The Art of the Spotify Playlist

I’m a fan of all kinds of music. From Dolly Parton to Carole King, I like something in every genre. Due to this, I frequent Spotify. But I haven’t quite gotten the whole playlist thing down yet.

Some of my friends have a playlist for every possible mood and setting while I barely have two playlists. I’m thinking maybe practice makes perfect but I’m afraid I’ll put all my eggs in one basket (or playlist) and have no songs left for other playlists.

Not only are playlists incredibly difficult, they’re becoming increasingly more meaningful. You make someone a playlist to show your appreciation for them, the same way people used to make mixtapes. It’s great that with the growing technology people still find a way to express their feelings through music and song.

I’ve heard of people giving Spotify playlists as birthday gifts, using them for proms do every student can contribute and having playlists that help you with specific things. You may have a Spotify playlist for when you’re cleaning your room, a study playlist, or when you want to reminisce with your friends.

So though I may initially have some difficulty, I hope that soon I’ll be able to make the perfect Spotify playlist. If you have any tips, please let me know.

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