Country: Believe by Brooks and Dunn
Rock: Side Of a Bullet by Nickleback
Hip-Hop: Nothin but a G Thang by Dr. Dre
Rap: WooWAM by YBN Nahimr
Pop: Heatwaves by Glass Animals
Comedy: Pretty Pink Tractor by Tim Hawkins
EDM: We Are Young by Fun and Janelle Monae
New: A-Ok by Tai Verdez
sorry but i will add discriptions next time but I don't have time to add them today today
Thanks for sharing, @kayden_S. 👍
@kayden_S how about some classic rock along with some classic country and some 90's top pop songs. Take care and stay safe.
@MOHLovesAlaska sounds good and thanks for the requests
and by classic country are we talking chris ledoux and hank williams or older?
@kayden_S for classic country from the 50's thru today, I grew up on a family dairy farm in my childhood years my grandparents use to listen to country all the time, as did my parents. It was mostly the older country music, my parents loved the 60's and the 70's country. My older brothers Donny and David introduced me to what is considered classic rock today. I'm the 6th of 13 siblings.
Take care and stay safe.
would the class of 89 work?
All of whom had their first major breakthrough in 1989
Here are 7 songs from each of these amazing country artists
@kayden_S. You have some awesome song choices for today. Some of these great classics are some of my favorite old school county songs. Thanks for the post.
@kayden_S even though these songs are considered classic, most of them are still very popular today. Great job with your post. Take care and stay safe.
I agree with @MOHLovesAlaska . Some of these songs are truly timeless classics that have remained beloved since they came out.
@UncleBud and @MOHLovesAlaska what do you guys think i should do for this week whil i have the chance