On Repeat #39

Who Gon Stop Me - Jay Z & Kanye West
Aaaand I'm back, with something not country. You're welcome, I suppose. I've been in a bit of rediscovery mode this week; Which, yes, has included some country as well. Ultimately though, Jay & Yeezy took back my heart with this album. I genuinely forgot how good it was. I don't know how that's possible, but it happened. Anyway, I really love this album as a whole, but after that wonderful, wonderful K-State win, I've been on a bit of a binge with this song in particular. So if you've been living under a rock and never listened to this album, go right now and do it. You won't regret it. And if you're like me, dust it off and give it another whirl because it's wonderful. Other honorable mentions for this week: H.A.M., Gotta Have It and Otis.

Fall In Love- Phantogram
I've been in love with Phantogram for quite some time now. So when I heard their newest single I automatically fell in love. "Don't Move" and "Fall In Love" as well as a lot of Dum Dum Girls have been played this week. Phantogram is known for their electronic sound and I, for one, can say that I'm beyond excited to hear the upcoming because the single is so damn catchy and good.

Someone Else - Miley Cyrus
     Tessa has long sung the praises of Miley Cyrus' new album but I just got on the bandwagon. I haven't been able to stop listening to her album and picking a favorite was one of the most difficult decisions I made this week. Miley really outdid herself on some of the tracks while others still seem somewhat immature. Other songs to check out on the album: Maybe You're Right, Do My Thang, and of course, Wrecking Ball and We Can't Stop.

Chances - The Strokes
     Lo siento, I have to post The Strokes again this week. I finally got a chance to delve into their new album, Comedown Machine. "Chances" is slightly more mellow and laid back than their usual tracks but it's still a winner for me. It really showcases Julian's vocals, but obviously still has the cool synthy sound they're known for. Honestly, I think I still prefer their older albums but still this newest addition a fantastic way to switch things up. I'd also highly recommend you have a listen to "Call it Fate, Call it Karma" and "50/50".


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