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6 songs that remind me of summer!

Summer means beach, holiday and good times with friends. We all love travelling and those travels are more enjoyable with good music for sure. Before summer time, I will be sure about 2 things; cheap holidays and good music. I always book my tickets online and make sure I use coupons, and make a list of a summer song as following;

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Geri Halliwell Mi Chico Latino photo shoot

1. Mi Chico Latino by Geri Halliwell

Take me back to my sweet la vida…
Find my love, my dolce vita…

Geri Halliwell is my second favorite Spice Girl and the album Schizophonic didn’t disappoint! Mi Chico Latino is the song in the record that serves as a tribute to her Spanish roots. I was twelve years old when the video for the song came out and I was determined to have such body when I turn 18. Well, I think I kind of did when I reached that stage Don’t ask me now 😛

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Album Review: Dangerous Woman by Ariana Grande

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While Ari’s latex bunny mask on her record’s artwork could be best described as Happy Tree Friends meets 50 Shades of Grey, Dangerous Woman makes up for the gimmicky cover by giving us a performance that tops her last two albums Yours Truly (2012) and My Everything (2014). Although a predominantly pop album, Dangerous Woman also incorporates R&B influences throughout the record and is ultimately Grande coming to terms with her sound and her maturity as an artist.

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Album Review: ANTI by Rihanna

Three long years has passed since badgal Riri released her last album Unapologetic in 2012. Following a slew of unrelated “releases” to fill the gaps in-between (none of which even made the cut), the pressure was on to make the comeback album that everyone had been waiting for—but was it really worth the wait?

Rihanna's much-awaited comeback album 'ANTI'

Rihanna’s much-awaited comeback album ‘ANTI’

At a glance, ANTI lacks the theme and shock value her previous albums had. It wasn’t studded with bubblegum pop hits like Good Girl Gone Bad, possessed the raunchy playfulness of Loud or the commercial marketability of Talk That Talk. However, Rihanna manages to stick to her roots and incorporate dancehall and the occasional patois, as she did with “Rude Boy” on her 2009 album Rated R—which is possibly one of the redeeming factors of ANTI.

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