"That dude's music is very relatable. I just love how NF is so real about our world. This one truly hit me harder the first time I listened to. Now, it's been on repeat all day. Meaningful lyrics are everything for me."
"I'd call this one probably my "go to work out" song. I absolutely love the vibe and it instantly wakes me up. The lyrics "I am not afraid of the storm that comes my way, when it hits it shakes me to the core and makes me stronger than before" got me really obsessed with this song. The first time I listened to Courtesy Call, I think I repeated just the beginning at least 8 times."
"I absolutely love this song from Lil Mosey. It's been out for a while, but it popped up in my Discover Weekly and what can I say. It has such a chill vibe to it, that only a little portion of rap songs do. The beats are awesome and Lil Mosey's rapping is on point."
● A Boogie Wit da Hoodie - Swervin (feat. 6ix9ine)
"Continuing with the chill vibe, Swervin. I stumbled upon this song while I was reviewing A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie's album, and it struck me as the best song on the album. I'm not a big fan of 6ix9ine's part, but I don't hate it."
"Delicate Steve (Steve Marion) reminds me, a little, of another extraordinary guitar player - Johnny Marr. Both play in-demand for other bands or artists and I love the sound they create. The new album was released March 1st."
● The Claypool Lennon Delirium - Blood and Rockets
"In a world where most mainstream music sounds the same, where appearance takes the lead on ability, there are still talented artists taking the time to create elaborate concept albums. The latest release of the band created by bassist/vocalist Les Claypool (from Primus), and guitarist/vocalist Sean Lennon is a perfect example of what talented musicians working together are able to create. It's psychedelic, it's full of harmonies, it's full of sophisticated compositions and, of course, it's "Beatlesque" (How can it be another way with John Lennon's son) "
"Canadian born but living in England for more than twenty years, Son Of Dave (Benjamin Darvill) has a passion - the Blues. Previously a member of the band Crash Test Dummies, he returned to the Blues for his solo work. He is not a traditional bluesman in that he has introduced a new way to play the genre with beat-box and percussions. That's the perfect example of how to be modern without forgetting the roots. Foot taping and fingers snapping guaranteed."