Have you heard? Music is free.
I (born 1982) grew up with music. Music in the morning, music in the afternoon, music in the evening….Michael Jackson, Steely Dan, Annie Lennox, Paul Simon, Tom Petty, Queen… Our house didn’t have a working heating system, our kitchen was completely out dated, our cars were never new, but we always had a great sound system and hundreds and hundreds of CDs. Dad (born 1944) has always kept up with the latest brilliant artist, he owned Dave Mathews and Beck before I ever knew who they were. In 2002 my mother and father went to a Cake concert. Ok, so the point, the point is, CDs were $17 when I was a teen, I remember buying Ace of Base for $17! I want my money back. Not that Ace of Base isn’t great #aplaceinmyheart, but Music is Free! I just went on Spotify and made a playlist, it includes all 5 albums by Ace of Base, including remixes and greatest hits, also I threw in all their songs in Karaoke versions, in case I want to re-live 1995 (singing alone in my bedroom).
Incase you didn’t know Music is free (legally free), I’d like to enlighten you:
Know what you want to hear? Want to listen to what your friends are listening to? Want to amass playlist after playlist of your favorites? What Pintrest is for images, Spotify is for music.
Do you love the radio? Do you want to discover new music from your favorite genres? Create station after station tailored to your preferences, based on music you love.
Don’t know what to listen to? Rollingstone.com has list after list of the greatest songs and best albums from the last century. Enough music to soundtrack the rest of your life.
It’s the age of free music…what are you listening to?