People of all backgrounds love music, there are so many different genres and everyone listens differently. A song you hate could be meaningful to somebody else. It's okay to have opinions, we all have them, but don't talk sh*t about something you don't understand. That's not...
.....Blues, Big Band, Frank and Dean, Elvis, The Beatles, Folk, Disco (yes, dont laugh), classic rock, PinkFloyd, 80s hair bands, pop, new age and college radio music (The Cure, The Smiths, Depeche Mode, Erasure), Adele, Maroon 5, Rob Thomas, Imagine Dragons....omg. the list goes...
in my head all day long, all day long x3
Let the mother ******* bass drop
Life ain't nothing but a dream
No time for not believing
So face all your fears
Who knows how many more years you got left
So you better start living now, now now.
Yeah you better start living...
"My days end best when this sunset gets itself
Behind that little lady sitting on the passenger side
It's much less picturesque without her catching the light
The horizon tries but it's just not as kind on the eyes"
and classic rock, classical, ethnotronica and experimental world fusion, ska, reggae, metal, ambient, celtic, jazz, trip hop and avant garde, industrial, and folk tunes from all over. Harry Belafonte's Banana Boat is stuck in my head atm.
Rock for pretty much anything. Country for working. Rap for anger. You get the point.
And then there's music that's tied to a certain event.
Somehow, because of this, I have 600 songs in iTunes, too many to sync to my iPhone.
SOME metal. It's mainly hip hop because hip hop express how I feel and think. Doesn't even have to have great lyrics, it's probably why Drake dominates my song selection. I have been mistaken as a punk rock boy mainly because of how I look, but it's funny because I don't listen...