ah... truth to be told, my playlist is filled with melancholic songs most of the times, even when those are hip-hop.
and recently, i've been really drowning deep within the charm of k-indie tunes (which worsens the possibility of you hearing more of unacceptable mellow shits), so i'm warning you this beforehand, i have digged so hard through my playlist to find some stuffs less melancholic just like how you wished them to be. okay now, here we go, my #TunesRecommendationoftheMonth! (bonus christmassy shits!)
1. Sick to Death Pt. 2 - MC Mong ft. Sweden Laundry
a hip hop track with a touch of melancholy within the lyrics because it's forgivable. yes, i put my bet on it.https://soundcloud.com/nhjnhj/sick-to-death-part2-mc-mong-ft-sweden-laundry
2. 2 Years Apart - Eddy Kim
acoustic songs are easy-listening, proven scientifically most of the times. but, this one isn't really 'that' much of a light and too-easy song, i think you're gonna like it.https://soundcloud.com/chen-winnie-1/eddy-kim-2-years-apart
3. Party Girls - Ludacris ft. Wiz Khalifa, Jeremih & Cashmere Cat
fell in love with this, no more words. the swaggest out of all recommended tracks, perhaps?https://soundcloud.com/cashmerecat/partygirls
4. Lalala Love Song - As One
according to my taste, this is highly recommended. putting this in to the recommendation list because i think it's close enough to your preference.https://soundcloud.com/audgns1646/lalala-love-song-as-one
5. Sleigh Ride - J Rabbit
so cute so christmassy so overwhelming i cannot even merry christmas and goodbye it's been nice to know y'all.https://soundcloud.com/npmtram/05-sleigh-ride
6. Wedding Bells - Cashmere Cat
its tingling wedding bells give a freshening and pretty distinctive vibe into the track, i'm loving this one as well.https://soundcloud.com/cashmerecat/wedding_bells
7. December, 2014 (A Winter's Tale) - EXO
recommending you the teaser of a korean boyband's upcoming new song that isn't even swaggy or full of beat because i can.
enjoy all the sparkle and lights in this month while they still exist! happy christmas!