Hey guys, HaziWords here bringing you your blog forecast of Hazi…
with a chance of words.
So recently I’m really feeling the music vibe.
Maybe it’s the possibility (may or mayn’t happen) of going to Kingsfest-a big deal Christian Music Concert. We’re talking several artists, three days, and a crowd. *Shudders*.
However, I’m pretty psyched at this, and anyways, it’s probably what’s triggered my interest in music these past few days. So I’m giving you songs that are starting of my 2018 (and really pushing it along).
1. Colt Four- Reload
I know, I know, a country music song. What is wrong with me? (Other than the fact I like it).
Seriously, though. It’s catchy, and let’s face it, everybody can find something relatable or encouraging in it.
I mean after all…
“There’s two things you need to know
We don’t retreat
We reload.”
2. NF-Remember This
Dude, it’s pretty driven, the beats catchy, and certain parts really make you think, and makes some good points.
“Anyone can take your life, but not what you believe in.”
“The real you is not defined by the size of your watches, the real you is who you are when ain’t nobody watchin’.”
This song is on replay-over and over and over again.
3. Hollyn-Love With Your Life
I mean, come on-it’s true. Also, can we just sit back, all of us with crummy voices, and admire how she hits those high notes with an unknown amount of perfection that we could never obtain in billions of years.
“If you wanna see a change, you gotta love with your life.”
4. Tori Kelley-Something Beautiful
I know, I’ve mentioned this song, but really, it’s inspirational, encouraging, and a hex of alot of help when going through cruddy problems.
“It’s just a blessing in disguise, without darkness there would be no night.”
5. Illuminate- Renegade
Catchy, and encouraging, and I would quote it, except I don’t feel like googling the lyrics.
6. KJ-52, Social Club, and Spzrkt- Island of the Misfit Toys
It covers EVERYONE.
And I mean hey, if your a Christian-or not-everyone needs a reminder that they’re loved sometimes.
“This is for the cutters, goofballs, run-aways, lonely, miserable, bullied kids, feeling like the old me, don’t forget, you are loved…”
7. Shinedown- What a Shame
If I remember correctly, some of their songs are a little adultism…? Or maybe that’s confused with someone else. Anyways, I really like this song-it makes you think about being judgmental, the singers voice is…well…I just really, really, like it.
“If there was nothing wrong, then there’d be nothing right.”
8. Pink Floyd- We don’t need no education.
Because I don’t, thank you.
“We don’t need no education, we don’t need no thought control.”
9. The Bangles- Walk Like an Egyptian
Am I the only one who has found that parents born in eighties are still obsessed with their music? Like, my grandmother isn’t as crazy about the music from the sixties like my mom, and some of my friends parents are obsessed with eighties music.
Really, this is all my mothers fault.
She has done this to me.
She has made me like this, and study the difference between current era music and music from her time.
This is all my mothers fault.
I have fallen for eighties music.
What has my life come to?!
“Walk like an Egyptian.”
10. Toby Mac-Feelin’ so Fly
Honestly I love this album so sugar-cookien’ much.
It’s awesome.
It took me five minutes to narrow it down to this one.
“You got me feelin’ so fly, there ain’t a day that goes by, a supernatural high…”
So that’s all I have for this month-music wise. Ya’ll can’t get rid of me that easily.
What’re your tunes this month?
Stay Ginchy,
HaziWords

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