Too Much To Ask by Niall Horan

I Built A Friend
by Alec Benjamin

The Way To Nowhere
by Alec Benjamin

Smother Me
by The Used

Hear You Me
by Jimmy Eat World

I Swear This Time I Mean It
by Mayday Parade

I Need The Sun To Break
by James Bay

Something I Need
by One Republic

I Will Follow You Into The Dark
by Death Cab For Cutie

Last Hope
by Paramore


Taylor Swift is definitely back and with a new sound and image (Dark Taylor Swift) according to her the old Taylor is dead. Taylor dropped her new single last Friday (Look What You Made Me Do) still going on the lane of pop genre. Her new song is filled with anger, hinting that it’s about Kanye West, Kim Kardashian and the media. Seeing it as a normal person who hadn’t been a long time fan, I see this image of hers as being fed up from all the rumors and hates that she had been receiving for a long time now and being a prey for tabloid news. Some people may say that she’s playing the victim card like she always does but can you blame her? Everything she does is news and this time she’s not just going to shake it off, she’s taking revenge for her Reputation as the title of her new album being release this November. People are saying that she needs to grow up and stop writing/singing vengeful songs about people who mistreated her but I think it’s her way to vent it out which was the reason why she started writing songs in the first place also a part of her self-expression.
When it comes to the sound of her new single it’s very different from her last album 1989’s first single Shake It Off which was her rebirth in the music industry as a pop artist, this single has a dark edge in it with a repetitive catchy chorus and also sounds like the 90’s song I’m Too Sexy. I’m still waiting for her full album Reputation to be released to hear if the sound and vibe that we heard from her latest single Look What You Made Me Do will transpire on her entire album.
From a sweet and innocent country girl led to this “new” and “dark” Taylor Swift that what I think is a product of hate. Now, look what ‘you’ made her do, she changed.

A few hours ago she released the music video for Look What You Made Me Do at the MTV VMAs and I can tell you that it is a masterpiece directed by Joseph Kahn which also directed some of her music videos before like Blank Space, Bad Blood, Wildest Dreams and Out Of The Woods. The music video was a mockery of herself and as shady as it can get but with great visuals projected through the entire video and ending with a very iconic scene, Taylor dragging Taylor down. 

Despite the lyrical content of the song as most people say that it is not one of her greatest work. But I think this is one of the greatest music video she has done. Great work Joseph Kahn and Taylor Swift. Congratulations in advance to them for sure they’re going to bag awards for it in the future. 


Brick By Boring Brick
by Paramore

by Paramore

Playing God
by Paramore

When It Rains
by Paramore

by Paramore

Bored To Death
by blink-182

Adam’s Song
by blink-182

by blink-182

I Miss You
by blink-182

All The Small Things
by blink-182

I’ve been listening to a lot of Paramore and blink-182 songs and other pop punk/alternative rock genre but mostly these two bands and listed above are just some of my favorite songs from the two bands.

I’ve already shared some of my sentiments on the band Paramore and on their latest album After Laughter on one of my previous post. As I’ve said I really liked their album RIOT and also because of the influence of my sister, she used to listen to them all the time. Now, I just started listening to them again because When It Rains came on my shuffled songs which is one of my favorite Paramore song. Sadly, they changed their sound which used to be a vibe of pop punk and alternative rock. Now, they are more pop but I still like their current sound though. 

blink-182, should I tell more about them? When you say punk I think they’re the first one that will come into everyone’s mind. Their song All The Small Things was one of the anthems of most early 2000’s teen flick movies. Their album Enema of the State was their greatest album and also one of my favorite album. 

I honestly miss this kind of music. Well, that’s my playlist for today. ๐Ÿ˜Š


Shape of My Heart by Backstreet Boys

I’m All About You by Aaron Carter

That’s The Way It Is by Celine Dion

This I Promise You by *NSYNC

Heaven by Bryan Adams

You Make My Dreams by Daryl Oates and John Hall

You’re Beautiful by James Blunt

Champagne Supernova by Oasis

I Love You Always Forever by Donna Lewis

Unpretty by TLC

Fast Car by Tracy Chapman 

This playlist is a mixture of 80’s, 90’s and early 2000’s songs. These kind of songs are just very timeless. I’ve been in my old-soul kind of mood these past few days (actually every day) that I’m also rewatching F.R.I.E.N.D.S again and blasting Backstreet Boys’ songs and watching their videos on Youtube all week because why not? I just really love Nick Carter lol. I don’t know why but I really like stuff from the past. I was born in the wrong generation. 
What music from the past do you really like? ๐Ÿ˜Š