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Friday Night Jams Vol. 6

TGIF! It’s finally Friday! Any plans tonight? 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 and have a variety of musical genres! Check them out and make sure to share this post and/or let me know which one is your favorite in the comments!

Friday Tunes!

“Chu-Chu” by Kittaka Mana

“JADED” by KEVON TYRRE

“Men don’t think about who they affect women when we dog them out and/or take advantage of them. This tells one example of a woman who used it to better herself yet never was (and ultimately didn’t want to be) healed from her experiences and how that pain is reflected back to other men who didn’t wrong her.” — KEVON TYRRE

“Better Days” by The Cat Lady

“Blind to You (Catherine Duc ‘Till The Daylight’ Remix)” by Ben Hobbs

Official remix for London singer/songwriter Ben Hobbs by Grammy nominee, Catherine Duc.

“Mountain Dew” by American Candy

Producer Tanner wrote the initial song idea after watching Boogie2988 freak-out videos revolving around Mountain Dew. Lyrically, Singer Larry wrote that “It’s about someone’s addiction hurting their personal relationships.”

“Break” by Deadheading

“It is a song of tenderness, learning to love yourself, and friendship. It was written when we were across the world from one another, and recorded in our bedrooms together.” — Deadheading

“Tough Love” by Kevin Cruz

“This song is about self-love. At times we put others’ needs before ourselves. This song is a reminder to show yourself some Tough Love.” — Kevin Cruz

“Dirt Track” by Guy Ferrari

“Fast-paced song evoking thoughts on party culture and cerebral introspection on mental illness with an attitude.” — Guy Ferrari

“Coming Home” by Alex Dobbins

“Inspired by stories of a husband and wife writing to each other during the first world war, and knowing their love for each other is strong enough to keep them hanging on.” — Alex Dobbins

“Everett Park” by Mistine

“”Everett Park” encourages listeners to reclaim a space that was once tainted and make new memories. This record captures a personal yet nostalgic charm that will have listeners singing along in the car with their best friends and dancing all night in their bedrooms.” — Mistine

Which song is your favorite?

Let me know in the comments!


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