The Weeknd Serenades

Crew Love by Drake was the first time I was entranced by The King of the Fall a.k.a. The Weeknd. It was 2012, his voice sounded passionate and vulnerable. It's hard not to sing along. Honestly, Crew Love felt more like a Drake feature to me. Similar to how Chris Brown basically takes over any... Continue Reading →

Music Transcends Language Barriers

I love watching and listening to anime opening songs. The animation paired with a moving score is beautiful to me. Even if the anime is dubbed,  the intro is usually sung in Japanese. I don't have a problem with this, because emotions go beyond language. If an American singer can't invoke the same emotion and... Continue Reading →

Country Ever After + Top 10 Coffey Anderson Music Videos

Last fall, I was decluttering the house. I wanted background noise and something that was kid-friendly. Netflix suggested Country Ever After. The black country singer and white hip-hop dancer raising a Christian family caught my attention. After about two episodes, I realized I stopped sorting clothes by donation, storage, and trash. Coffey and Criscilla Anderson... Continue Reading →

You Make Me Feel…

I love music, but I am terrible with song titles and artists. That is why I love Pandora! Their algorithm helps me find songs, introduces me to similar artist, and is free...with ads. The app and website has music for any occasion and emotion. When I am in a bubbly mood, Cobra Starship and Sabi... Continue Reading →

Magnify Your Style’s Playlist : Cee Lo

As a Pop Artist, Cee Lo is a unique individual. He is one of those people that lyrics can compete with his chorus. People don't tune out the lyrics. They enjoy the entire song. Most songs I love have strong lyrics. Many of today's artist rely on the chorus, because it is easier for people... Continue Reading →

Magnify Your Style’s Playlist: OceanLab

Ocean Lab's "Lonely Girl" has been a part of my Playlist since 2012. Like most music today, I heard it on Pandora. Instantly, I loved the beat and the vocals. Plus, the lyrics are relatable and woman can picture themselves in her situation. When I found the video, I had to share it with all... Continue Reading →

Magnify Your Style’s Playlist: Robin Thicke

First off, Robin Thicke has an amazing voice. Like Darla, He'll make you melt like a popsicle on the fourth of July. Plus, he is handsome. In "Lost Without You", Robin Thicke sings about things that most women want to hear from the men that they care about. Unfortentaly for the women of the world,... Continue Reading →

Magnify Your Style’s Playlist: The Darkness

If you assumed "I Believe In A Thing Called Love" would be this weeks video of choice, you were absolutely right. I love this song and video cause it sounds amazing and the video is really funny. Coming out of a tub to by dried by a purple fuzzy figure doesn't happen everyday. Even though... Continue Reading →

Magnify Your Style’s Playlist: Edward Maya

If you haven't noticed, I'm a sucker for dance music. Edward Maya's "This Is My Life" makes you want to grab someone and bring them to the dance floor. Strong male and female vocals always blend well together. Add a sweet beat and you have an amazing song. Plus Edward Maya and his love interest... Continue Reading →

Magnify Your Style’s Playlist: Ciara

I will warn you now, Ciara is one of my favorite R&B artist and her music videos don't disappoint. As a result, this is not the last time she'll be on Magnify Your Style's playlist. In 2004, I saw Ciara's first video "Goodies". I've been a fan ever since. This is not on my playlist because it... Continue Reading →

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