These are the highlights of this past week in music! Hopefully you can bump these tracks on your way to work to brighten up your Monday mornings, and to stay up-to-date on today’s music.
This week we have a new collaboration by Lil Boosie and the Coles (J. and Keyshia), a moving political track from Mike Posner, a Meek Mill and Travis Scott record dedicated to the late rappers Chinx and Lil Snupe, and an upbeat dance track from The Chainsmokers.
Earlier this month we had great and wild time at the Revelry Music and Arts Festival as The Chainsmokers rocked the University of Wisconsin crowd (check out our photos here). Less than a month later, we have an energetic and retro-influence new track from the electronic duo. The record is titled ‘Good Intentions’ and features songwriter/producer BullySongs. Also be sure to buy it now on iTunes (or check it out here on Spotify)!
Speaking on the record, The Chainsmokers described ‘Good Intentions’ as a track dedicated to all the “people who set out with the best intentions but end up with with the short end of the stick. The wonderful BullySongs from the UK wrote the topline explained to us that this song is all about those times that say to your lady or moms, ‘I am just running to the store, I’ll be back in an hour, and end up back at 5 AM…’ and that idea really resonated with us as trouble makers with hearts of gold.”
Listen to ‘Good Intentions’ and watch our Revelry Festival recap below!