As this year turn out to something beyond everyone capacity, music may well go down as the year of the isolation song, confined under stay at home policy.
Artist around the world have shared their cooped up feelings as the seasons march on, even the songs released before the pandemic outbreak changed the daily pace hit a different way as they echo around the confines of our more socially distant context.
we going to have the privilege of watching top song so far…like Bad Bunny’s “Yo Perreo Sola,” Phoebe Bridgers, “Garden Song” and many like that.
Phoebe Bridgers, “Garden Song”
One of California singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers’s foremost abilities is her world-building: she can create startlingly vivid scenes with just a few turns of poetic phrase.
Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande, “Rain on Me”
Two pop stars at the peak of their powers. An emotional dance-floor anthem. Plenty of lines with double meanings that point to both their personal struggles and some of the universal pains brought on by the pandemic.
Mac Miller, “Good News”
The first single released after rapper Mac Miller’s death in 2018, “Good News” is meditative at its core, a bittersweet reflection only made more poignant by context. Posthumous releases are difficult to assess, but “Good News” certainly feels true to his spirit: an emotional open book packaged in deceptively pretty production.
Guapdad, Denzel Curry, Wiz Khalifa, Rona Raps #3
The lockdown era has seen several rap artists unexpectedly rise in stature to become cultural nerve centers, including D-Nice (spinning to first ladies during Club Quarantine) and Torey Lanez (gleefully howling over his raunchy Quarantine Radio). Guapdad 4000, an Oakland rapper, has likewise become an ascendant rap hub for his series Rona Raps.