Three Songs You Need To Hear Right Now
Every hour there seems to be a hot new song that quickly captures the mass’s imagination. Not only is it easier than ever for aspiring musicians to create new sounds at home, but people also have more options in determining when and how they consume music. Whether in the car or club; whether downloaded to a tablet or streamed to a smartphone, it's a sweet point in history to be a music aficionado. We can call it a happy byproduct of the Internet era.Of course, with so many options rolling out with the click of a mouse, it’s almost impossible to stay current on everything new. Radio doesn’t have enough time to spin every new record. Most people don’t have time to venture into the recesses of all the music streaming services. That’s where we come in! Put away your distractions, here are the Top Three Songs You Need To Hear Right Now. Like this post? Check out more on HipHopDX.com.
1. “Don’t Hold The Wall” By Justin Timberlake & Timbaland
“Don’t Hold The Wall” is an absolute must listen on Justin Timberlake and Timbaland’s future classic, The 20/20 Experience. The combination of Timbo’s noxious drums and Indian rhythms is enough to immediately incite a sprint to the dance floor. Toss in Timberlake’s sublime vocals and suddenly “Don’t Hold The Wall” has all the makings of the perfect song to help you get your groove on.Check it out on YouTube.
2. “Round Of Applause” By Lecrae Featuring B.o.B.
Lecrae tips his cap to the graduating class of 2013 with this triumphant ode to beating the odds. “We ain’t suppose to be here / Never thought we’d see it / Now we’re living proof. Tell the world to believe it / Congratulations / Thank God we made it,” raps the Grammy-award winner over an anthemic trap beat produced by KE On The Track. B.o.B.’s guest appearance only makes this one even greater.
3. “Bang Bang” By will.i.am
will.i.am teleports back to the future on “Bang Bang”—a raucous Roaring Twenties-inspired electro party-starter found on his fourth solo album, #willpower. Layered with a blend of big band jazz and an array of lovely synthesized blips and zips, this pulsating ditty feels simultaneously intergalactic and historic. Now that’s an awesome combination.