Da Family Cookout (Wednesday Weekly: Vol 4)

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Greetings!

If you are not already familiar, my name is Malcolm and I am MORE than ecstatic to be back! Well, I guess here, I’m back but for the first time?

Anywho…

Just like the general population of the world, I like to think that I have a strong passion for music.   I love the way it can make you happy, sad, how it makes you think, and even how it can even cause you to blank out and just “be”.  If you understand what I’m saying.

With all of this said, I introduce you to one of my music series, I call “Wednesday Weekly”.  Each week, I bring you a playlist following a specific theme that I’m sure will get your heads bobbing, and your feet tapping.  This weeks theme includes all the songs your parents used to jam to in the house and at EVERY family gathering.

I hope to introduce you all to new music, REintroduce you to old music, and maybe just cause you a little less effort when you just don’t know what to listen to on certain days; so to all of my Spotify and Apple music users, I present to you, Da Family Cookout (Wednesday Weekly: Vol 4).

Spotify
Apple Music

Peace and Grits!

P.S. – Feel free to check out all of my playlists under my account in both Apple Music and Spotify.  I’m sure you’ll find something you like, and I’m constantly adding new songs to existing playlists.

 

Author: Malc

Just a young adult tripping through life. 30 years old and I still don't have it all together, which is perfectly normal and ok. If you go through life knowing everything, what is the point of living? I'm just here waiting for my next adventure.

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