Make The Most Of Spotify With These 70 Songs And A Little Help From Your Friends
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Make The Most Of Spotify With These 70 Songs And A Little Help From Your Friends

What better way to find songs than from friends!

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Make The Most Of Spotify With These 70 Songs And A Little Help From Your Friends
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Everyone loves a good Spotify playlist. One that has the best jams for your mood and the one that hits a chord with you emotionally. But, sometimes, the playlist can get dull.

You have your go-to songs but you just really need more songs. Not just any old songs, but ones that give you new feels, new dance moves, new laughs and new memories. With the fresh bounce of spring and the weather lifting peoples moods up, it is time to find new jams that will give you a fresh pep in your step.

First, I always find inspiration from friends. I hear new songs, new bands, and classic hits that I probably would not have found otherwise if it was not for them. I am always expanding my music library with new genres and singers. A friend that listens to more of a genre than me is bound to know more hits that are waiting for me to be discovered.

When driving, I am more than happy for a friend to take the aux and play songs that I have not heard because I am always up for new tunes for my eardrums. Shout out to my lovely friends for all the good songs that might be old or new but keep me grooving!

I will go in a list of genres so if you are looking for more songs and artists to enjoy, thank my friends and their unique tastes for bringing these songs to you!

RnB

1. "Foolish" by Ashanti

2. "You Should Be Here" by Kehlani

3. "Fill Me In" by Craig David

4. "Human Nature" by Michael Jackson

5. "I Have Nothing" by Whitney Houston

6. "Killing Me Softly with His Song" by Fugees

7. "Put Some Music On" by Boyz II Men

8. "Broken Clocks" by SZA

9. "I Don't Wanna" by Aaliyah

10. "Reach Out And Touch" by Dianna Ross

Country

1. "Can't Go to Sleep Like This" by Brooke Butler

2. "Tin Man" by Miranda Lambert

3.Jolene" by Dolly Parton

4. "Broken Halos" by Chris Stapleton

5. "Party for Two" by Shania Twain

6. "Once" by Eli Young Band

7. "Getting Closer" by Kaylee Bell

8. "Where Your Road Leads" by Garth Brooks

9. "Life is a Honeymoon" by Florida Georgia Line

10. "Love is a Wild Thing" by Kacey Musgraves

Folk

1. "Keep Your Head Up" by Ben Howard

2. "Middle of the Bed" by Lucy Rose

3. "An Ocean" by The Tallest Man On Earth

4. "I Am Not in Love Anymore" by Liza Anne

5. "Let My Love Open the Door" by Rogue Wave

6. "Meet Again" by Langehorne Slim, The Law

7.Thunderbolt's Goodnight" by Josh Ritter

8. "Follow My Voice" by Julie Byrne

9. "Baby I Love You" by Ryan Adams

10. "Back Against the Wall" by Son Volt

'80s

1. "Tarzan Boy" by Baltimora

2. "Africa" by Toto

3.You're the Inspiration" by Chicago

4. "Heat of the Moment" by Asia

5. "Need You Tonight" by INXS

6. "Tush" by ZZ Top

7. "The Riddle" by Nik Kershaw

8. "Ain't Talkin' Bout Love" by Van Halen

9. "Easy Lover" by Phil Collins

10. "September" by Earth, Wind, and Fire

Alternative

1. "Haven't Had Enough" by Marianas Trench

2. "Say You Like Me" by We the Kings

3. "Sweet Disposition" by The Temper Trap

4. "Cheated" by Boys Like Girls

5. "Happy for You" by The Summer Set

6. "Intoxicated" by The Cab

7. "About You" by G Flip

8. "Passenger Side" by Smallpools

9. "Turn" by The Wombats

10. "Communication Breakdown Led Zeppelin

Hip Hop/Rap

1. "Fly Away" by G Eazy

2. "Jump Out The Window" by Big Sean

3.YE'S" by Roscoe Dash

4. "Forever" by Drake, Kanye West, Eminem, Lil Wayne

5. "Blem" by Drake

6. "Back Up" by Dej Loaf

7. "The Most" by Rich Homie Quan

8. "Last Breath" by Future

9. "Dab Daddy" by Migos

10. "Lotto" by Rotimi feat. 50 Cent

Pop

1. "Not Your Birthday" by Allstar Weekend

2.We Move Like the Ocean" by Bad Suns

3. "Piece of Me" by Britney Spears

4. "How Deep Is Your Love" by Calvin Harris

5. "Fallin for You" by Colbie Caillat

6. "Memories" by David Guetta

7. "On My Mind" by Ellie Goulding

8. "Heartbeat" by The Fray

9.Hurricane" by Halsey

10. "Radio" by Hot Chelle Rae

There are plenty more songs to explore. These are just a few of the many songs, new and old, that have broadened my library from friends. Happy listening!

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