My Intention Is To Inspire U With Random Music I Selected – Gratitude Dance To Celebrate U!

Here is a collection of songs and videos that I selected for my friends to clear your mind and set you off confidently to complete the rest of this week.  I personally selected these songs for that purpose and attempted to eliminate any deflating messages and images, as best I could.

As I mentioned, I am very protective of what I allow into my psyche.  You should find that these songs are psyche-safe.  Some of the artists may be familiar, while others may be relatively new.  They cover various genres, but I have an affinity to reggae and trap gospel, so it is well represented.

The selection is varied enough that everyone should at least find one song (or more) that inspires their day.

We must work at maintaining focus, strength, and clarity in today’s times.  It won’t just come unless we put in the work, as is in this case, with theme music.  I believe that new era prophets will use music, poetry, rhyme, and creativity to combat human disregard and destruction. 


Listen and Dance Because It’s good for the Body Mind & Soul

 “A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance;” – Ecclesiastes 3:4

To make it a spiritual experience, let us all dance in celebration of feeling Gratitude and Love For Yourself.

Why not? There’s an endless list of things for which we are grateful.  The list of what makes you beautiful should be nearly endless, as well.   Think up your lists while you listen and dance. Dance to these inspiring songs will lead you along.

Dancing 1While listening, also reflect on the year that is nearly at its end, and visualize the future that you desire in 2019 and beyond.  What will not make the cut in 2019?  What will you ignite in 2019?  This music provided animated music for listening reflection and celebration dancing.

“The dance is a poem of which each movement is a word.” – Mata Hari

Though we have free will, there are always the consequences to the choices we make. Well, it seems we’re good here with dancing, for nothing bad comes out of dancing and listening to music. It’s a joyous exercise of mind, body, and spirit.

Music and dancing, just like crying, laughing, and nutrition are part of a larger holistic healing whole. Music and dancing are like supplements for your spirit, body, and mind. Music and dancing have been associated with the health benefits, identified in the Dr. Axe post below.


4 Major Benefits of Music & Dancing, Including Increasing Your Brainpower! – Dr. Axe – Food Is Medicine

4 Benefits of Dancing

  1. Gives physical health a boost
  2. Get more brains and balance
  3. Improve Parkinson’s disease
  4. Increase brainpower  Read More

So in honor this impromptu celebration of you, just as you do the holiday season so that you can justify a good shake and dance today. 

dancing 3While shaking your groove thing, keep in mind specific things for which you are Grateful at the moment, and dance your heart out like you want to show God just how grateful you truly are.  Reflect on all that you wish to take with you on your journey into the new year.  Elate in visions of your goals, and inevitable accomplishment.

“Then shall the virgin rejoice in the dance, both young men and old together: for I will turn their mourning into joy, and will comfort them, and make them rejoice from their sorrow.” – Jeremiah 31:13

I am no longer a very good dancer, but I am a damn good rocker.  I might get arrested by the dance police if I danced in public, so I do it privately, as I suggest that you do.  This is a personal party.

Besides, if you are like me, you may not be able to fathom learning the new moves kids do today. I have yet to learn dances of many years gone by.

Besides, Id’ look like a damn fool, my old ass, trying to keep up.

“Never give a sword to a man who can’t dance.” – Confucius

But I’m a gangster of dance on the shower dancefloor! Maybe that is where you should listen and dance this morning, in the shower. 

That’s my new spot, where I have no inhibitions…in my wet nakedness. I love dancing in the mirror when getting dressed too. Then I psyche myself into thinking that I’m a ‘player player’.

But no one but me gets to see me dance. In public, it might be comical. But, one day I am going to put on some skinny jeans, declare it as my Celebratory Day of Dance, go to a dance bar, and show them, young folks, a move or two.

…Probably just make a damn fool of myself.

But they won’t know that I’m dancing in the spirit of Self-Love & Gratitude.  I will, and God will.

“Let your life lightly dance on the edges of Time like dew on the tip of a leaf.” – Rabindranath Tagore

Here is an inspiring music mix for you to get your dance on, in the shower, while dressing, or anytime.

Don’t forget to dance in honor of how beautiful you are, and in honor of that for which you are grateful.

Kevy

“If you want to release your aggression, get up and dance. That’s what rock and roll is all about.” – Chuck Berry


Video Playlist – To Inspire U Through Da Week Playlist

Dancing 2These are hand-picked video songs, chosen just for you.  The music genres include Pop, Reggae, Trap Gospel, R&B, Electronic, and Rock and Roll.

Do not be intimidated by the list of songs and artists.  Many songs and artists on the list I’ve never heard of until today.  But that is the nature of music today.  Everyone is getting a contract these days and older artist seem to be falling by the wayside.

But in spite of dramatic changes in the quality and message of today’s popular music, I was able to find several good songs.

Note:  I tried my best to filter out songs with offensive language and messages, but something may have slipped through.  Hell, I can’t figure out what the artist is saying, singing and rapping through electronic devices.  I do not mean to offend.  I aim to inspire.


Here is the playlist, but not played in this specific order.  Enjoy!  Get that dopamine pumping!

  1. Janelle Monae – Make Me Feel
  2. Meghan Trainor – No Excuses
  3. Sigala, Paloma Faith – Lullaby
  4. Tom Grennan – Sober
  5. Maroon 5 – Girls Like You ft. Cardi B
  6. David Guetta, Bebe Rexha & J Balvin – Say My Name (Official Video)
  7. Ariana Grande – no tears left to cry
  8. The 1975 – Sincerity Is Scary (Official Video)
  9. Rita Ora – Let You Love Me [Official Video]
  10. Clean Bandit – Solo (feat. Demi Lovato) [Official Video]
  11. The Chainsmokers & Coldplay – Something Just Like This (Lyric)
  12. Silk City, Dua Lipa – Electricity (Official Video) ft. Diplo, Mark Ronson
  13. 5 Seconds Of Summer – Youngblood (Official Video)
  14. Pink Sweat$ – Drama (Official Music Video)
  15. Janelle Monáe – I Like That [Official Video]
  16. Childish Gambino – Feels Like Summer (Official Music Video)
  17. “Feels Like Summer” by Childish Gambino
  18. Ella Mai – Whatchamacallit ft. Chris Brown (Audio)
  19. Post Malone – Better Now
  20. Imagine Dragons – Believer (Fairlane Remix)
  21. Ariana Grande – God Is A Woman (HOPEX Remix)
  22. Surf Gvng – I’m God ft Rev Mizz (@surfgvng)
  23. Reconcile – Can’t Take This From Me ft. John Givez & Dre Murray
  24. Jor’Dan Armstrong – Favor
  25. Christon Gray – Open Door (See You Later) (Audio)
  26. Erica Campbell x Warryn Campbell “All of My Life” (Official Music Video)
  27. Tasha Cobbs Leonard – I’m Getting Ready (Lyric Video) ft. Nicki Minaj
  28. Lecrae – I’ll Find You (Video) ft. Tori Kelly
  29. Chronixx – “Skankin’ Sweet” [Official Video] | Chronology
  30. Stick Figure – “World on Fire (feat. Slightly Stoopid)”
  31. City Life (Lyric Video) – Rebelution
  32. I-Octane feat. Ginjah – One Chance [Official Video 2017]
  33. Blood Orange – Charcoal Baby (Official Video) – 

Educational Videos

How Music Affects Your Brain – 424,159 views – Seeker – Published on Mar 2, 2013

Good music makes us feel good. No surprise there. Now scientists have uncovered what’s going on inside our brains when we are jammin’ to our favorite tunes. Anthony explains.


The Effects of Music on the Brain – 246,358 views – BullyingNewsVideos – Published on Jul 26, 2010

The effects of music on the brain from NOVA


This Is Your Brain On Music – 944,752 views – 19K179SHARESAVE – Life Noggin – Published on Apr 18, 2016

What happens to your brain when you listen to music? Watch More: Check out Anthony’s channel ►►►► http://bit.ly/1Sfd0dL


Why You Need To Be Careful To The Music You Listen To, The Books You Read, Etc – 1,286 views – The 3T Path – Published on Aug 30, 2018

We all know that we have to be careful about what we eat because everything that goes in our mouth will have to be processed by our body. But we tend to forget that what we consume through our eyes and ears will also have to be processed.


How Music Affects Mood – 10,555 views – 845SHARESAVE – Delightime™ – Published on Mar 19, 2016

The emotional arousal, changes in heart rate, pulse and breathing rate, shivers and chills that you feel whenever you listen to a specific type of music are indicators that music does affect your mood. This is explained through a previous study conducted by Valorie Salimpoor and her colleagues who associate these factors, feelings and music-induced pleasures to the release of dopamine.


dancing 4Educational Articles

The Neuroscience of Music, Mindset, and Motivation – Simple ways you can use music to create changes in mindset and behavior – The Athlete’s Way – Posted Dec 29, 2012

A recent study by researcher Jacob Jolij and student Maaike Meurs of the Psychology Department of the University of Groningen in the Netherlands shows that music has a dramatic effect on explanatory style and perception.  Jolij and Meurs had their test subjects perform a task in which they had to identify happy and sad ‘smiley icons’ while listening to happy or sad music. Music turned out to have a great influence on what the subjects perceived. Interestingly, even when a ‘neutral face’ with no smiley was shown, the subjects often thought they recognized a happy smiley when listening to happy music and a sad one when listening to sad music.  Read More


The Psychology of Music. What Listening to Music at Work Does to Your Brain –  Jessica Tabinor – Sep 21, 2018

The benefits of listening to music whilst you work

So, you’ve learned when music can be a help or a hindrance, but why is listening to music so good for your brain, mental health, and work life?

  • Listening to and playing music can make you smarter, happier, healthier and more productive at all stages of life
  • An improved mood from music also affects how you interact with your co-workers. If you feel better, you usually are more respectful, patient, and cooperative, which can lead to better teamwork.

Music is known to relieve the stress that could compromise your focus and performance Read More


You Asked: Is Listening to Music Good For Your Health? – TIME HEALTH MENTAL HEALTH/PSYCHOLOGY – By MARKHAM HEID – April 26, 2018

If you’re looking for an easy way to transform your mood, cue the music.

Studies have shown that music can buoy your mood and fend off depression. It can also improve blood flow in ways similar to statins, lower your levels of stress-related hormones like cortisol and ease pain. Listening to music before an operation can even improve post-surgery outcomes.  Read More


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3 thoughts on “My Intention Is To Inspire U With Random Music I Selected – Gratitude Dance To Celebrate U!

  1. hawk2017

    My dear friend. Ty for the music. The universe is vibration, which our whole body responds to and matches. Our spiritual heart also responds thru emotions. Yes, our brain is wired to certain megahertz. Alpha, beta etc has been proven. We need to listen to music that feeds our brains in a good way. Lifting us up. We all respond to different beats and words. Some I like and some I don’t. Friends have their own also. Music is key to the soul.:))

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    1. Some of the songs I like more than others too.

      I am an extreme example of being eclectic when it comes to music. In my older years, I try not to compare old to new music, giving the new generation their world back.

      I try to keep in mind that no matter how the message is delivered, it comes from a Child of God, and that everything that’s expressed has been said before. Kevy

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