Top 5 : Favorite Artists

1. He Is We

They are an indie pop duo made up of Trevor Kelly and Rachel Taylor from Tacoma, Washington. They have a fresh acoustic sound, with amazing lyrics. Their lyrics are so honest and beautiful. The musicians themselves are humble and incredibly talented. I love that I can relate to almost every one of their songs.

Favorite Song: Blame It On The Rain

2. Mumford and Sons

They are a fold rock band from London that includes of Marcus Mumford (vocals, guitar, drums, mandolin), Ben Lovett (vocals, keyboards, accordion, drums), “Country” Winston Marshall (vocals, banjo, dobro), and Ted Dwane (vocals, string bass, drums, guitar). Their lyrics are like lines of a poem that describe real emotions and situations. The one thing I love about them is their relatable in their music.

Favorite Song: After The Storm

3. Adele

She is a talented singer-song writer from West Norwood, South London. You may have heard her popular songs “Rolling in the deep” and “Someone like you”. She has a killer voice and catchy songs to go with it. I find it hard not to sing her music loud and obnoxiously trying to match her amazing vocals.

Favorite Song: Chasing Pavement

4. Paramore

They are a rock band from Franklin, Tennessee that include lead vocalist Hayley Williams, bassist Jeremy Davis, and guitarist Taylor York. Their music is loud and catchy. It’s perfect for when your feeling a little ticked off.

Favorite Song: Misery Business

5. Justin Nozuka

He’s a Canadian singer-song writer that has a cool relaxed vibe to his music. His lyrics are simple and clean cut, but at the same time they are complex and deep. I love how his music is so easy to listen and relate to.

Favorite: Lullaby


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