Some of you haven’t heard of Dubstep. Some of you have. Dubstep is a type of electronic dance music (according to wiki), and can actually be made on a computer. Most dubstep that I listen to are dubstep remixes, which is when the get a popular song and remix it, add dubstep, bass, and switch up the song into a climax where they will “drop the bass” where they add some cool beats and maybe some singing. I always listen to dubstep when maybe I need motivation. When I’m running, drawing, or on a hike. Here are some links to some GREAT motivation music: Sail Unlimited Gravity Remix, Somebody That I Used To Know, and Levels.
Classical is great music for studying. Yes, I know some of you think it is boring, but I keeps my mind awake and fast. Sometimes I can just close my eyes and I will be a artist painting an extravagant picture, or a lady at a palace ball, or an explorer sifting my way through a new land. You never know where this pristine music will take you. It also never fails to lighten my mood. It keeps me thinking, wondering, and exploring. I mostly listen to this music when I’m drawing, resting, and reading. Here are some links to classical music: The Best of Bach, Rage Over a Lost Penny, and Symphony 9~Beethoven.
HAPPY MUSIC! Now, I have a happy playlist to play whenever I feel sad. A happy playlist seriously brings out the best in you. If I ever need cheering up, these happy, motivational songs help me find my inner optimist: Here Comes the Sun, Warriors, and Eye of the Tiger.
Comment below what music you like!
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