Weekend Spin: A mix of emotional and bubbly.

Weekend Spin: A mix of emotional and bubbly.


Ruthie Collins – Vintage

I happen to stumble across this song on Spotify yesterday and found myself continuously hitting the repeat button. Ruthie a beautifully soft voice that effortlessly glides over every melody it touches. On Vintage, she likens her perfect idea of love to one that grows old, and becomes vintage like all of her favorite family heirlooms. It’s a brilliantly written song and I’m completely obsessed with it. Be sure to check it out below, and if you know what’s good for you, listen to more of her music! ¬†Our love will be the legacy we leave. Vintage, timeless, collecting stories ’til it’s priceless…


Brett Young – Country in California

Truth time: The first time I heard this song I started crying. I remember it so vividly, because it was my very first songwriters round at The Listening Room, and Brett killed it. A fellow Californian, it’s no wonder he can put in to words exactly how it feels to grow up on the west coast listening to country music. We’ve got a little country in our bones out there, nobody ever seems to realize that, but he hit the nail on the head. You might not cry (because you’re not a musical sobber like I am) but I think you’ll find the peaceful vibe of this song purely enjoyable.


Clayton Anderson – Your Love Is Like Country Music

I was lucky enough to catch Clayton this week at The Basement and was blown away by what I saw. That will come later, in an actual review, but I wanted to share one of my favorite tracks of his for weekend spin. My love affair with country music pretty much made certain the lyrics to this song would speak to me, and it does. Press play, close your eyes, and “awwww” in the syrupy lyrics.

Kelsea Ballerini – Love Me Like You Mean It (Music Video)

Most of us already know that we’re obsessed with this song. It’s catchy, fun, and full of adorableness. Just like Kelsea herself. But the music video takes that to the next level. ¬†Check out her sugary, sweet vibes in the music video for this breakout country music crossover star!


Hillary Duff – Sparks

While I don’t think Hilarry is doing much to have a cohesive sound that makes a lot of sense, I am liking most of these little experimentation she’s been doing. Her last few singles were more in the Mumford & Sons type of sound, and this one takes her back into that electronic pop dance scene that she did so well with back when she was a Disney star. It’s nothing to take seriously, obviously, but it’s fun. If you plan on doing any dancing this weekend, you’re gonna want to include this on your playlist for sure.

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