There’s something really satisfying about sounds that are totally new to our ears, even if they are old-time country vocal layered over trap synth. Our ears love novelty, and you can’t deny that’s what “Old Town Road” is giving us.
It’s 2019, and what we now know is that people don’t need saving – they need business. Particularly on vacation, shopping local, eating local, and staying local are the best (and easiest) ways to leave a positive impact on your favorite destinations.
Whether we’ll admit it or not, we all (lowkey) still want to be in a band. It’s the ultimate teenage fantasy that never quite fully disappears, and for a long time, it was only accessible through mega-expensive music lessons. But that was before YouTube.
While the SoundCloud Rap aesthetic has crossed over to the mainstream (and, according to some, subsequently died there), there seems to be a new, undefined era of SoundCloud hip hop that is effortfully pushing back against the formula.
Wedging yourself in a train car between sweaty commuters for 45 minutes isn’t exactly a candlelit bubble bath. What it can be, however, is a new moment of regeneration and inspiration in your day, with the right kind of podcast on deck.
A great source of confidence can come from watching people who don’t really have much expertise just go for something. Seeing people reach success by literally “faking it ‘til they make it” can be really empowering. The best source of inspiration? Kids and teens.
Originally published on Forbes.com A whopping 123.5 billion credit and debit card transactions are made in the U.S. annually, according to the Federal Reserve. Stephen Ready figured that one cent from each and every one of those purchases could raise quite a lot of money.