5 Songs For You To Turn Up To Before The Super Bowl
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5 Songs For You To Turn Up To Before The Super Bowl

Especially if your savior Tom Brady is playing.

5 Songs For You To Turn Up To Before The Super Bowl

1. MØ, “Pilgrim”

You’ve probably listen “Lean On” and “Cold Water” so often that you hear them in your dreams (thanks Top 40 radio). So, why not switch things around and play some of MØ’s older music? “Pilgrim” is one of my favorites.


If you’re into ‘80s radio pop and ‘90s R&B, then check out LANY. Synthesizer is their specialty, so if you’re also into that, then look no further.

3. Blackbear, “Idfc”

Aha, yes, the song that surprisingly doesn’t have many swear words despite have one implied in the title. Not the best song to turn up to, but if you’re interested in indie-R&B, this is a great place to start.

4. Purity Ring, “Fineshrine”

Probably my new favorite song right now -- soon to be yours, too. “Fineshrine” makes it possible for you to simultaneously feel every emotion known to man.

5. Childish Gambino, “3005”

Yep, the most mainstream song off Because The Internet. It’s still a great song, though -- “3005” is quintessential Gambino. Plus, Donald Glover is quite the Renaissance man, and who doesn’t love Renaissance men?

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