January Playlist 2018

     Ah the playlist, one of my favorite posts each month!  Today’s playlist is my first of 2018, so I made sure to make it count.  A few of my absolute favorites that I can’t recommend enough are “Life” (so good, seriously so relatable and inspiring), “Exchange” (which I can’t believe it took me two years to come across), and “Someone That You Love.”  I’m also currently experiencing a major obsession with Khalid, as you’ll see his name makes several appearances in the playlist.  I hope y’all love this playlist as much as I do!  Enjoy!


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Life // Thunder / Young Dumb & Broke // Hung Up // All The Stars // Why Don’t You Come On // Garden (Say It Like Dat) // Someone That You Love // Never Let You Go // Exchange // Ain’t That Why // Coffee // Electric (R3hab Remix) // She Sets the City on Fire (Acoustic) // Late Night // Sleeping On My Own

Thanks for reading!

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December Playlist 2017

     I can’t believe how close we’re getting to Christmas!  With school, extracurriculars, and work I’ve found it so hard to sit down and write posts for my Christmas series this year, but I’m trying to cram a few more posts in during these last days! Today’s Christmas-themed post is my December playlist.  Personally, as much as I love the Christmas season and its candles-and-twinkle-lights ambiance, I have a hard time listening to Christmas music on repeat all month (I know, I know, super unpopular opinion these days).  However, I’ve recently come across a few Christmas tunes that sound enough like things I typically listen to that I actually want to listen to them.  This year I’ve been listening to Cappa’s rendition of “All I Want For Christmas Is You” (it’s so good you won’t believe it), “Christmas This Year” by Tobymac featuring Leigh Nash, Snoop Dogg and Anna Kendrick’s “Winter Wonderland / Here Comes Santa Claus” compilation from Pitch Perfect 2, and Taylor Swift’s 2007 take on “Last Christmas.”  This playlist is also filled with plenty of non-seasonal songs that I’ve been loving recently, especially “Mine” by Bazzi, “Remember That Night (SAINT WKND Remix)” by Grouplove, and “Both Of Us” by Yellow Claw featuring STORi.  I hope you love these songs as much as I do!  Enjoy!

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All I Want For Christmas Is You // Mine // Both Of Us // Christmas This Year // Feels Great // Him & I // Remember That Night (SAINT WKND Remix) // Til I Get Found // Last Christmas // Good Morning (Madison Mars Remix) // Midnight Life // Winter Wonderland / Here Comes Santa Claus // 6pm in New York // Crazy Love // Right To It

(playlist background via Victoria Bilsborough)

Thanks for reading!  Comment your current favorite song below!

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November Playlist 2017

     I have to admit, I’ve hardly listened to anything besides the new Taylor Swift album, reputation (which I totally recommend buying by the way, read my whole post about the album here), recently, but I’m sharing my monthly playlist anyways!  Aside from my beloved Taylor Swift songs, this month I’ve really loved listening to Post Malone’s new song, “Candy Paint” as well as Dillon Francis’ remix of Halsey’s “Bad At Love” and Russ’ “Losin Control” (especially after hearing it live at Music Midtown).  The rest of my favorite jams from this month are linked in the playlist below.  Enjoy!


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Call It What You Want // Candy Paint // Stranger Things // Dress // Tonight // Bad At Love (Dillon Francis Remix) // I Feel Like I’m Drowning // Losin Control // Getaway Car // Show Me // Whiskey // Let Me Go // Restless Sea // This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things // Number One

(playlist background via Katy Smail)

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My Thoughts on Taylor Swift’s New Album, reputation

     This might seem like an odd thing to write a blog post about and, well, I guess it kind of is.  However, if you read my post about my experience at Taylor Swift’s 1989 concert or have paid any attention to the fact that new Taylor Swift songs always sneak their way into the top of my monthly playlists, you already know about my obsession with Taylor Swift.  I’ve been listening to her for ten years now and I’ve seen her in concert three times.  That being said, I was absolutely ecstatic when Taylor announced the new album, reputation, and preordered it seconds after it became available, before I had even listened to “Look What You Made Me Do.”  Today I’m sharing my thoughts on the new album as a whole and “the new Taylor,” as well as giving my opinions on each track (I’ve already listened to each one a handful of times).  Again, I know this type of post seems strange, but I’ve wanted to write a post on the album since she announced it, so here it is!  Enjoy!

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Thoughts on reputation

     Something I’ve always loved about Taylor is that her music seems to grow with her fans.  If she was still releasing country tunes like “Our Song” that I was listening to at age six I probably wouldn’t still listen to her half as much as I do.  This album is the exact sound I needed to hear from her to stay hooked: generally poppy with hints of alternative sound and electronic beats.  The lyrics are fitting for my current stage of life as well: she’s still writing about the vulnerability, doubts, and bliss of that come with love, but she’s also singing about independence and resilience.

“The New Taylor”

     The line “I’m sorry, the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now / Why? / Oh, ’cause she’s dead” line has dropped jaws since the night “Look What You Made Me Do” was released as a teaser for the album back in August.  How do I interpret this line?  I think Taylor’s shedding her skin and truly being one hundred percent herself, not who anyone expects her to be or puts her out to be.  I think she’s thrown what the media and her celebrity enemies have said about her right back in their faces in the most genius, classy-yet-savage way possible.  I have no doubt that she will continue to be “the old Taylor” in that she is a positive role model for young women and plays her older hits at concerts.  If you ask me, people overreacted to that line.  Setting aside the fact that the spoken phone call bit is classic Taylor Swift (listen to “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” again if you don’t know what I’m referring to), Taylor did not literally kill her old self (as if that was physically possible), she’s just moving on from it.  I’m not the same person I was when 1989 came out back in 2014 (and I’m sure you can say the same for yourself), so why should we expect her to be?  As with each new Taylor Swift album,  people hoped reputation would include more “You Belong With Me”-esque tunes, but they seemed to have forgotten that Taylor released the hit when she was eighteen and she is now twenty-seven.  She ages too.  That’s a nine year time gap, and no one is completely the same for that long.  Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think her personality itself has changed.  Judging by the album’s lyrics and her Instagram stories, she’s still the same kindhearted, cat obsessed, hopeless romantic we all fell in love with in 2006, just in a different style.  Her country music career (aside from penning for other country artists) seems to be over, but Taylor’s heartfelt, relatable tracks aren’t going anywhere.


1.  …Ready For It?: The second of Taylor’s singles preceding the album, “…Ready For It” explored Taylor’s ability to sing quick, witty lyrics (or rap? Call it what you want…no pun intended) and reassured us that the album wouldn’t be completely “dark” like the impression that “Look What You Made Me Do” gave us with a gentle, pretty chorus.  I immediately loved the lyrics “Some, some boys are tryin’ too hard / He don’t try at all, though” and “Every lover known in comparison is a failure / I forget their names now, I’m so very tame now,” which make nameless jabs at her exes (I don’t even need to know who she’s referring to, these lines are brilliant).  Not to mention, she dropped this track without warning at a football game, building hype for the album among anyone who somehow still hadn’t heard “Look What You Made Me Do”… genius.

2. End Game (feat. Ed Sheeran & Future): I was thrilled when Taylor revealed that the album would include a collaboration featuring Ed Sheeran and Future.  I love both of these artists (I’ve also heard them both live), so I was really hoping their parts wouldn’t be too watered down for the purpose of fitting Taylor’s audience.  The song so surpassed my expectations and seems to serve as the album’s theme song with the word “reputation” frequenting the lyrics.  The chorus includes the lines “Big reputation, big reputation / Oooh, you and me we got / Big reputations, ah / And you heard about me, oooh / I got some big enemies,” obviously pointing to the numerous celebrity feuds she’s been involved in.  I also love the lines “Reputation precedes me / They told you I’m crazy / I swear I don’t love the drama, it loves me” from Taylor’s verse, which points to the media’s portrayal of her since her rise to fame.

3. I Did Something Bad: Much like in 1989‘s “Blank Space,” Taylor grabs the snake that the media made her out to be by the neck and wrote a song from its perspective.  Over the years, she’s been portrayed as a liar who dates boys for fun simply to get a song out of it.  She plays the part in the chorus with lines “They say I did something bad / But why’s it feel so good? / Most fun I’ve ever had / And I could do it over and over and over again if I could.”  Then, in the final pre-chorus, she points right to the media again as well as Kim Kardashian’s “witch hunt” over her permission to be mentioned in a controversial lyric in Kanye West’s song “Famous” (remember #TaylorSwiftisOverParty and the snake emojis?  Yeah, that); “They’re burning all the witches, even if you aren’t one / They got their pitchforks and proof, their receipts and reasons / They’re burning all the witches, even if you aren’t one / So light me up…”  This song definitely wins most savage if you ask me.

4. Don’t Blame Me: Debatably the catchiest song on the album, “Don’t Blame Me” includes hints of electronic beat drops (that I think almost sound like something by Flume) and beautiful lyrics.  I seriously love the lines “And baby, for you, I would fall from grace / Just to touch your face” and “I once was poison ivy, but now I’m your daisy” as well as so many others.  Among these gorgeous lines towards a lover, she also sings “They say, ‘She’s gone too far this time,'” which makes it hard for me to decipher exactly who this song is about (Calvin Harris?  Current boyfriend Joe Alwyn?  I don’t know) and proves that Taylor Swift is capable of fitting a lash at the media’s invasion of her privacy in any and every song.  The chorus is all kinds of catchy and I can guarantee that this one will be playing in my car a lot.

5. Delicate: This song is one of the few on the album that I see as pretty clearly portraying Taylor’s romance with her current boyfriend, Joe Alwyn.  The line “My reputation’s never been worse, so / You must like me for me” in the first pre-chorus brings up the album title again but also tells that she’s found someone who she knows loves her for more than her fame, for the first time claiming that her bad reputation has had a positive effect.  My favorite Taylor Swift songs are always the ones with super detailed lyrics, and I love this track for lines like “Echoes of your footsteps on the stairs,” “Third floor on the West Side, me and you.”

6. Look What You Made Me Do: I could spend hours babbling on about the lyrical genius of this song and the mastermind behind its music video, but I don’t want this post to be too long.  Yes, “Look What You Made Me Do” is really repetitive, but if you think about it, Taylor always releases the catchiest song first (“Shake It Off” and “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” were each the first releases from 1989 and Red respectively), so we can listen and get excited then have a whole album to listen to when it starts to approach getting annoying.  This track was the perfect weapon to break Taylor’s old reputation for a new album to take the limelight.  Claiming the old Taylor as dead proclaimed her emergence as a new woman and this album as something completely different and incomparable to anything else she’s ever released.  The song is packed to the brim with jabs at celebrities she’s feuded with (I’m sure you’ve read a handful of theories already), but the line “But I got smarter, I got harder in the nick of time” has to be my absolute favorite line from the track (and my favorite comeback phrase ever since its release).

7. So It Goes…: If I had to call one song from the album Taylor’s “coming of age” track, I’d say it’s this one.  She found a way to ease in innuendos in an innocent and beautiful way that isn’t enough to keep any of her younger audience away, yet appeases her older audience (because like I said earlier, we’re all growing up!).  I love the lines “You know I’m not a bad girl, but I / Do bad things with you” and “Get caught up in a moment / Lipstick on your face,” both of which reference parts of her former “America’s sweetheart” persona who sang songs she wrote about high school crushes and wore red lipstick 24/7.  The song is beautiful yet catchy and it’s without a doubt one of my favorites.

8. Gorgeous: As the third single, “Gorgeous” showed us a more happily upbeat side of the album to come.  I have to admit, the child voice and odd beat in the beginning of the song  weren’t my favorite at first, but the song has grown on me.  The lyrics are humorous and witty, with lines like “There’s nothing I hate more than what I can’t have / Guess I’ll just stumble on home to my cats” and “And I got a boyfriend, he’s older than us / He’s in the club doing, I don’t know what.”  Slightly more serious lines including “Ocean blue eyes looking in mine / I feel like I might sink and drown and die” mimic the feelings of innocent crushes from afar, making this song so relatable and fun.

9. Getaway Car: This one easily claims a spot in my top three upon first listen thanks to the line “X marks the spot where we fell apart” in the first pre-chorus and the emotion in Taylor’s voice as she belts “Thing about the place where you first met me” in the final chorus.  The contrast between light, sweet verses and the loud and emotional chorus as she sings about leaving a love behind have me playing this one on repeat.

10. King of My Heart: I didn’t realize just how much I loved this song the first time I played the album, but after playing it a second time I don’t know how I didn’t deem in noteworthy.  The beat is so good and this is another one of the few I think are about Joe Alwyn.  Taylor talks about going from settling on a life alone to falling in love in the catchiest way.  Sweet lyrics including “Now you try on callin’ me Baby, like tryin’ on clothes” and “Your love is a secret I’m hoping, dreaming, dying to keep” are instant mood-improvers.

11. Dancing With Our Hands Tied: More electronic beats serve as a background for lyrics about the media breaking a couple up.  Maybe this one is about Calvin Harris?  I’m not sure.  Even with the sad meaning, the song is such a jam with a repetitive chorus using “dancing with our hands tied” as an allegory for happily dating as the media pulls them apart until there’s nothing left.  Lyrics from the second verse “So, baby, can we dance / Oh through an avalanche? / And say, say that we got it / I’m a mess, but I’m the mess that you wanted” remind anyone who’s ever been a Taylor Swift fan of everything the media has put her and her romances through, and I couldn’t imagine prettier lines to describe it.

12. Dress: A breathy and beautiful track, “Dress” carries innuendos similar to those in “So It Goes…” with the chorus repeating “Only bought this dress so you could take it off.”  However, the track is deeper than that.  Gorgeous lyrics such as “Say my name and everything just stops / I don’t want you like a best friend” grace the light electronic beats in a way that makes you want to start the song over before it ends each time.  An ever so detailed line in the final bridge hints that the song is about Taylor’s current boyfriend, Joe Alwyn: “Flashback when you met me / Your buzzcut and my hair bleached / Even in my worst times, you could see the best of me,” because she met him at the Met Gala in 2016 when she had bleached hair and he had a buzzcut.

13. This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things: I’m willing to bet this one is about that feud with Kanye West (based on the line “Friends don’t try to trick you / Get you on the phone and mind-twist you”), but I think it’s also easily applicable to fake friends in general.  It’s filled with clever lyrical bits like “Stabbing my back while you’re shaking my hand” and a laughing comment “‘And here’s to you, ’cause forgiveness is a nice thing to do / I can’t even say it with a straight face,” before the last chorus (reminiscent of other spoken lines from the Red album such as “We are never getting back together…like ever” in “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and giggles before saying “It’s so fun” at the end of less popular “Stay Stay Stay”).

14. Call It What You Want: By far my favorite of the singles released before the album, “Call It What You Want” shows how happy Taylor is right now.  The song tells that Taylor would be okay without a man in her life right now, and she knows that, but that he makes her happy.  The last bridge makes this especially clear with the lines “You don’t need to save me / But would you run away with me?”  This song is a sweet, catchy proclamation of her independence that simultaneously declares the joy Joe Alwyn (presumably) brings into her life.  I think this song describes the way every girl should feel about her love life, definitely give it a listen!

15. New Year’s Day: Performed on ABC a couple hours before the album’s release, “New Year’s Day” is a gentle, quiet song packed with vivid images of the aftermath of a New Year’s Eve party such as in the opening verse “There’s glitter on the floor after the party / Girls carrying their shoes down in the lobby / Candle wax and Polaroids on the hardwood floor / You and me from the night before.”  In this track, Taylor uses the high and crashing of the New Year’s holiday as a metaphor for the loyalty and support she wants to provide, no matter the circumstances.  Chorus lines “I want your midnights / But I’ll be cleaning up bottles with you on New Year’s Day” refer to wanting the happy, sweet moments like a New Year’s kiss at midnight but also wanting to be there for the hard times like cleaning up bottles after a big party.

I know I gushed about every single song, so it’s probably not completely clear that my favorites right now are “Getaway Car,” “King of My Heart,” and “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things,” but that will most likely continue to change as I listen to the album more and more.  Thanks for reading!

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October Playlist 2017

     October’s coming to an end, so today I’m sharing all the songs I’ve been listening to this month!  As I anticipate Taylor Swift’s upcoming album, reputation, I’ve been listening to her newest teaser single, “Gorgeous” on repeat.  It’s been a few months since I discovered Lany’s single, “ILYSB,”  and I was reminded of my love for their unique sound when I came across “Super Far” (which has definitely become my favorite song to sing along to in the car on my way to school) then continued to listen to their album and loved “Good Girls” too.  Lorde collaborated with three of my favorite artists, Khalid, Post Malone, and SZA, for an amazing remix of “Homemade Dynamite.”  I obviously adore every song on this list and could go on and on, but instead I’ll just let you listen to them for yourself.  I hope you love this playlist as much as I do!

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Gorgeous // Super Far // Snow In October // Dollars // Watch // Cross My Mind // Gold Angel // Unwind // This Is The Life // Go // So Simple // Good Girls // Homemade Dynamite (Remix) // Wolves // Season 2 Episode 3

(playlist background via Katy Smail)

Thanks for reading!

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Music Midtown 2017

     I spent the weekend of September 16th and 17th standing within crowds that totaled 78,000 at Music Midtown.  This was my second year attending the festival, and it was just as great as my first!  I was completely awestruck the first time I saw the lineup over the summer and I’m so blessed to have been able to attend.  This year I went with my friends Scout (who came with my family last year) and Patty as well as Scout’s mom.  I decided not to attempt bringing in my Canon camera again because it was such a struggle to get through security with it last year so unfortunately I didn’t make a montage video.  However, I’ve included a ton of videos I took of the performers on my phone, so hopefully you’ll forgive me!  I’m so excited to share a little about this fun weekend with y’all, enjoy!



10:00 a.m. – I drove over to Scout’s house where we all (Scout, Patty, Scout’s mom, and I) packed and piled into her mother’s car and left for Atlanta.

12:30: p.m. – Finally, after a fun ride of singing songs we would soon hear live, we arrived in Atlanta.  We checked into our hotel, the Atlanta Marriott Suites Midtown, which was an amazing place to stay, then quickly changed into our outfits for the festival.

1:00 p.m. – We walked from the hotel to Which Wich? for lunch.  After we finished eating, we walked around a few furniture stores in the area for a couple hours or so with Scout’s mom since the first set we wanted to see wasn’t until 4:30 p.m.  Once she’d finished shopping we walked back to the hotel to make sure we had everything we’d need for Music Midtown.  When we were sure we were ready, we got in the car and rode to Piedmont Park.

3:00 p.m. – After much anticipation, we made it to Music Midtown.  Security seemed surprisingly less taxing this year, so it only took a few minutes to actually get in.  Immediately after getting in, we found a water fountain to fill up our reusable water bottles (you’re allowed to bring in one factory-sealed bottle full of water or one reusable bottle that holds equal or less than a liter) then hit the merchandise stands because by the time we got to the merchandise stands Saturday night last year everything we wanted had already sold out.  I bought a super soft light blue tee with the Music Midtown lineup and logo on it and found a way to stuff it into the small crossbody bag I brought in.


4:30 p.m. – AJR’s set began at the Cotton Club Stage and the band was so fun to see live, they’re all great performers!  You might recognize this name from their hits “Weak” and “I’m Not Famous” – they’ve finally been getting some recognition lately and I have a feeling they won’t be going away anytime soon.   They opened with “I’m Not Famous” but my favorite song in the set was definitely “Drama.”

5:30 p.m. – Tove Lo came out on time and was such a hoot.  I’d technically seen her another time as Taylor Swift’s guest in Atlanta on the 1989 World Tour (read my post about that concert here), but she’s way different when she’s not performing for a Taylor Swift audience.  Regardless of the age rating that should be on her set, she’s crazy talented.  I’d been dying to hear her sing “Say It” by Flume since I found out I was going to Music Midtown and aside from the absence of the iconic DJ’s base drops, it fulfilled my expectations.  After her set ended, we stayed in the crowd and slowly moved towards the front, eventually scoring third row for Big Sean.


7:30 p.m. – I had been so excited to see Big Sean and he definitely didn’t disappoint.  He’s so humble and grateful for how far he’s come.  My favorite moments in his set were his moment of silence and prayer for all the victims of recent tragedies and hearing “Beware,” “Bounce Back,” “Blessings,” and “I Know.”

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8:45 p.m. – We had planned on staying at the Salesforce Stage to wait out a good spot for Bruno Mars, but then we realized we had all run out of water and still hadn’t eaten dinner.  We ended up leaving the crowd to eat dinner and refill our water bottles.  The food truck lines were crazy long so I actually ended up buying a Minute Made soft frozen strawberry lemonade for dinner (so healthy right?).  As we were walking back to the Salesforce Stage we briefly stopped to listen to Wiz Khalifa.

9:30 p.m. – The moment we’d been waiting for, Bruno Mars’ set, had finally come.  Hearing his hits, new and old, like “Treasure,” “That’s What I Like,” “24K Magic,” “Uptown Funk,” “Marry You,” and so many more was surreal.  My favorite song had to be “Versace On The Floor” but he’s such an incredible dancer and overall performer I even loved his songs I didn’t know.  He sounds exactly like he does on his records, I’m so lucky I had the chance to hear him live!

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10:30 p.m. – After Bruno Mars’ set we headed back to the hotel to shower and rest up for another exciting day at the festival.


11:00 a.m. – We slept in a lot then threw on some comfortable clothes to go to brunch in.  We went to the West Egg Cafe and it was awesome.  I got this incredible banana bread French toast and it lasted me through lunch.  After breakfast we went back to the hotel room to finish getting ready for the day (glitter and all) and pack our stuff.  On the way to the festival we picked up another friend of ours, Anna, who was staying with some family friends in Atlanta.


2:00 p.m. – We got to Music Midtown over an hour before any of the artists we wanted to see were performing so I could get in line to meet Zara Larsson (but we stopped on the way to the Honda x Waterloo Records Artist Signing Stage to take a few pictures!).  I’ve been listening to Zara Larsson since I was in eighth grade and I was ecstatic when I saw they put her name on the meet and greet list.  I purchased her album to have her sign then waited in line for over an hour but was so lucky to meet her!  She’s so sweet and absolutely gorgeous in person (we aren’t smiling at the camera in the picture because security said they wouldn’t have time for everyone to meet her if we did posed pictures).



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3:30 p.m. – Once we left the meet and greet we saw Judah and the Lion at the Honda Stage.  I absolutely love their songs “Take It All Back” and “Suit and Jacket” and they sounded just as good live.  The band members loved to dance and get the crowd involved so it was a really fun set!


4:30 p.m. – We walked over to the Roxy Stage to go see Zara Larsson perform.  She was wearing the coolest dress and looked just as pretty as when I met her earlier.  I didn’t realize she was such a good dancer, but she had a ton of choreography, so much that she actually ran backstage and got sick in the heat.  She handled her queasiness like a champ and finished her set in a more stationary position.  My favorite songs from the set were “TG4M,” “Symphony,” and “So Good.”

5:30 p.m. – As we were walking to the water station we heard Lizzo’s set starting at the Cotton Club Stage and decided to stop and listen for a while.  Lizzo has quite the personality and despite not really knowing who she was we had a fun time watching her.

5:45 p.m. – After about fifteen minutes of Lizzo we decided to grab some pizza for dinner.  The pizza at Music Midtown is overpriced (like all of the food there), but actually comes in pretty large slices, so I’d say it’s the best food option there.  Once we finished our food we returned to the Cotton Club Stage in anticipation of Russ’ set.

7:30 p.m. – When Russ finally came out the crowd went crazy.  My favorite songs from the set were “Do It Myself,” “What They Want,” and “Psycho Pt. 2.”  We left Russ’ set twenty minutes early to start finding a spot in the Future crowd and I’m really glad we did, about ten minutes after we got to the Roxy Stage a huge crowd came in.

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8:40 p.m. – Future, being one of the biggest names in rap music right now, was such a neat experience and a fun “I can say I…”.  I hate to admit this but I haven’t actually listened to a lot of Future’s music so I enjoyed his more popular songs “Jumpman,” “Mask Off,” and “Low Life.”  He actually brought out Young Thug (who I also don’t listen to oops) for a rendition of “Pick Up the Phone.”


(I’m sorry the “Jumpman” video is sideways… I’m still really not sure why that happened.)

9:30 p.m. – We left before the end of Future’s set to avoid the traffic getting out and get home a little earlier since we were going to school the next day.

Just like last year, Music Midtown was an incredible experience.  If you ever get the chance to go I’d definitely recommend going!  If you’d like to read my post about Music Midtown 2016 you can find it here!  Thanks for reading!

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