This weeks songs are:

1) Diddy – Dirty Money – I Hate That You Love Me

I Hate That You Love Me is an R&B song released in 2010 by the Hip Hop/R&B group, Diddy – Dirty Money. The groups consists of Sean Combs (P. Diddy), singer-songwriter, Kalenna Harper and dancer and singer, Dawn Richard. I really love the chords of the piano in this song and I think this is why I fell in love with this song. The piano in the background repeats the same chords all the way through the song however this track is a song that gets everyone dancing and moving to the rhythm. This is the third song in their album Last Train to Paris (2010), so please check out this awesome song below:

Diddy – Dirty Money – I Hate That You Love Me

2) Laura Welsh – Undiscovered

Laura Welsh is a indie pop singer from England who previously went by the name Hey Laura after a split from her band, Laura & The Tears. She has opened for Ellie Goulding and she was the vocalist in the song Here for You by Gorgon City. This song is the second track on the soundtrack for Fifty Shades Of Grey as well as peaking at no.38 on the Rock Songs chart. I enjoy listening to Laura’s vocals on this song as she sings about how she really wants to get to know a guy that is ‘undiscovered’ and is hard to decipher. Check out this great song below:

Laura Welsh – Undiscovered

3) James Morrison – Up ft. Jessie J

Up is a contemporary, pop song released in late 2011 by the British singer James Morrison featuring Jessie  J. This song is the second single in his third studio album, The Awakening (2011). James expressed his worry on if Jessie J was the right ‘character’ for the lyrics because he initially wanted to sing this duet with Adele however, he was ultimately blown away by Jessie’s amazing vocals. I think this song brings out the more intimate and vulnerable side of Jessie J’s voice. Check out this song below:

James Morrison – Up ft. Jessie J

Please tell me what you think about this weeks song choices!☺️
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