Best Song Quotes For Instagram Caption

51 Instagram Captions From Famous Rap and Pop Songs to Make Your Summer Feed Poppin'

Because every beautiful picture deserves an equally beautiful caption.


The last few years has been monumental for the music industry for the discovery of amazing new singers such as Grace Vanderwaal from America's Got Talent, Zhavia from The Four and Billie Eilish, who rose her way to fame through Spotify from her hit "Ocean Eyes." Not only have we been able to follow these rising stars through their new music journeys, but during these years, we have also been blessed with the vocals of already famous rappers and musicians from their hit albums: Beyonce's "Lemonade", Drake's "Scorpion" and Sia's "This is Acting" are only a few out of thousands. This summer, as we're all relaxing and soaking in the sun, these songs are constantly playing through our heads and finding its way into our Instagram feed. To help your Instagram gain as much fame as these songs have, here are my top 51 favorite lyrics to add to the bottom of your own Instagram pictures.

1. "I'm Upset" by Drake

"They keep tryna' get me for my soul."

"I'm workin' on dyin'."

"So offended I had to double check."

2. "The Night We Met" by Lord Huron

"Please, take back to the night we met."

"I'm haunted by the ghost of you."

3. "These Days" by Foo Fighters

"One of these days the clocks will stop, and time won't mean a thing."

4. "Perfect Storm" by Brad Paisley

"Sunshine mixed with a little hurricane."

5. "Worst Behavior" by Drake

"It's a mission trying to fight to the finish just to see 'em all finish."

"On my worst behavior."

6. "Finesse" by Bruno Mars ft. Cardi B

"Straight stuntin', can't tell me nothin', bossed up and I changed the game."

"Work for dollar bills and now we're poppin' rubber bands."

"Ooo don't we look good together?"

"When I'm walking with you, I watch the whole world change."

7. "0 to 100" by Drake

"Know yourself, know your worth."

"My actions speak louder than my words."

"If I ain't the greatest, then I'm heading for it."

8. "Glory Glory" by And the Kids

"Glory glory, I'm a drinker."

"I'm a pretender at heart."

"The earth is under me, his wings are over me."

9. "Sorry" by Beyonce

"Middle fingers up, put them hands high."

"Her heaven will be a love without betrayal."

"Ashes to ashes, dust to side chicks."

10. "Needed Me" by Rihanna

"Didn't they tell you I'm a savage?"

"Baby, don't get it twisted."

"You never could have imagined."

11. "Colors" by Halsey

"You're ripped at every edge but you're a masterpiece."

"I know I've only felt religion when I've lied with you."

"Dripping like a saturated sunrise."

12. "Icy Girl" by SAWEETIE

"Can't stop won't stop get guap, ten white toes in them Tory flip flops"

"Manicures and pedicures I'm always tip top, when they say I'm not hot all these lies need to stop."

13. "Caroline" by Amine

"Great scenes might be great, but I love your bloopers."

"Perfect is for the urgent, baby I want forever."

14. "N.E.R.D" by Rihanna

"The truth will set you free but first, it'll piss you off."

"Mad ethnic right now."

15. "Formation"  by Beyonce

"Paparazzi, catch my fly, and my cocky fresh."

"I'm so reckless when I rock my Givenchy dress."

"Got all this money but they'll never take that country out me."

16. "This is America" by  Childish Gambino

"Get your money, black man, get your money!"

17. "Congratulations" by Post Malone ft. Quavo

"I've dreamed it all, ever since I was young."

"They said I would be nothing, but now all they say is congratulations."

"Worked so hard, forgot how to vacation."

18. "Clearly" by Grace Vanderwaal

"Gone are the dark clouds, the dawn has come."

"It's gonna be a bright, bright sunshiny day."

"There's a world outside my door, I forced my feet down to the floor."

19. "Dangerous Woman" by Ariana Grande

"Taking control of this kind of moment, I'm locked and loaded."

"Something about you makes me feel like a dangerous woman."

"I live for danger."

20. "Young, Dumb & Broke" by Khalid

"I'm so high at the moment, I'm so caught up in this."

"Yeah, we're just young, dumb and broke, but we still got lots to give."

21. "Fingers Crossed" by Billie Eilish

"In the end, when they're all gone, when the world is silent and the days are long, just you and I, we'll be alive."

"We made it on our own."

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Growing Up Catholic And How It Shaped Me

"I like being able to believe there is more to life than our time on Earth."


Ever since I can remember, I have attended church every Sunday morning. Not always at the same church, but always at the same time with all the same people. I've never known anything different.

Both of my parents are Catholic and so are their parents and so on and so forth. I attended religious education classes my whole childhood and when I was 15, I chose to get confirmed which basically says you are choosing to continue your faith.

As a kid, I didn't really understand why we went to church every Sunday and there were some Sundays where I just didn't want to get out of bed to go. When I'm on the verge of not going to mass I tell myself that it is just 1 hour of my time, 1 hour each week and that is all I have to give. Everyone has 1 hour to spare.

Now that I am older, I'm grateful my parents have introduced me to the Catholic Church. I like having something to believe in and being able to have faith. I'm a huge optimist in my daily life and a big part of that is because I trust God's plan for me, whatever happens is with his best intentions for me. I like being able to believe there is more to life than our time on Earth.

It seems that the word "Catholic" has a negative connotation nowadays and that makes me extremely sad. No one should be judged or profiled based on their religion.

Being Catholic to me means always striving to better myself and bring myself closer to God. Being Catholic might mean something else to another person and that's what is great about religion and faith, they affect everyone differently and it is up to you to decide what to do with these 2 things.

At the end of the day, I am grateful for being brought up in the Catholic family I was because it gave me my morals and made me the person I am today, whom I am proud of.

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The Reason We Are So Obsessed With Celebrities Has An Actual Historical Reason

“Celebrity" is a commercial market, and we are the target with every cookie we consent to.


We all obsess about a thing or two. For me, there was Lilly Singh who forced me into a YouTube obsession. What followed was an extreme obsession with all things Bollywood. I wanted all things related to Bollywood and Lilly Singh.

Why did I want to devour every single thing that surrounded my idols? Why did I spend money to own little pieces of them?

Because that's what we're doing when we buy that autobiography or fragrance. We're trying to have a little piece of them, like the crowd who gathered to touch Jesus' cloak. We're dying to get a little closer to the divine, which is what celebrities are these days.

So why do we obsess over them?

Historians could point to Pharaohs, Emperors, and Queens and claim that our obsession has roots in the social order. The lower tier in this perceived hierarchy immerses themselves in the lives of the rich and famous as a way to feel closer to their luxuries. Or to dream of elevating to that level, which serves as a distraction from the monotonous and mundane life.

We can still see this at play when we're happy to hear about a celebrity mess-up. Even though we enjoy owning the products they endorse, we love seeing them as "ordinary" mortals.

Another explanation could come from theologians. They would point to worship of the Gods and Idols and draw parallels with our worship of "Rock Gods" and "Pop Idols" and ponder if Celebrity Fandom is a kind of Religion. In Pete Ward's introduction to Gods Behaving Badly: Media, Religion, and Celebrity Culture, he argues that "Like Greek mythology and the stories of the saints, celebrity stories are people with the incredibly beautiful and the hopelessly flawed, with angels and demons, saints and sinners, the venerable and the venal. Celebrity stories are in many ways like morality tales. They portray possible ways of being good or bad, faithful or unfaithful, ideal or not ideal."

We increasingly use celebrities as our moral compass, especially when we identify our moral stances with the intersection of politics and celebrity culture. Psychologists could talk all day about how the answers may lie with an individual's low self-esteem and poor mental health. They would cite how we aren't happy with ourselves so we attempt to imitate our idols and submerge ourselves in their lives to escape our own. It's a vicious cycle of obsessing to feel better, followed by feelings of inadequacy.

For me, however, it was about feeling connected to them because I loved them, even when I felt everything above in addition to depressive loneliness!

With today's technology, celebrities' lives are sold, shipped and displayed across our screens and social platforms almost instantly. Celebrity is a commercial market and we are the target with every cookie we consent to.

If you search for breastfeeding, you end up seeing an interview with Kristen Bell. If you like Marvel, you see a hunky picture of Chris Hemsworth. When you share a post by the NRA, you get a suggestion to add Donald Trump. If you follow Taylor Swift, you get a whole bunch of other suggested follows. And the list goes on.

People used to be paranoid about subliminal messages influencing them, but it has changed these days! It's overloaded with power, and it works. They're drowning us, yet we still thirst for more!

Many factors contribute to our obsession with celebrity culture, but at the root of it, history has shown that it's nothing new. Humans have always observed the worship of ancient gods and held a long-time fascination with the aristocracy!

But for most of us, we simply desire to become more like the gods we admire, and the rest is just good gossip!

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