The only silver line is that a lot of musicians are performing for us for free. Many artists don’t want the isolation, especially YungBlud. Isolation creates depression and for those that suffer, social distancing can be a death sentence. YungBlud is trying to ease the loneliness; but like all musicians, writers, and artists, we believe that our art can brighten dark times. Music has brightened my life for the past few days.
Earlier, I was listening to YungBlud’s The YungBlud Show. Machine Gun Kelly and Bella Thorne also stopped by and added to the laughs. I would like to share the show with you because The YungBlud Show put a smile on my face.
I am thankful for YungBlud and I’m thankful for musicians who are performing for us, to ease anxiety and everything that goes along with panic. It’s Man Crush Monday (#MCM) and YungBlud is one of my mine. Gosh, I just love him.
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Hi, Jessica Marie!
How are you holding up, dear friend? Yessum, the silver lining to the current health crisis is an outpouring of generosity and giving by many people, including musicians who are doing free shows. As I told you a while back, I have a few MGK mixtapes in my collection. I enjoyed skipping through The YungBlud Show. There are some exciting punkish alternative rock performances throughout. Thanks for letting me know that this English artist means a lot to you.
Stay safe and enjoy the rest of your week, dear friend JM!