Meet Lindsay Corbett, a 20 year old from Boston, Massachusetts.
“I made this playlist because I was constantly playing "Nights Like This" by Kehlani when it was released. When I first heard the song, I really enjoyed the songs vibe but felt like I needed to switch my song play up once I kept it on repeat. I decided to make a playlist with songs that were either similar in vibe or similar in the idea of the song.”
What music did you listen to growing up as a kid?
Growing up, I listened to a mixture of different music genres. One day it was Aerosmith, the next Green Day, Hannah Montana, and the Black Eyed Peas. A very diverse selection lol.
If you were a singer, what current living artist would you love to collaborate with?
I'd love to collaborate with either Ariana Grande, Kehlani, Miguel, or Tinashe. I'm sorry I can't pick one lmao.
Do you play an instrument? If no, what instrument would you love to learn?
I would've loved to learn how to play piano but I feel like my time for that has passed.
What is the best concert you've ever been to?
Definitely the Endless Summer tour with G-Eazy and Logic (2016). I had front row and Logic called me out for having my phone recording the concert. Getting roasted by Logic has been the highlight of my life.
What is your favorite quote?
"Happy to be here!" It means happy to be here physically and mentally and just living in the present.
Do you have any hidden talents?
Unfortunately no, I'm an open book and what you see is what you get!
Do you have a life slogan?
"You create your own opportunities." That slogan has stuck with me because there's a domino effect (whether it be positive or negative) for making choices in life and what comes back to you.
Name your top 3 favorite artist and why?
Ariana Grande because she is the queen of pop, no doubt. Rihanna is my queen because of how unapologetic she is and her constant development of her music. Plus she's a kickass business woman. Shawn Mendes is basically my #mcm and has such calming music so I like to listen to him when I'm chillin outside or reading.
If you could interview any artist, dead or alive, who would you interview and why?
I would interview Nicki Minaj because she opened the door for me when it came to listening to rap music. I remember her feature in "Bottom's Up" by Trey Songz and memorizing it at 13 years old. After that, I was hooked on listening to rap and R&B. Sorry Cardi.
What is more important to you, music or lyrics? Why?
I think the lyrics are more important to me. You could have a sick beat but if you play something like "Baby Shark" over it, it just doesn't make sense to me. I'm such a personable person that "Nights Like This" was a song where I kept on listening to it because it was so relatable. Without lyrics, songs can't be as relatable.