Are you getting bored of listening to music the same way? Well, there’s a playlist for that – well most likely there is! This year, yours truly has penned all sorts of playlist evergreen posts, some of which appeared on the brentmusicreviews.com and some that appeared on Starpulse.com. Since the brentmusicreviews.com playlists posts are, well right here, here are the playlist post that have appeared between January and April 2015 (May 3, 2015 to be precise) – 12 of them folks!
Of course Isaac Hayes’ “Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic” made the list! Lady Gaga, Fall Out Boy, and Sly and The Family Stone were among others who delivered awesomeness with odd song titles. Check it out!
This playlist evergreen post was characterized by its pulchritude… get it, pulchritude? Beautiful songs come courtesy of Joe Cocker, Christina Aguilera, and James Blunt among others.
Give Meghan Trainor a lot of credit for this post. She doesn’t take all the credit – Bubba Sparxxx, Sir Mix A Lot, and Nicki Minaj deserve plenty of credit too.
Who doesn’t love the Paul McCartney/Wings classic “Jet?” Sure, it’s silly, but it definitely puts a smile on your face. So does Elton John’s “Bennie and the Jets,” Steve Miller Band’s “Fly Like An Eagle,” and rapper Jim Jones’ “We Fly High.”
Country music definitely made the cut many times over on the most drunken post I’ve ever penned. Besides some “Day Drinking” from Little Big Town and being “Drunk On A Plane” with Dierks Bentley, Beyoncé and Jay-Z were “Drunk In Love” while Jesse McCartney participated in “Punch Drunk Recreation.”
Is Paul Simon “Still Crazy After All These Years?” Of course he is. And is Beyoncé still “Crazy In Love” with Jay-Z? Seems like it – rumors aside of course! Cee-Lo Green would also get into the action with Gnarls Barkley’s megahit “Crazy.”
To quote Rihanna, “The wait is over!” The same could be said for Kings Of Leon’s exceptional “Wait For Me” while Gwen Stefani wants to know, “What You Waiting For?” After all, “You’re still a super hot female!”
“I Believe I Can Fly” do you? R. Kelly does. Mali Music believes in God (“I Believe”), Cher believes “in life after love” (“Believe”), while Steve Wonder asserts “I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever).”
Sam Smith knows “I’m Not The Only One.” Adele will be your “One And Only.” Hootie & The Blowfish “Only Wanna Be With You.” Catch the drift? It’s all about ONLY people! And this is just the first volume!!!
We all know that Lil Wayne should’ve left “Da Da Da” alone – or better yet, the whole rock album (Rebirth). Similarly, Cowboy Troy’s “I Play Chicken With The Train” was cringe-worthy.
Honestly, “F**ked My Way Up To The Top” leaves little to the imagination Lana Del Rey. Also, has Adam Levine sounded much hornier than he does on “Animals?” Literally doesn’t it seem like he’s about to pounce?
It definitely didn’t take a “Whole Damn Year” (Mary J. Blige) to write this post. After all, there’s so many “damn” songs that use the D-word within their title – couldn’t resist sorry! In addition to MJB, this “D-Word” post wells K. Michelle, Nickelback, and Future among others.