One Track Mind: Michelle Bell
Michelle Bell, Senior Director of Creative Service at Budde Music in LA, cites two guaranteed dancefloor fillers, and a track she thought she hated, but probably loves, as she reveals what's on her Elements Music Isolation Radio Station playlist.
What song or album have you been listening to lately while working from home?
I’ve been playing the Anderson .Paak Ventura album non-stop. It’s soothing, but edgy. My favorite quarantine song has been Cookiee Kawaii's Vibe (If I Back It Up).
What track always gets you on the dance floor?
Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough, by Michael Jackson, and Mo Money Mo Problems, by Notorious B.I.G.
What's your 'guilty pleasure' track?
Pony, by Ginuwine. I use to say I hated that song, but for some reason I sing it all the time, so I’m pretty sure I love it.
What song always makes you turn off the stereo when it comes on?
Ha-ha! All of them. Most days I’ve listened to so much music that I don’t want to hear anything too random.
There isn’t much “going out on the town” happening, but when we're finally able to let loose, what track will you listen to while you're getting ready?
What’s Popping, by Jack Harlow [below]. I signed one the writers this year, and I can’t wait to hear it in the club and see it performed live.