If you’re an avid Spotify user like myself, then you’ve probably already spent countless hours listening to your top songs of 2019 and top songs of the decade, released on Spotify in early December.
Songs can be connected to moments, memories and feelings, and a good playlist can ignite all of those. It’s safe to say I’ve done quite a bit of research to find the perfect playlist for many of life’s moments, and
As a tribute to rock legend, David Bowie, in partnership with the Brooklyn Museum, Spotify recently launched an interactive subway display in New York.
For those of you that have a Spotify account, you may have received a holiday email in the last two weeks containing some fun end-of-the-year stats on your listening habits. It included a series of your most listened to artists,
For the past 8 years, we have had a president who is, for lack of a better term, cool AF. And not to mention relatable. There was that time he made a Buzzfeed video spoofing himself (and addressed the “Thanks,
We’ve all been there. One evening on your commute home on the T, you’ve found yourself scrolling through the Instagram photos of your ex-boyfriend’s sister’s best friend’s account, checking out her most recent Euro Trip. How you got there? You’re
I am a firm believer that music makes everything better. I always seem to have something playing in the background – a little soundtrack to my life, if ya’ will. My “workout” Spotify playlist is a necessary accompaniment for my
The last time I took a CPR class was when I was 17 years old and living the dream as a summer camp counselor. While I recognize that CPR is such a valuable skill to have, safe to say I
I’ve never claimed to be super knowledgeable about music, and my listening pleasure is typically limited to the 90’s on 9 SIRIUS XM station in my car (don’t even ask me what Spotify and Rdio are). However, even I was