If this doesn’t get you out of your seat, I don’t know what will:
I get soooo excited when I hear the songs I grew up with, especially songs I can groove to and sing along. I often get so sick of the current stuff because we hear it everywhere, and when I don’t feel inspired musically, I can always count on some old school 90s r&b and hip hop. This was definitely of one the top 5 classes I’ve ever taught! And I like to think the class felt the same…
They just don’t make music like this anymore…. hit it, Montell!
And here’s the playlist:
Nothing beats the 90s. It’s my era. It’s when music really meant something to me more than just background noise — when the lyrics had meaning, and I could sing along to. This era developed the foundation to what I love and listen to today. I’ve always wanted to incorporate this era into my spin classes, but found it challenging. 1) it’s tough to really sprint to 2) there’s a plethora of songs – which ones do I choose 3) jumping is out of the question 4) it’s a very niche genre and could disappoint a good number of people… but you know what, screw that! I’m teaching the class, so I’m gonna play what I want…bahaha