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GSOTD (Genre Songs Of The Day) (Clean Only)

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Pop: Foolish Games by Jewel.   Foolish Games (LP Version) "Foolish Games"/"You Were Meant for Me" ranked at number 15 on Billboard's All-Time Top 100 and held the record in the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest chart run of a single for "Foolish Games"/"You Were Meant for Me", which charted for 65 weeks. (Side note). This is my favorite overall song, as well as the artist. 

Easy Listening: Unchained Melody by The Righteous Brothers.  Unchained Melody  The repertoire included some of the Righteous Brothers' best-known songs, such as "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'," "Soul & Inspiration," "Unchained Melody", but also the later "Rock and Roll Heaven", as well as Bill Medley's "The Time of My Life".

Country: Making Believe by Emmylou Harris. Making Believe (2003 Remaster) Emmylou Harris is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. She has released dozens of albums and singles throughout her career and has won 14 Grammys, the Polar Music Prize, and numerous other honors, including induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame. In 2018 she was presented with the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

Christian/ Christian Contemporary: How Can It Be by Lauren Daigle.  How Can It Be Lauren Ashley Daigle was born on September 9, 1991. Daigle grew up in Lafayette, Louisiana in an environment of zydeco, Cajun, and blues music.

Rock/ Rock-n-Roll: She Talks To Angels by The Black Crowes.  She Talks To Angels  This is regarded by many as The Black Crowes' best and most well-known song. It hit number one on the US Album Rock Tracks chart and number 70 on the UK Singles Chart in 1991. The eighth track on The Black Crowes ‘ 1990 album Shake Your Money Maker and one of the singles from the album.


download (11).jfif Genre Songs Of The Day (GSOTD)  Updated as of 3/27/24.

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I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving day with loved ones yesterday. Here are my choices for GSOTD for this Friday, enjoy the music. 

Pop: Girls Chase Boys by Ingrid Michaelson. Michaelson discussed the background of the project on her Facebook page: Girls Chase Boys started out as a breakup song but took on a deeper meaning as I continued writing. More than just being about my experience, its focus shifted to include the idea that, no matter who or how we love, we are all the same.

Adult Contemporary/Rock & Roll: Sea Of Love by The Honeydrippers.

About “Sea of Love”. Sea of Love was originally sung by Phil Phillips in 1959. In 1984, The Honeydrippers covered the song and their version peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart for a week in December of 1984.

Alternative Rock: Everybody Hurts by R.E.M.

R.E.M.’s “Everybody Hurts” is designed to prevent people from taking their own lives.

Singer/ Songwriter: Hold Back The River by James Bay. 

'Hold Back The River' is a metaphor for that feeling.". James Bay penned the song after a headlining show in London. He wanted to connect with all those he knew who had come to the gig, even if he barely had the time to see them.

Country: Satisfied by Jewel.

According to the Satisfied Song facts, this song arose from conversations Jewel had with her husband Ty Murray about what is happiness and what makes a person happy. 

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.  

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@AlyssaPandora  yes, it has been awhile, but I am glad you are adding GSOTD  today. I will add them to the GSOTD playlist as I listen to each one. Have a great day, take care and stay safe.  

P.S I listened to all of your choices, they were great, including the remix from the first song of your choice. Thank you AlyssaPandora. Be safe.  


Here are my choices for GSOTD for this Saturday. Enjoy the music. 

Adult Contemporary: I Love You Always Forever by Donna Lewis.   Donna Lewis's 1996 hit 'I Love You Always Forever' became a global phenomenon, climbing to the top of the charts in countries around the world.

Indie Rock: How We Operate by Gomez.  How We Operate is the fifth studio album by the English indie rock band Gomez released in May 2006 by ATO Records. Production on the album was overseen by the band as well as Gil Norton, known for his work on albums by artists such as Pixies, Foo Fighters and Pere Ubu. 

Progressive Rock: Give A Little Bit by Supertramp.   In addition to “Give a Little Bit,” Roger also gave us timeless classics such as Breakfast in America, The Logical Song, Dreamer, Take the Long Way Home, School, It's Raining Again, Fool's Overture, and many more. "Give a Little Bit has a wonderful message that makes people light up and I get them to sing with me.

Indie Pop: Hands by Jewel.   "Hands" is the first single released from American singer Jewel's second album, Spirit. Jewel wrote the song following an incident in which she considered stealing a sundress after getting fired from various jobs due to kidney troubles, and she decided that her hands were better suited to writing songs than stealing clothes. Written as one of the last songs for the album, the lyrics express how the smallest decisions have the power to make change.

Reggae: One Day by Tate McRae.   “One Day” is Tate McRae’s debut single, posted to YouTube on October 20th, 2017. In the song, Tate speaks about unrequited love and the inner thoughts of a girl and a guy pining over each other. It was initially recorded in Tate’s bedroom unprofessionally.

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.  


Here are my choices for GSOTD for this Sunday. Enjoy the music.

Folk Rock: Budapest by George Ezra.   “Budapest” is George Ezra’s lead single from his debut album Wanted on Voyage. The song was released in Italy on 13 December 2013, in the UK 18 April 2014, and in the US on 23 September 2014. “Budapest” is basically Ezra’s declaration that nothing matters as much as his love.

Dance: Roar by Katy Perry.   “Roar” by Katy Perry. This song is all about overcoming challenges and getting back up on your feet when someone or something comes along and knocks you down.

Pop: Distance by Christina Perri.   "I wrote it about being in love with someone and not being able to tell them. All of my songs are so specific. They're a story in my life or something I went through which I pull from. I wrote this about the summer of 2010. I fell in love with someone, and we had to work pretty closely together. I had to pretend I didn't like him which was the hardest thing for me because I'm not good at lying [Laughs]. The song is about the feelings and swimming in that kind of tension when you're around someone and trying to keep it cool. That's what it means for me. Instead of telling him I loved him, I wrote it to him in a song.

Jazz: Venice by Chris Botti.   Christopher Stephen Botti, is an American trumpeter and composer. In 2013, Botti won the Grammy Award in the Best Pop Instrumental Album category, for the album Impressions. He was also nominated in 2008 for his album Italia and received three nominations in 2010 for the live album Chris Botti In Boston. Four of his albums have reached the No. 1 position on the Billboard jazz albums chart.

Soul: When You Love Somebody by Leela James.  A Change Is Gonna Come is the debut album by American soul singer–songwriter Leela James. It was released on Warner Bros. Records on June 21, 2005 in the United States.

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.   

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Good Monday morning to all, here are my choices for GSOTD, enjoy the music.

Rock: A Little Honey by Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats.

Nathaniel David Rateliff is an American singer and songwriter based in Denver, whose influences are described as folk, Americana and vintage rhythm & blues. Rateliff has also performed with Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, an R&B side-project he formed in 2013.

New Age: Haven Of Peace by Constance Demby. 

Constance "Connie" Demby is singer, experimental musical instrument inventor, painter, sculptor, and multi-media producer. Her work falls into several categories, including ambient or space music. She is considered a pioneer in new age music best known for her album Novus Magnificat.

Christian/Gospel: So Will I (100 Billion X) by Hillsong United.

Hillsong United is a word of faith worship band that originated as a part of Hillsong Church. Formed in 1998 as part of Hillsong's youth ministry, the band consists of several rotating worship leaders from the church, including Joel Houston, Taya Smith-Gaukrodger, Matt Crocker, Jonathon Douglass, Jad Gillies and Benjamin Hastings. 

Pop: White Flag by Dido.

When in battle, a white flag indicates that the person behind the door wants to surrender. By the absence of a flag, the narrator is essentially stating that she intends to fight until the bitter end, and that she will not give up on her relationship with her partner.

Singer/Songwriter: Carry You by Ruelle (feat. Fleurie).  

Maggie Eckford or Margaret Eckford (born November 21, 1985), better known by her stage name Ruelle, is an American electropop singer-songwriter. Her music has been used on television series such as the opening theme songs of Dynasties ("Game of Survival"), Shadowhunter's ("This Is the Hunt"), and The Shannara Chronicles ("Until We Go Down").

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.  



My choices for GSOTD for this first day of December, enjoy the music. 

World: Total Eclipse of the Heart by Bonnie Tyler. 

“Total Eclipse of the Heart” reached high positions in many charts worldwide during 1983, including number 1 in the UK Singles and the US Billboard Top 100. The song also won the Variety Club award.

Pop: Walk Me Home by P!nk.

"Walk Me Home" is a song recorded by American singer Pink for her eighth studio album, Hurts 2B Human. The track was announced during an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show broadcast on February 6, 2019, and it was released as the lead single from the album on February 20, 2019 by RCA Records. "Walk Me Home" was written by Pink, Scott Friedman, and Nathaniel Ruess. 

R&B: Jealous by Labrinth."

Jealous" is a song by English electronic musician Labrinth. Written with Josh Kear and Natalie Hemby, the song was released on 23 November 2014. 

Country: Together Again by Emmylou Harris. Emmylou Harris is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. She has released dozens of albums and singles over the course of her career and has won 14 Grammys, the Polar Music Prize, and numerous other honors, including induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame. In 2018 she was presented the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

Gospel: Pray by Koryn Hawthorne.

Koryn Mattanah Hawthorne is an American contemporary Christian music and gospel singer. Hawthorne was a finalist in season 8 of NBC's singing competition The Voice, at the age of 17, as a member on Pharrell Williams's team. After placing fourth on the show, Hawthorne got signed to RCA Inspiration, a division of Sony Music dedicated to gospel music recordings. Her debut studio album, Unstoppable, was released on July 13, 2018, and earned her multiple awards nominations, including two Grammy nominations. 

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.  


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My selected songs of the day, I'm in a R&B kind of mood today:

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Acoustic Reggae: Slow Down by Skip Marley + H.E.R 

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R&B: Not Another Love Song by Ella Mai

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R&B: Whoa by Snoh Aalegra

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@AlyssaPandora  I am just seeing your GSOTD now, I had missed them yesterday. I am adding them to the GSOTD playlist now. Thanks for adding to the GSOTD Alyssa, have a great day, take care and stay safe.  

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Here are my choices for GSOTD for this Wednesday. Enjoy the music.

Grunge/Alternative Rock: All Apologies by Nirvana.   "All Apologies" is a song by the American rock band Nirvana, written by vocalist and guitarist, Kurt Cobain. It is the 12th and final song on the band's third and final studio album, In Utero, released in September 1993.

Country pop: The Sweetest Thing by Juice Newton.   "The Sweetest Thing (I've Ever Known)" is a country-pop song written by Otha Young for Juice Newton in the mid-1970s. Newton was known for charting hits on the Hot 100, AC, and Hot Country charts - and this song has the distinction of being the only single of hers to reach the top 10 on all three of those charts, peaking at #1 on two of them.

Hip-Hop: Killing Me Softly With His Song by Fugees.   Hip hop group Fugees covered the Flack version of the song (as "Killing Me Softly") on their album The Score (1996), with Lauryn Hill singing the lead vocals. Their version became a hit, reaching number two on the U.S. airplay chart.

Americana/Folk/Gospel: Come On Up To The House by Tom Waits.   Thomas Alan Waits is an American singer, songwriter, musician, composer, and actor. His lyrics often focus on the underbelly of society and are delivered in his trademark deep, gravelly voice. He worked primarily in jazz during the 1970s, but his music since the 1980s has reflected greater influence from blues, rock, vaudeville, and experimental genres.

Soft Rock: If You Leave Me Now by Chicago.   "If You Leave Me Now" is a song by the American rock group Chicago, from their album Chicago X. It was written and sung by bass player Peter Cetera and released as a single on July 31, 1976. It is also the title of a Chicago compilation album released by Columbia Records in 1983. The single topped the Billboard Hot 100 on October 23, 1976, and stayed there for two weeks.  

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.   


Here are my choices for GSOTD for this Thursday. Enjoy the music.  

Country Rock: Third Rate Romance by The Amazing Rhythm Aces.

"Third Rate Romance" is a song written by Russell Smith, first recorded in Montreal in 1974 by Jesse Winchester and his band the Rhythm Aces, assisted by Smith. It became a hit the following year by the newly re-formed Amazing Rhythm Aces on its 1975 album Stacked Deck.

R&B: The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face by Roberta Flack.

Roberta Cleopatra Flack (born February 10, 1937) is an American singer. She is known for her No. 1 singles "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face", "Killing Me Softly with His Song", "Feel Like Makin' Love"; and "Where Is the Love" and "The Closer I Get to You", two of her many duets with Donny Hathaway.
Flack is the only solo artist to win the Grammy Award for Record of the Year on two consecutive years: "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" won at the 1973 Grammys and "Killing Me Softly with His Song".

Hip-Hop/Rap: Signs by Drake.

The way of understanding life is through signs. Trying to elevate the power complex of reaching goals whiles held static by personal emotional states which grounds the basis for an easy turn. Not to get too caught up in the perfection of bliss but to stay with the individual till it ghost especially when there's an emphasis on enframing this ongoing hyperreality.

Pop: Joke's On You by Charlotte Lawrence.

“Jokes On You” is the second single off of the Birds of Prey (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by American singer Charlotte Lawrence. On January 15, 2020, Charlotte announced the song with an Instagram post.

Alternative Rock: 3AM by Matchbox Twenty.

"3AM" is the third single and the third track from Matchbox 20's debut album, Yourself or Someone Like You. The song topped the Canadian RPM Top Singles chart for two weeks and the US Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart for ten weeks; it was not eligible to chart on the Billboard Hot 100 at the time due to not receiving a physical release in the United States. Outside North America, "3AM" reached number 31 in Australia and became a minor hit in Europe.

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.    


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Hi everyone - Happy Thursday! In a soulful mood today, so these songs a bit older except for Beyoncé's remix. 😉Here are my GSOTD selections:

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R&B: Before I Let Go (Homecoming Live Album) by Beyoncé

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Disco: Square Biz by Teena Marie

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R&B with Jazz Influences: Betcha By Golly Wow by Phyllis Hyman

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Soul: Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours) by Stevie Wonder

@MOHLovesAlaska I love Drake - one of my favorite artists! 👍

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@AlyssaPandoragood Thursday morning to you. I am listening to your choices now, I am also adding them to the GSOTD playlist. Thank you Alyssa for your GSOTD choices, have a great Thursday, take care and stay safe.   


Here is my selection for GSOTD for this Friday, enjoy the music.  

Alternative Rock: Fade Into You by Mazzy Star.   “Fade Into You” by Mazzy Star evokes the feeling of deep longing with its slow and repetitive melody, wrapped in sorrowful strings that pull the song’s tone back and forth between hope and despair.

Soul: Respect by Aretha Franklin.   “Respect” is arguably the most famous song of Aretha Franklin’s entire career. In 2004, the song was ranked at the #5 position on Rolling Stone‘s list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All time.

R&B: Don't Matter to Me by Drake and Michael Jackson.   "Don't Matter to Me" is a song by Canadian musician Drake featuring posthumous vocals from American singer-songwriter Michael Jackson, from Drake's fifth studio album Scorpion. It was sent to British contemporary hit radio on July 6, 2018 as the album's fourth single. The song was set to be released to US rhythmic radio on July 10, 2018 alongside "In My Feelings". However, its release in the country was cancelled when Republic Records decided to solely push "In My Feelings" to rhythmic and contemporary hit radio stations in the US. Commercially, the song has reached No. 1 in Sweden as well as the top 10 in Australia, Canada, the Czech Republic, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Post-Disco: Thriller by Michael Jackson.   Michael Jackson’s short film for “Thriller” was the third of three short films produced for recordings from Thriller, which continues its reign as the biggest selling album of all time with worldwide sales in excess of 105 million as of June 1, 2016 and in December 2015 became the first ever album to be awarded triple diamond status (i.e.: sales in excess of 30 million) by the RIAA for US sales alone. The “Thriller” single reached No. 1 in four countries in 1984, topping the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart as well as charts in Spain, France and Belgium. The song peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100, making Thriller the first album to feature seven Top 10 singles. The Recording Industry Association of America certified “Thriller” Gold and Platinum on December 4, 1989.

Pop: Brave by Sara Bareilles.   Writer(s): ANTONOFF JACK, BAREILLES SARA BETH The first single from her fourth studio album. "Brave" was inspired by Sara Bareilles' life. This song was written with the help of Jack Antonoff, guitarist of the band "Fun.". Actress Rashida Jones directed this song's music video which was filmed in Los Angeles.

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.  


Here are my choices for GSOTD for this Saturday, enjoy the music.  

Folk/Blues/Rock: Blame It On Me by George Ezra.

"Blame It on Me" is a song by British singer-songwriter George Ezra. It was released as the fourth single from his debut studio album, Wanted on Voyage (2014). The song was released in the United Kingdom as a digital download on 11 August 2014 through Columbia Records.

R&B/Hip-Hop: When I Think of You by Janet Jackson. "When I Think of You" is the third single from Janet Jackson's third studio album, Control (1986). Written by Jackson, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, and produced by Jam and Lewis, the song is about a person who finds relief and fun in a lover.

Pop: Genie In A Bottle by Christina Aguilera.

Released in 1999, “Genie In A Bottle” was the lead single from Christina Aguilera ’s self-titled debut album. The song sold over 7 million copies, and propelled her to international success.

Scottish Traditional: St. Kilda Set by The Tannahill Weavers.

The Tannahill Weavers are a band which performs traditional Scottish music. Releasing their first album in 1976, they became notable for being one of the first popular bands to incorporate the sound of the Great Highland Bagpipe in an ensemble setting, and in doing so helped to change the sound of Scottish traditional music. In 2011 the band were inducted into the Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame.

Sonata/Opera: Sullaria from The Marriage of Figaro by Karita Mattila.

Karita Marjatta Mattila is a Finnish operatic soprano. Mattila appears regularly in the major opera houses worldwide, including the Metropolitan Opera, the Royal Opera House in London, Théâtre du Châtelet, Opéra Bastille, the Lyric Opera of Chicago, San Francisco Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Vienna State Opera, Toronto Roy Thomson Hall, and Großes Festspielhaus in Salzburg.

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.  






My songs for the day are:

Paper Thin - David Ramirez - Paper Thin 

Rich Girl - Daryl Hall & John Oats - Rich Girl 

Black Like Me - Mickey Guyton - Black Like Me 

Kendrick Lamar - Alright - Alright 

@court9723awesome, thanks for sharing your GSOTD picks, I will add them to the GSOTD playlist, this playlist is a public playlist for all to be able to enjoy. Your songs will be on that playlist. Thanks again, you take care and stay safe.  

P.S I want to keep the GSOTD playlist clean due to the fact that it is a public playlist. Some of those listeners may be little ones. So any explicet language in a song will not be added to the GSOTD playlist. Take care, be safe.  


Here are my choices for GSOTD for this Sunday, enjoy the music.  

Rock: The Joker by  Steve Miller Band.   The Joker is, without question, the turning point in Steve Miller's career, the album where he infused his blues with a big, bright dose of pop and got exactly what he deserved: Top Ten hits and stardom.

Grunge: Alive (Brendan O'Brien Mix) by Pearl Jam. 

"Alive" is the debut single by American rock band Pearl Jam. It was released on July 7, 1991, 51 days before the release of the band's debut album, Ten, on which "Alive" appears. Written by guitarist Stone Gossard, the song originated as an instrumental titled "Dollar Short" and was included on a demo tape circulated in hopes of finding a singer for the group.

Indie Rock: Don't Go by The Greeting Committee.

Sep 04, 2018 · “Don’t go” is the final song of The Greeting Committee’s first studio album, This Is It. The track was released as a single on September 4th, 2018, and later on October 9th, 2018.

Pop Rock/Country Rock/Soft Rock: Just When I Needed You The Most by Randy Vanwarmer. 

Randy Vanwarmer was an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. His biggest success was the pop hit, "Just When I Needed You Most". It reached No. 8 on the UK Singles Chart in September 1979 after peaking at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 1 on Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks earlier that year.

Country Gospel: Where No One Stands Alone by Jan Howard.

Jan Howard was an American author, country music singer and songwriter. As a singer, she placed 30 singles on the Billboard country songs chart, was a Grand Ole Opry member and was nominated for several major awards. As a writer, she wrote poems and published an autobiography. Additionally, she was married to American country songwriter Harlan Howard. Jan Howard passed away in March of 2020 at the age of 91. 

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.  


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Happy Monday! 👋

Hope everyone is doing well. Below are my GSOTD choices:

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Gospel: Lift Up Your Voices by Sunday Service 

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R&B: Damage by H.E.R

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Acoustic / Country / Folk: July by Noah Cyrus + Leon Bridges

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Folk Rock: You Are the Best Thing by Ray LaMontagne

Enjoy the tunes 🎧

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@AlyssaPandora  great choices, (as always). I added them to the GSOTD playlist. I also collected your first song, Lift Up Your Voices, and your second song July. Thank you Alyssa for your GSOTD choices, have a great Monday. You take care and stay safe.   


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Here are my GSOTD choices for this Monday. Enjoy the tunes.

Rock: All I Really Want by Alanis Morissette.

On one of the grungiest cuts off  Jagged Little Pill, Alanis confrontationally vents about the dissonant, frustrating, and often constrictive nature of a relationship. Touchstone demons include being a misfit, impulsive, needy, and lonely.

Pop: Pocket Full Of Sunshine by Natasha Bedingfield. 

The song, with its catchy “take me away” chorus, received multiple placements in commercials and TV promos. It was released as a single January 15, 2008 and reached #1 on the Billboard Dance charts and #5 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Pop Rock: Manhattan from the Sky by Kate Voegele.

"Manhattan from the Sky" is one of three singles from singer-songwriter Kate Voegele 's second studio album, A Fine Mess. This single and the rest of her album was produced by Mike Elizondo, who has worked with Pink and Maroon 5.

Jazz: Hail To The Real Chief by Miles Davis.

Miles Dewey Davis III was an American jazz trumpeter, bandleader, and composer. He is among the most influential and acclaimed figures in the history of jazz and 20th-century music. Davis adopted a variety of musical directions in a five-decade career that kept him at the forefront of many major stylistic developments in jazz.

Southern Gospel:  Tis The Old Ship Of Zion by Romance Watson.

Gospel singer Romance Watson was born in Chicago, Illinois on January 4, 1930 to Laura and Amos Watson. He is the youngest of three siblings. Watson graduated Fuller Elementary and Wendell Phillips High School in Chicago.  (My opinion) Romance Watson has the best male singing voice I have ever heard. If you have a chance, you should watch him sing this song on you tube. 

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.