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Listening to the music which is played in the background means we listen passively to the music. Music has great effects, relaxing, healing our pain, reducing stress from life and work. We should listen to music in the way to enjoy any genre of good music and improve these relaxing impacts. Following these steps belows, you will expand your musical experience.


Some of your friends and family members can have a good taste in music. If you don’t know what kind of music to start listening, ask them to introduce you good music. If you are in the middle and confused in lots of music genres and styles, ask your friend who is an expert in choosing types of music and he/she can help you. the people who has good taste and understand you can suggest for you some famous bands or singers to start with.

When you hear songs which you enjoy — remember songs’ and singers’s names to fill your preferences.

Find out what types of music you like, it will be easier for your friends to suggest similar bands if you can give them a few indications.


Use internet apps and input your favorite bands into that search for similar music. Some apps like Pandora creates unique radio stations according to your preferences. Other apps based on mood and activity to find songs like Google Music. Spotify based on past listening history give out a series of recommendations. iTunes, and many other playback programs offer recommendation services as well. There are a lot of apps for finding hot music. You just have to provide some of your personal describes to get things started.


You should go out to the liveshow of singers or bands you like (or even an unknown band). An unknown band often use live music is to earn new fans. Watch real shows you can pick up merchandise and easy to meet the bands. This is a great way to expand your musical library. Going to liveshow you can get in touch with great, up and coming bands wich can be really impossible to find online land through that you enjoy great songs in real time.

After the trio of Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey release MV Don’t Call Me Angel, the product has received a lot of praise from the US-UK fan community. Not only that, this MV also brought these three talented female singers impressive numbers after the first 24 hours of broadcast.

Specifically, after 1 day of release, the MV Don’t Call Me Angel has collected more than 21.6 million views, this is a very good number compared to Boyfriend aired not long ago and quite flop. With this number, Don’t Call Me Angel is just only behind to Thank U, Next and 7 Rings in terms of views after the first 24 hours. This is not too surprising when this product converges three popular names of the world music industry.

Besides, this MV has also helped Miley Cyrus achieve new achievements in his career. With over 21.6 million views, Don’t Call Me Angel has officially surpassed Wrecking Ball to become the highest-rated 24-hour Miley Cyrus MV ever. After many music products did not resonate, this ‘nod’ this time by Miley Cyrus with 2 associates seemed to have yielded worthy results.

At the same time, the audio version of the song Don’t Call Me Angel has quickly occupied the top of Itunes in more than 40 countries around the world. Although in the digital music segment, Don’t Call Me Angel has a slow start compared to Boyfriend, but it will definitely be a song that is ‘long-lasting rain’ and will be persistently ranked on the charts in the coming time.

In the MV, Ariana with Miley and Lana incarnate three “Angels of Charlie” – female agents of the tycoon hiding Charlie based on the famous Charlie’s Angels series. Ariana appeared with a familiar image – turtleneck boots and ponytail. Miley Cyrus rebelled in chain-link underwear. Lana wore a red nightgown, praised by the Billboard for “femme fatale” beauty.

Don’t Call Me Angel, co-written by three female singers, is the title song Charlie’s Angels film directed by Elizabeth Banks scheduled to hit theaters in November. This MV promises to be a good song to make on music charts in the near future.