La Belle Musique (thesoundyouneed)

La Belle Musique (thesoundyouneed)

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Meet Jimmy Rødberg, a 25 year old from Norway.
“I made this playlist because there is a youtube channel that's named "La Belle Musique", that I loved to listen to, but I could only find a few of the songs on Spotify. So I made this playlist with similar types of songs! Seems that my followers approved and subscribed.”

 

What music did you listen to growing up as a kid?

All kinds of music! Mostly Electronic dance music and Hip Hop. There was not this ocean of music available like Spotify and Itunes etc when I was a kid, so I went to the store when I scrambled up some money for these CD series of "Dance Mania" and old School Hip Hop albums like "Wu-Tang Clan", "2pac" and "Cypress Hill" and such. When I got more into computers I downloaded tons of music from Limewire and DC++ , from that point I was basically addicted to music. Now I don't like to stick to one genre, I make playlists for every mood as I feel like it.

 

What is the best concert you've ever been to?

Gorillaz on this one. Humanz World Tour concert in München, Germany November 2017, it was most likely the best concert yet. It started with a pretty hyped warm up with "Little Simz", then Gorillaz came in with "M1 A1" as a starter and it gave me chills all the way down to the spine. Mildly spoken, a memory to remember and absolutely recommended concert to attend. 

 

Do you have a life slogan?

Same shit, different day.

 

If you could interview any artist, dead or alive, who would you interview and why?

Mac Miller. I’ve always been a fan of Mac Miller. Never got tired of the album "Blue Slide Park", and probably never will. In my opinion he only got better by the years, he went from a rapper to an absolute artist. Sadly September 7, 2018 Mac had a most likely drug overdose, shame that we will never hear anymore new tracks from this legend. This man was by far my favorite music artist, and I would love to listen to what might be and what music he could make if he was still alive this day.

 

What is more important to you, music or lyrics? Why?

You can music without lyrics and it can be amazing, but it's not quite catchy if you make lyrics with no music. Both music and lyrics are important, but the music is absolutely necessary to me. The way music makes can make me feel when I’m either  in good or bad moods, I feel is a big part of me and my life regardless of how cheesy that sounds. Lyrics are just a big plus and gets it even deeper with more meaning to the song itself.