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Feel-Good Chill Playlist

July 7, 2017
chill music playlist

Across a few genres (R&B, Hip-Hop, and Alternative, to name a few) this chill playlist collects a selection perfect for vibing on your own.

A lot of past favorites are included, but also here is the most popular blackbear single from his most recent album digital druglord. Categorized as an R&B/Soul mix, blackbear’s trendy chesty vocals sound great paired with R&B beats and more -“chateau” exemplifies this. Also featured on this album is the infamous Juicy J.

chill playlistAn artist that I see making a swift come up into the Indie-Pop mainstream is Bishop Briggs. With a discography of less than a dozen songs to claim as her own, this cultured twenty-something has been hustling with collaborators and touring the festival circuit to quickly get her name in an eager audiences’ mouth.

Bishop Briggs’s most popular song, “River” is included on this playlist, but her other songs aren’t a far reach and I do recommend checking them out on her self-titled EP almost anywhere online.

Feel-Good Chill Playlist – YouTube

Don’t Swallow The Cap – The National

Ways To Go – Grouplove     ((fun music video alert!!))

Endtapes – The Joy Formidable 

Tired of Talking – LEON

CRZY -Kehlani

I See Fire – Ed Sheeran

River – Bishop Briggs

It’s Strange (feat. K. Flay) – Louis the Child 

Say It (feat. Tove Lo) – Flume

Knock Knock – Mac Miller

do re mi – blackbear

Feel-Good Chill Playlist – iTunes

Here’s the playlist on iTunes and Spotify as well if you want to try it out and download it you dig. Enjoy your time alone with these fun vibes!

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