Wait…WHAT?’s Favorite Albums & Songs of 2019

Another year has come and gone and it’s time to celebrate the albums and songs that made up the soundtrack to my 2019! Admittedly, I didn’t spend a lot of time digging into new music this year, but I look forward to remedying this in 2020! Without further ado, here are my favorite albums of 2019:

thank u, next | Ariana Grande

Nothing Happens | Wallows

Before We Go | Brasstracks

Fine Line | Harry Styles

Rouge | Yuna

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Music Monday >> Niall Horan’s ‘Flicker’ Debuts at No. 1

With 152,000 copies sold, Niall Horan’s solo debut, Flicker, hit reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Additionally, the album has topped the iTunes Top Album charts in 61 countries.  Continue reading Music Monday >> Niall Horan’s ‘Flicker’ Debuts at No. 1

Wait…WHAT?’s 2017 Summer Jamz Playlist

The best part of summertime is driving around with my windows down, listening to my favorite music. And of course, this summer is no different! Continue reading Wait…WHAT?’s 2017 Summer Jamz Playlist

Wait…WHAT?’s Favorite Songs of 2016

Here we are once again at the end of the year, which means it’s time to share my favorite songs from 2016. I trend towards upbeat, good vibes with some sass and angst mixed in for good measure, and I feel that my favorite songs this year definitely reflect that. Enjoy!  Continue reading Wait…WHAT?’s Favorite Songs of 2016

Niall Horan Signs With Capitol Records, Releases Single “This Town”

“I’m excited to announce I have signed a record deal with Capitol Records USA and released my first solo song. Thank you to all the One Direction fans for your love and support as always. I’m looking forward to the next part of this journey together.”

– Niall Horan

“This Town” was produced by Greg Kurstin, and Horan wrote the track with Jamie Scott, Mike Needle and Daniel Bryer. The track is now available on iTunes & Apple Music.

Watch a stripped down performance of “This Town” in a “1 Mic 1 Take” video, which was filmed in the historic Capitol Studios in Hollywood, CA.