All the Feels

It's Wednesday morning, and I have a long break between classes, so naturally I'm on YouTube.

Maybe it's because I haven't listened to the radio in a while, so I'm a little out of the loop when it comes to charts and single releases, but to me it sounds like suddenly musicians are extra loved-up. There's the cutesy dance-pop of Becky G, and the 'just give me a chance' party jam from Trey Songz. Then there's John Legend, with the beautiful "You and I":

I had heard it on radio a few times, and liked it purely because it was by John Legend, and his latest album is just golden to me. But then when I saw the video... I don't know if it's because a lot of it is filmed in a chill, slow-motion type of mood that just gets to your emotions, or if it's because of the lyrics, or the message of the song, but I actually felt myself tearing up. In my room, at 10:30 on a random Wednesday, John Legend got me.

Then, because I wanted to keep that moment, I went to listen to Justin Timberlake's "Not A Bad Thing". The video on Vevo tells a story about two documentary filmmakers who are looking for a couple that got with a Justin Timberlake song playing in the background, on a night train.

The fact that the song has now become a public project about love is what intrigued me here. I wanted so badly for them to have found the couple by the end of the video, which is a testament to the power of love. The story of two complete strangers from across the world had an impact on me.
(It reminds me of one of the "[all types of] love conquers all" segments that would have been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show years ago)
And just always did know how to write a song that would convince even the biggest cynic (*cough* *cough*) that love was real...

On the local front, I'm a really big fan of Bucie's "Easy To Love", produced by Heavy K:

Okay, let me get myself together. I have a class to get to- and a reputation to uphold.


  1. Also loving Easy to Love hey. Its got me dancing in my room too. And of course, as the Trey Songz fan between us, Change Your Mind gets a thumbs up from me too :-)


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