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College Dress Relief's Spotify

Music, the so-called “universal language”. With its many subsets of genres, people across the world have developed a wide range of music tastes. Some people like a good ole’ country tune while they drive along the countryside, others like the bounce and dance-ability of Hip-Hop, some people like to kick back and relax to the smooth jazz coming from their record player that they bought from Urban Outfitters, and some even find the electronic bass drops of EDM to be acceptable. The point is, music has created this wonderful world within our own, and has allowed people to establish another set of their personal interests.

College Dress Relief has recently decided to start its own Spotify page! As of right now, we have three playlists: “Rap/ Hip-Hop Essentials, “Indie Essentials”, and “Ones To Watch”. The first of the two are pretty self-explanatory, but the third is a playlist that includes songs from artists that I personally believe have a future in the music industry. If you want to be able to say that you knew the artist before they blew up, then this is the playlist for you. The most notable artists on the playlist right now are Kwe The Artist, SoFaygo, and Ty Fontaine. If you need a playlist for a (socially distanced) party, “Rap Essentials” is right up your alley. It features artists like Jack Harlow, Lil Uzi Vert, Chief Keef, Drake, and many more of the household name artists of today. On the other hand, if you ever find yourself on an adventure, or just on a casual drive, try giving our “Indie Essentials” playlist a listen. The playlist contains artists/bands like Boy Pablo, Two Door Cinema Club, Tame Impala, Clairo, and more.

The Spotify page is only in its preliminary stages, and we are open to comments/criticism. If you want to visit it here's the link:

Consider giving us a follow and let us know on our Instagram what your favorite genre/artist/song is, and we’ll be sure to get started on making a playlist.

Written By: Owen Myers

Edited By: Crystal Lord

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