A big portion of summer is gone and not only have we been spoiled with tons of sunshine (excluding today & yesterday), but there was a lot of great new music released over the past few months that made it all that much more memorable.
In this list of my Top 10 Songs of the Moment (in no particular order), there will be some recently released songs alongside some upcoming singles from artists on the rise, and artists already on top.
Feel free to add your current faves to the list by commenting below!
Vancouverite, Elise Estrada is set to break into the US market, and after a work trip to Thailand, she’s going to be shooting her music video for “You’re So Hollywood,” her first single on the new album, here in Vancouver. I know because my bf is going to be a dancer in the video! I love the song and think it’s perfect to break into the US market.
Another great song from Maroon 5, with an accompanying awesome video following Adam Levine through four and a half minutes of misery.
Katy Perry’s been working on the music video for this song, but until then, you get the next best thing with the lyrics version of the video, coupled with still shots from the shoot. I like this song – it’s refreshing after the overly bubblegum, overplayed “California Gurls”.
Glad he’s back! Canada’s own Shawn Desman is back with a hot single for the dance floor and I’m stoked to see what the video will look like.
This little cutie pie is back with a single about love. The video is very basic with little special effects of any sort, but I guess it works for an innocent young man talking about the ups and downs of love.
Love this song in comparison to his first single (which was also good) and I am super excited to see the video he comes up for this considering the futuristic sound of the song, the upbeat tempo, and of course his killer dance moves.
Glad she’s back too. This song is awesome and the video is super cool. Her boyfriend cheats on her and he has to live with his guilt when she leaves, which in the video, the guilt is manifested into her ghost.
This song is hot hot hot – even featured in the new groundbreaking dance flick, Step Up 3D.