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13 Reasons Why You Should Listen to These New Songs and Not Bully People

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In today’s society, it’s a lot easier to criticize and be mean than it is to support, love, and boost others’ confidence. It’s easier to destroy than it is to build. Let’s be cognizant of this, and be aware of where we direct our negative energy. Everyone has those days where they’re not feeling someone, or something is not going their way. What’s important is how you deal with those negative energies.

Bullying someone is not a good use of that negative energy. It’s unnecessarily creating more of it. If you want to be mean, go pick on someone your own size (mentally and physically). Empathy goes a long way. You rarely see professionals at the highest levels berate others below them because it’s not a good working habit. Start developing good habits young, and do to others as you would have them do to you.

Below are 13 new songs that I can guarantee are a better alternative than making someone feel bad that didn’t ask for it.

Goldroom – Spread Love

Perfect song to start this reel off at #1 – it’s also #1 on Hypem at the moment. LA producer Goldroom releases a tribute to the artists who got him into dance music in the first place, a song promoting gratefulness.

 

Crooked Colours – I Hope You Get It (feat. Ivan Ooze)

The three piece band from Australia, Crooked Colours, come at us with a swinging synth indie/electro JAM. The song features Ivan Ooze who’s worked alongside the likes of Ice Cube and Ghostface Killah. This is the second track released from Crooked Colour’s forthcoming album ‘Vera’ out June 23rd. A song about promoting emotional resilience.

Melis – Love Song

OMG! The voice of an angel – currently #2 on Hypem. The singer from Berlin and Prague, Melis brings us a breath of fresh air with this vocal arrangement. Her 5 track EP is coming soon, and we’re excited for what’s to come next 😉 A song promoting love and distress.

 

weslee – GASSED ‘Stripped’

Back to back songs with a beautiful vocal arrangement. Weslee recently reached the #1 spot on BBC radio, and this is a stripped down version of that more percussive arrangement. This song promotes experimentation and being open to new things.

 

Pelussje – Down The River (feat. Josh Money)

Pelussje are an Italian bass music group born in 2004. This bubble gum pop/future bass track promotes knowing who you are and not being afraid.

Julian Lamadrid – No Trouble (waitwhat remix)

Beachy future bass remix jam of Berkeley, California producer Troy Skinner, a.k.a. waitwhat of Julian Lamadrid‘s No Trouble. This song promotes a simple request from someone getting through it, “please no trouble.”

 

Mike Akox – Sorry

This song really is similar to those I hear on pop radio. Really loving the vocal harmony with the percussion from the Ghana-born, Australian-based artist, Mike Akox. This song also teaches us a valuable lesson. This song promotes being apologetic and knowing when you’re wrong.

ISADORA – Let It Burn

Tel Aviv-based group, ISADORA, comes out with their official music video to their song that we love, Let It Burn. This song promotes mental resilience.

Clayjay – Mr. Sensei feat. Courtnie

An indie, chill, soul percussion arrangement dominating jam that promotes the importance in reaching out to other people for help. Find your Sensei. There are good people out in the world.

Jerry Folk – Purple Feelings ft. Rainsford

Jerry Folk comes out with his new future soul bass JAM that promotes feeling different than others. Sometimes you don’t fit in, so try and find other people feeling purple to talk about it.

Vasser – To The Wolves

Vasser is #1 on HumanHuman right now and for good reasons. This slow indie/chill trap arrangement is soothing to the soul and harmonic to the senses. This song promotes inevitable heartbreak.

Moullinex – Love Love Love

Groovy nu disco house vibes by Moullines from Portugal. This song promotes sharing, specifically to those who have plenty of love to those who might be lacking in love.

Jessica Frech – Cobalt (feat. Sarin)

Melodic bouncy indie arrangement from Nashville Native/ Utah based artist with a dream and a voice. This song promotes confidence and knowing what you want.

Chris Stack

After graduating from Kenyon College, Chris Stack joined a branding and marketing startup, BrandYourself (as seen on SharkTank), in New York City. After leading the company to grow past profitability as a leading account manager, Chris set his sights on his passion: music. He currently runs his own LLC in New York City, helping musicians in the city with their online presence and marketability. A native of the Washington DC area, Chris Stack's passions and hobbies include music production (8 years on Ableton), marketing, baseball (Mets), football (Ravens), Netflix n chillin, and the experience economy.

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