In the immortal words of Plato, ‘Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.’
And though I’m not entirely sure that Britney Spears was thinking that when recording her 1999 hit album, Baby One More Time - I can certainly attest to the fact that whenever I’m finding it hard to motivate myself with work, turning the volume up on that bad boy gets me PUMPED for sending some emails.
Now, last week we asked some of you guys to share what you’ve been listening to, and boy you didn’t disappoint, so read on, open your Spotify app and let’s get PUMPED for the weekend!
Let's start with a little bit of Hall & Oates - You Make My Dreams which incidentally is how a lot of us feel about our first mug of coffee, mmmm, coffee..
After that we’re feeling a bit more chill, a bit more like we can let a strong bass-line take our bodies over, help us tap our feet through some emails, and what better tune for that than Childish Gambino - Redbone?
Now, the inbox is looking emptier and you want to grab that pre-lunch high but not sure what the soundtrack should be? Well it simply HAS to be DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince - Summertime!
So you’re sitting there, having listened to Summertime, wondering what song encapsulates the vibe? Well look no further than The Beach Boys - Wouldn’t It Be Nice, because a pint would definitely be nice, but we’ll have til work is over for now, not long yet...
It’s just hit 2pm on a workday, your housemate has offered you a cold beer from the fridge, you really shouldn’t snap it open until you’re done working but can’t resist, I guess there’s only one way to round off today, and it’s Britney Spears - Oops I Did It Again!
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