Kendrick Lamar, Father John Misty, and Migos are among the artists responsible for the 30 best songs of 2017 (so far).
Editorials, Evergreens & Playlists
Editorials, evergreen articles, and playlists posts are housed on this particular page. These posts serve as subcategories of the Columns category on The Musical Hype. These posts are also accessible from the home page. Specific posts can be retrieved via the search feature by typing in key words, etc.
The editorials featured on The Musical Hype are informative articles. They offer educated opinions based upon research, previous expertise, and various experiences of the respective writer. An example of a popular editorial from The Musical Hype is Way, Way Too Early Grammy Predictions for 2017.
Evergreen pieces are articles that in theory stand the test of time, hence remaining evergreen no matter when they were published. Evergreen articles often include playlists, which are often assembled based upon topics and particular words or genres of interest. A popular evergreen-playlist from The Musical Hype is 11 Awesome or Not-So-Awesome Songs About Teachers. Other such evergreen-playlist posts includes annual best-of list, such as 50 Best Songs of 2016 or Year-End List: 40 Best Albums of 2016.
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Rappers have a deep love for a particular foreign car – The Rolls Royce Wraith. This playlist examines 12 songs that reference the $300,000+ luxury coupe.
Kendrick Lamar (DAMN.), Father John Misty (Pure Comedy), and Chris Stapleton (From A Room: Volume 1) lead the list of 20 best albums of 2017 (so far).
With four out of five One Direction members issuing debut singles, Harry Styles narrowly edges Zayn for top honors with “Sign of the Times.”
The Single Wrap-Up runs down the list of singles and tracks reviewed over the past week. Ed Sheeran, “How Would You Feel (Paean),” is this week’s best bet.