open for X Ambassadors, Skylar Grey, Alessia Cara and in the festival circuit. He’s written for Beyoncé (Pray You Catch Me) and has been seen working with Katy Perry on her upcoming LP. He’s pure talent and “Precious” is a full five stars.
Love Me Now by John Legend // I. CAN’T. WAIT. FOR. HIS. NEW. ALBUM. The first single is great. Here you go world. It’s wicked good. It’s like a grown-up “All of Me” without the sadness or tears.
Holy War by Alicia Keys // I could actually listen to Keys’ The Element of Freedom and never get bored everyday for the rest of time. Her newest record, Here, dropped last week and this track beautifully closes out her album.
Hear the SONG list: november on Apple Music.