It’s the weekend! Any plans? Any cool music to listen to? Well, here are ten tracks that you should be listening to RIGHT NOW! They are from different parts of the world…
"Vivir Por Mi" sounds like an upbeat, feel-good tune about life and growing up for yourself. What else is nice about the song is that the male members sing is lead vocals, which is really good for their range. Besides that, the song sounds like another pop song, but the instrumentation is positive and the tempo is upbeat that "Vivir Por Mi" makes you feel good.
Before online streaming music sites became popular in the late 2000s, discovering new tunes back in the day was done in two ways: mass media (like TV and radio) or the internet, either illegally or legally. With music being spread like wildfire all over the internet, how we listen to music changed. More and more people also got curious about various musical genres from around the world. One way was through blogs. I remember reading each week on various LiveJournal sites about tunes I had never heard before, listening to each one, and then falling in love with new favorites.
The early 2000s was a haven for bubblegum pop. Tons of bands popped up almost overnight during the late 90s, and early 00s as fans couldn’t get enough the generic, fun, and upbeat music genre. Or maybe, they were going crazy only for the members of the groups. I remember the teenage girls’ chatter between classes about which Backstreet Boy member was the hottest like it was yesterday.
One of the most influential musical icons of the 1990s was the Texan-born "Queen of Tejano Music" Selena. Since her debut with her band in the late 1980s, Selena was celebrated in Texas and Mexico as she made history as the first female to top the charts in a male-domineering musical genre. Sadly, it wasn't until her death in 1995 that her legacy gained worldwide attention.
Cartas de Chica Misteriosa".is an exquisite album with many great songs, especially with "Sofia",. Like Troop's "Spread my Wings", "Sofia" has that special kind of charm from its soothing instrumentation and easy listening feel.