“Honey, I’m Good” sensation Andy Grammer, 31, told Us Weekly his favorite songs to listen to when he’s feeling a little blue.
“Happy” by Pharrell Williams
“He wrote a song called ‘Happy’ and it’s not super cheesy? Well done Pharrell, you’ve done it. What a whiz!”
“Things Are Looking Up” by Classified
“Classified is a Canadian rapper I got into a few years back. Sometimes life sucks. But this never fails to make me feel a bit better.”
“Fight Song” by Rachel Platten
“Rachel Platten is not only one of my favorite songwriters right now, she’s like my sister. I watched her fight for that song. This massive jam reminds you that you always have a chance. Always.”
“Best Day of My Life” by American Authors
“I smile, think of blue skies, and feel instantly lighter when it comes on. I’m gonna be touring with these guys in August and I will be smiling every night when I hear this.”
“Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson Feat. Bruno Mars
“Undeniable pick-me-up. This song makes everything in your body feel stanky in the best way ever. Makes you believe you can dance, even if you can’t — and shouldn’t!”
“Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours)” by Stevie Wonder
“Anything Stevie Wonder would work. This whole list could just be Stevie Wonder songs. The joy that comes from his voice is undeniable; you can’t be sad listening to Stevie.”
“Heard ‘Em Say” by Kanye West feat. Adam Levine
“Something about this track soothes me. It’s not a typical fast pick-me-up; it’s more of a mid-tempo smooth one, but I’m always happier after I’ve heard it. This has been my go-to since college.”
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