26 October 2012

Three Songs On My Weekend Playlist

posted by: Lydia Lists & Rankings | New Music Daily
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Guys. It’s mothafuckin Friday. Did yall hear that? Or are most of you who are reading this college kids whose Fridays come on Thursdays? Ugh, I’m jealous. Hold on to that shit forever. HOLD ON TO ITTTT. Alright, I’ll stop. I’m just getting overly excited for the fact that I can sleep in tomorrow and sing and dance all night tonight if I want to. TGIMFF!

Here’s my playlist for today. Add these songs to your playlist, k?

 1. Lil Flip – Way We Ball (Crizzly Remix)

Oh my god, what is going on? I usually can’t stand dubstep, but I’m digging this shit. Maybe because it’s a Lil Flip song, and that’s my BOY. Well, he’s not really my boy, or at least he doesn’t know that he is. But he’s from Houston, so he might as well be my boy. That’s just the way we ball.

2. Chris Malinchak – So Good To Me

Slow it down a little bit, but keep the beat rollin. Came across this song on Hype Machine and immediately fell in love. The layers on this track are incredible — seems like there’s a new one added every couple bars. But what I love most about this song is the gentleness of it all. It builds with time, but throughout remains soulful and smooth. I didn’t know about Chris Malinchak before today, but he’s an artist hailing from New Jersey, and he’s signed to the label French Express. He’s doing good things, and he’s certainly captured my attention with “So Good To Me.”

3. Coldplay – Paradise (We Plants Are Happy Plants Remix)

Again, not typically into this type of music, but shit…it’s the weekend before Halloween, so shit’s allowed to get a little weird. We Plants Are Happy Plants are also new to me, but I learned that it’s the work of one man named Peter Bergmann from Budapest. Keep this stuff coming, Peter. You’re onto something.

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