Music Opinion

New Year New Music

2017 was an amazing year for music from both independent artists and mainstream artists that we know and love. Black&Gifted founder, Terrionna Brockman gives you a sneak peek of her 2018 music archive.

Let’s flashback to 2017. It was an amazing year for music from both independent artists and mainstream artists that we know and love. If you’re a Spotify fanatic like myself, then you were probably just as hype as I was to review your 2017 Wrapped, a dope way to look back on your personal listening history for the year. Check out my 2017 Wrapped below:

I listened for 60,609 minutes to 4,600 different songs and 1,604 different artists. I explored 26 genres.

The new year marks a fresh start. Personally, I’m all for the “new year new me” as long as you’re putting in the work and not just talking to hear yourself speak. But resolutions aside, I look forward to growing my music archive in 2018. Vibing to new music (and old) and discovering new artists makes me happy to say the least.

I’d like to share my premature music archive for 2018 thus far:

Spotify Playlists

All The Feels

The Newness

¡Viva Latino!

Mellow Bars

Rap Caviar

Spotify Stations

Ella Mai

H.E.R.

Vince Staples

Rihanna

J. Cole

New Artists I’m Listening To

Topaz Jones

Shakka

Hamza

Johnny Rain

Col3trane

Songs On Repeat

La Modelo – Ozuna feat. Cardi B

Harveston Lake – Johnny Rain

Plain Jane – A$AP Ferg

Yellow Tape – Chris Brown

Heart The Weekend – Shakka

Now that you’ve seen a sneak peek of what I’m listening to, I hope you’ve added a few of these artists to your own archive. I look forward to seeing, better yet listening to what 2018 has in store for us musically.

Good vibes all 2018…

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