The spring break gives you the opportunity of letting go and relaxing. Most of the people have a greater preference for relaxing while listening to some interesting music on the basis of their most preferred music genre.
I really love music especially when I am alone to kill the boredom, and this attribute has given me the opportunity of listening to different artists, some who are not even known to many. I am providing a list of music albums in my post, which will guarantee that you will have the perfect spring break if you listen to them.
Regardless of what you are doing, whether traveling, studying, or simply kicking back, the albums will absolutely force you on your feet and have a dance.
Full Circle Album by Loretta Lynn
Loretta Lynn is an American songwriter and singer of country music. Lynn released the album on March 4, 2016, and became her 44th solo studio album, after having spent so many years in the music industry.
Lynn released the album after being out of action for 12 years. Notably, she is 87 years and has over 50 music albums to her name. The beauty about the Full Circle album is that it is composed of numerous classic covers and other new songs that are a representation of the musical history of Loretta.
These songs are, therefore, perfect for your spring break, and you can start by listening singles in the album like “Everything it Takes” and “Who’s Gonna Miss Me” if you have doubts about my selection of the album. Indeed, Full Circle is a massive hit. In fact, it has been recommended by many professionals who offer assignment help online.
2. The Life of Pablo Album by Kanye West
Kanye West’s Album titled “The Life of Pablo” and his seventh studio album is one of the scintillating albums I have ever listened to. Kanye released the album on February 14, 2016 – I do not know whether it is a coincidence releasing the album on Valentine’s Day considering that the album features several love songs.
This album has a number of tracks like Ultralight Beam, Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1, Waves, Real Friends, Wolves, and Frank’s Night among others.
These tracks are breathtaking, have a strong message, and the instrumentals are simply on point, not mentioning the incredible voice Kanye commands. I do not want to be biased because I believe I am one of the greatest fans of Kanye, but there is great a deal in The Life of Pablo album.
3. Blue Neighborhood by Troye Sivan
I will only be unfair if I do not select the Blue Neighborhood album in my top seven albums to listen during a spring break. Troye Sivan is a rising YouTube ace from Australia, who released the album in 2015.
“My interest in this album and the songs is how Troye uses a unique sound and that cannot do less than leaving your blood pumping by listening to the album”, says Hellen Johnson, the author of academized reviews.
Currently, the lead single in the album titled “Youth” has more than 118 million views on YouTube, which is an indication that the song is a hit.
Troye’s unique voice is complemented by incredible instrumentals, that make it worth listening on spring break.
4. Big Day in a Small Town by Brandy Clark
This album is Brandy’s second studio album after the debut album titled 12 Stories. It a significant way, I consider the album to be a massive hit, which has seen it being nominated for various awards such as the Best Country Album having featured country songs.
As a matter of fact, the second single of the album named “Love Can Go To Hell” got the nomination for the Best Country Solo Performance during the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.
The songs in the album contain an extremely powerful message that only leaves the listener wanting for a repeat. Indeed, a spring break cannot be any better without listening to this album.
5. The Dutchess by Fergie
The beauty of this album and the rationale behind its selection as one of the best albums to listen to during a spring break relates to how Fergie has experimented by use of different genres of music like soul, punk rock, reggae, R&B, hip hop, and pop.
More importantly, I really love the organization of the themes of the songs in the album regarding the issue of drug abuse and addiction, love, and critics.
In fact, the sentiments of the album are an emblem of a pure message to the society, apart from the joy of having to listen to different music genres in one album. It is beyond enjoying music when you listen to singles in the album such as the “London Bridge”, “Fergalicious”, “Glamorous”, and “Big Girls Don’t Cry”.
The Blue Album by Lukas Graham
This album is famously known as simply Lukas Graham and was released in 2015 by Lukas Graham band from Denmark as the second studio album. My choice of this album is inspired by how catchy and emotional the songs in the album are.
The songs in the band have been featured on different media stations and online platforms, which have greatly attracted significant attention from the lovers of music. Some of the most famous songs in the album are “7 Years”, “Happy Home”, “Mama Said”, and “Take the World by Storm”. For sure, I cannot wait for the next album from this band.
7. Midwest Farmer’s Daughter by Margo Price