What is the importance of a musical hit list?

Music is a beautiful thing.  It regulates how you feel and sparks emotional clarity.  This is what I mean; when you the listener feel a certain way, the music you listen to compliments your current state and takes you to a special place.  I am an avid listener of all types of music, as long as it is not disposal.  There is a lot of garbage being put out by music companies that doesn’t last very long within the musical market.  Then there are those classic songs that go down in history as pivotal and revolutionary.

A successful musician that has achieved longevity in a genre or niche that they exist in, aims to give his or her fans songs that come straight from the heart, establishing an emotional connection.  The radio, iTunes and other musical outlets give listeners the opportunity to create their own hit lists.  Why is this important?  Hit lists can take you from being bored and stagnant to jolly and free from pain or suffering.  Just think if music didn’t exist.  There would be absolute chaos and an absence of love in the air.  Hit lists are as important as a best friend.

My life revolves around different types of music, which allows me to reach out to the universe and find peace that there is someone out there who feels the same way I do about life.  Once a song is stuck in our head, there are subliminal thought patterns that partner together with your respective character to lead you to a light that we all yearn for.  The accompaniment of hit lists in our daily lives act as a conduit to or own agenda and listening to it sparks interest in a variety of causes or pursuits.  Ultimately, music is intended to entertain and extrapolate from society what we should feel like and what we long for: inner bliss.  There are aggressive songs that bring about ambition.  There are love songs that help someone find their soul mate.  And there are philosophical musical pieces of art that forces one to ponder what the essence of life truly is.

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