Recapping the 13 playlists that were published on The Musical Hype during February 2018. Playlist topics include royalty, religion, and sex among other things.
Prepare to ‘dabble in evil’ as we sift through this hellish true crime playlists, comprised of songs written about serial killers, mass murderers, cult leaders, and sometimes, the victims themselves.
February 2018 saw the birth of two can’t-miss curated rap playlists: ‘31 Rap Songs That Reference Condoms’ and ‘27 Secular, Religious-Referencing Rap Songs.’
After more than 15 years into an incredible career, we examine the 20 best songs from pop superstar Kelly Clarkson. Did your favorite make our list? Below, you will find the top-five, excerpted from the complete list. 1.“Since U Been Gone” Breakaway • 19 / RCA • 2004 Somehow, “Since U Been Gone,” one…
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a tearful playlist for you: 11 Songs About Crying from Beyond 2010! It’s simple! The 11 selected songs on this playlist have some form of the word ‘cry’ in their title. Examples would be cry, crying, cried, etc. Some of the artists make the song cry, while many are crybabies….
The 10 songs that appear on this particular playlist are heavier, supporting equality, justice, and the ‘resist’ movement. Source: Songs Supporting Equality, Justice & Resistance, Vol. 1 | Playlist
Kendrick Lamar (DAMN.), Jay-Z (4:44), Lorde (Melodrama), Father John Misty (Pure Comedy), and The National (Sleep Well Beast) top ‘50 Best Albums of 2017.’ Source: 50 Best Albums of 2017 | Year in Review
‘Rough around the edges’ R&B singer K. Michelle returns with an intriguing fourth studio album, ‘Kimberly: The People I Used to Know.’ Source: K. Michelle, Kimberly: The People I Used to Know | Album Review
★★★★ – Charli XCX has ‘boys’ on her mind on her infectious, fun new single, “Boys.” Sweetening the deal is a music video filled with famous boys. Source: Charli XCX, ‘Boys’ | Track Review (The Musical Hype) Photo Credits: Atlantic
The National returns with “The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness,” the promo single for its seventh studio album, Sleep Well Beast.