Music is known to be a universal language, which is beyond any political, geographical and cultural boundary. It is one thing which unites all across the globe. No matter where you belong, music captivates all.
In India from past couple of decades western music has established its prominent place besides the native Indian forms of music. So much so that its essence can be felt in the music compositions of young India. From Grammys to Billboard Music awards, from Bee Gees and Pink Floyd to Adele and Imagine Dragons, we have a dedicated Indian audience following the trendiest International artists and numbers.
From Rock to Rap, Jazz to Pop, we love it all. Music players fully charged, playlists downloaded and headphone plugged in, we all are in for some groove & jive and a sunshiny day.
So here at Global Fashion Street we are sharing some of the top 5 numbers to make your smile a little brighter and with a few new additions to your playlist.
1. Calvin Harris feat. Frank Ocean & Migos, “Slide”
With a subtle instrumental prelude to an upbeat, Auto-Tuned interlude from Quavo with cool vocals this seems to be a song that can be played at any time of the day.
2 Drake, “Passionfruit”
Subtle house beats and mellow vibe as the background makes the song soothing and groovy and perfect for light dancing.
The song opens with the voice of Detroit DJ Moodyman taken from a 2010 set he did in Manchester, England.
3 Luis Fonsi Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber, “Despacito” (Remix)
Winning million of hearts across the globe and also probably one of the most played songs, this one is the first mostly Spanish language top 10 billboard since “Macarena” in 1996-97.
This remix version is also featuring the “Baby” artist Justin Bieber which had contributed to its popularity.
4 Lorde, “Green Light”
The Grammy-winning single “Royals” singer Lorde’s new single “ Green Light” had debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard + Twitter Trending 140 chart almost immediately after its release.
The exquisiteness of the song lies in its delicate start with the vocals and piano, followed by a light chorus and with the smooth turn in of some smashing beats. Indeed the song has a joyful undertone despite the lyrics and will make you feel energized and motivated.
5 Harry Styles, “Sign of the Times”
The lyrics of this classic-rock piece are “deeply personal” to Harry as revealed by some sources. Harry explained the meaning of the song to Rolling stones quoting-“Most of the stuff that hurts me about what’s going on at the moment is not politics, its fundamentals,” he said. “Equal rights. For everyone, all races, sexes, everything.”