If it's one thing I keep learning from travelling is the different musical cultures there are in world. Brazilian Bossa Nova, Cuban Salsa, Argentian Tango, Chilean Cueca, Spanish Flamenco, African dancehall, Korean or Vietnamese Pop, German techno, British alternative rock, UK Garage, Jamaican Ragga, South African Soul, Mississipi Blues, Hungarian Psytrans, Swedish Harcore, Italo-Disco, African Heavy Metal, Latin Trap and more...
Listening to music is the best way to travel (for free)
And today I discovered Re-defined American Hip Hop.
This quote was left to me by Colin, a boy I met at the hostel bar who had arrived a few hours ago in Madrid and was already rejoicing in his new destination, celebrating with a drink and smoke hangning from his mouth. When I asked him what's the first thing he does in every new city he travels to, he tells me : "I put my headphones on, with blasting volume, and puts on "I'ma touche the sky' by Kanye West as I take my first giant steps in a new city feeling like nothing is impossible.."