So, in a fitting end to the 7-day challenge, I pick 3 songs that rocked my high school and college days. Any lover of music should have in one way or the other, heard and listened to these 3 songs, because they were quite sensational tracks from way back.
In no particular order, the first of the 3 songs for the DAY-7 of this #musicwaybackchallenge would be;
1.) Another Day in Paradise - By Phil Collins
This was a song by the English singer, from his number-one album in 1989 titles But Seriously. The song was the last No. 1 single of the 1980s and the first No. 1 single of the 1990s
2.) All my life - By K-Ci & Jojo
This lovely R&B song was from the two American brothers, and was released in 1997 from their Love Always album.
3.) I wanna know - By Joe
This song was from Joe's album My name is Joe which was released in April of 2000. "I wanna know" was an instant hit across many countries and among global music lovers.
Till date, these songs remain evergreen, and I can't help but put these songs on repeat each time I play any of them.
Well, that's it for me. A big thanks to YOU for following me through this challenge and for listening to my music from wayback.
Shout-out to @samminator for the nomination once again.
My final nominee to join this challenge would be @vinamra. I hope you'd love to take part in this challenge, buddy. Kindly let us know if you will.
These are the simple rules to follow:
- Choose one song from your high-school/college years.
- Write a few words about who made you listen to this song for the first time, what this song means to you (was it a breakup song? you blasted it at 100% on your audio system when you were partying with your friends?) whatever you want.
- Write your text while listening to the song. As soon as the song ends, wrap up what you where writing and submit it.
- Do this for 7 days in a row if you get nominated.
- Mention one person who should do this on each day.
- Tag it with #musicwaybackchallenge and include these rules at the bottom of your post.
- Follow @greek-trail for great content made by our fellow Greeks!