Waking up in the morning can be tough. I’m here to make it easy.
Nothing gets me going in the morning more than some upbeat and FUN music. When I turn on my sound bar in the morning, I want something to come out of it that is going to start my day off right.
Depending on what you are doing that day can change the type of music you play. That is, if you are going to the gym you might want something to get you amped up, Waka Flocka for example. And if you’re planning on having a few beers with your buddies out on the boat while you’re fishing, it might be more of a Zac Brown Band morning.
But these aren’t your typical morning music go-to’s. For you 9-5’ers, college students, stay at home parents or whatever you may do, I have the music to play to make sure you enjoy your day from morning to night. Morning jam’s can be music of any genre, depending on what you’re into. My suggestion is get a Pandora account and let it ride in the A.M. (Although I’m typically not a Pandora person, it is nice in the morning to let some consistent vibes ride out). Here are some solid morning Pandora stations:
Hip-Hop/Rap – Mula, Big Sean
Country – Boys Round Here, Blake Shelton
House/Dance -You And I, Deadmau5
Throw Backs – ABC, The Jackson 5
90’s Alternative – Crystal Baller, Third Eye Blind
Music can be tough to stay up to date with. In todays day and age, there are so many different genres of music, it is nearly impossible to keep downloading all the latest and greatest songs. Certain genres match up well with different events, times of the day and different people in general.
Picking the right music selection for night life, going out, and getting ready to go out can be difficult. I’m here to make it easy. Depending on where you’re from or who you are, can highly influence the type of music you play.
The first step to picking the right music to play when getting the night going is making sure everyone around you is going to like it. More importantly, it is going to get them excited and ready to rock n’ roll. If you’re rockin’ some slow jams while all of your friends are trying to get rallied up, it will only end poorly.
The next key role in picking your music is making sure to switch up the vibes, while sticking to the script. What I mean by this is, keep the music in check, while keeping the crowd wondering. That does’t mean throw on Ignition remix by R Kelly and then Drunk on you by Luke Brian. Maybe something more along the lines of switching from rap to a little house music and slowly keep the pace moving onto some upbeat country, Save a Horse by Big and RIch, for example.
Lastly, when someone requests a song, play it. Unless that person sucks…Or the song does…
Here are links to my two favorite songs of the week: