Let’s be honest: anything on the ukelele and acoustic voices sound awesome. No exception in this case. This dude is amazing, yummy yummy. Music critics don’t exactly love him, but every girl that is in love or wants to find love will listen to him on repeat for days. He got lucky for capturing my attention though, I was just looking for Frank Sinatra’s “Let’s Fall in Love” when Spotify link me to Castro’s “Let’s Just Fall in Love Again“, same type of song/lyrics/feeling, also a cool song. Check it out. If you want something more emotional from him, listen to “Sweet Medicine“. Enjoy.
This song is so interesting in that it presents two extreme age based POVs in life. On one side you have the elderly population looking at kids trying to give them general life advice. On the other side you have the young adults trying to live their life to the fullest, mistakes or no mistakes, just have good experiences and stories. I’m the kid right now, but I know 60 years from now I will look down and think the same things the elders are thinking now. Cheers to being young and making “mistakes”, for that is what makes you “you”. Enjoy.
The real reason I first discovered this song was because of the music video. I was watching VH1 one morning and it come up as one of the “You Oughtta Know Artists.” The song became catchy for me after a few times seeing the video, because I wanted to dance just like him so I kept watching it for a few mornings. Song is great though, a few friends went to see them in concert and had nothing but raves about them. Looking forward to hear more of their music. Enjoy.
I’m not so sure what’s going on with this chick, seems like a lot of psychological aggravations and many tragic events in her life? Seems like she has everything going for her but still she was “born to die.” Nonetheless, an album that can dig into your emotions and ooze sex and drugs, like this one, is easy to admit is very well written and composed. Let’s just hope she finds some light in her life, like she seems to have found in one of her songs at least, “Off to the Races.” Much more optimistic and very catchy. Enjoy.