On my Spotify’s favorites this May 2020.

Music has always been an essential part of my daily life.

Being a professional deejay with 15 years of experience, I have been eating, dreaming, breathing music for as long as I can remember.
I thought it would be nice to share with you, a few of the songs that made me fall in love with them for this month.

You can find my playlists on my Spotify profile, where you can also follow me to be updated.

Amber Westerman, Your Homebody

The first one is the catchy tune by Amber Westerman, with her Your Homebody.
It is her first release and honestly, I asked her to keep on producing.
It is a funny, sunny, love song that will make you hit the repeat button to listen to it again.
She made it right away into my “Girl Power” Spotify’s playlist as I hope she will keep producing more songs in the future, aiming to an album.
You can listen to it here.

Becca Gohn, Colored in Blue

Another great one is the jazzy song Colored in Blue with the soft and sexy voice of Becca Gohn.
You listen to her, and she could easily be the new voice of Jessica Rabbit if a new movie was planned.
She has all the enchanting sound of a diva from the ’40s when clubs were cigars and whiskey and Borsalino’s hat.
Click here to listen to her.

Posey, Honey Bear

If Amy Winehouse was still alive, she would have her as an opening act.
I am talking about the young and talented Posey, a blondie LA girl, with a voice able to give you goosebumps and a unique style.
This girl is gonna go musically far.
Her Honey Bear is to die for, listen to it here.

Beau Boulden, You Will Always Be

Among all those ladies, the English gentleman Beau Boulden made it to my playlist with the romantic piano ballad You will Always Be.
This song should be featured as OST for some movie, and he deserves to hit the charts with the vocal range he has.
If you love someone, take them to dance on this one.

Heatcote Hill, ‘Til These Troubles – acoustic version

Heathcote Hill went acoustic and I am not sure that a song can get any better than this. It is just flawless.
I am talking about the track ‘Til These Troubles (acoustic), which is breathtaking.

I do appreciate a lot the acoustic versions of songs as to me, they are more personals and I tend to listen more to acoustic than to studio versions of the tracks.

Listen to this beautiful edition right here.

A small disclaimer…

This was a quick update but if you have any suggestions, feel free to leave a comment, and let’s grow together with our music panorama.

I also want to add, that this is not a sponsored post, I have not received a payment to post about these artists, and they are unaware of me writing this article (tadaaa! Surprise guys!).

All that was reviewed and mentioned above is purely my own opinion on songs that are actually part of my Spotify’s Playlists.

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