Study Hall Kids Can’t Get Enough Music

Fourth hour senior study hall

Fourth hour senior study hall

Max Gebhard, Reporter

The first song on the Hotnewhiphop chart is “Mood” by Lil Uzi Vert and it is about he doesn’t have feelings for any of the girls, he has: “No feelings involved.”

“I don’t like the message, but he presents it so convincingly,” said Arrowhead senior Kenzie Jensen in fourth hour study hall.

“Interesting topic,” said Arrowhead senior Alyssa Peters also in study hall.

“All The Stars” by Kendrick Lamar featuring SZA is the second song on the chart and is about dreams, “This may be the night that my dreams let me know.”

“So smooth and a good story,” said Peters.

“Is SZA the girl? Wow she’s good,” said Jensen.

Coming in the number three spot is “Chloraseptic [Remix]” by Eminem featuring 2 Chainz and PHresher and is about the post-release criticism of Revival, “Yet you keep coming back for more.”

“The remix is far better than the original,” said Arrowhead senior Aaron Allen.

“2 Chainz is a welcome addition,” said Arrowhead senior Jordan Liempeck.

The fourth spot is held by “Family Feud [Remix]” by Lil Wayne featuring Drake which is about their label problems: “Spent a lifetime going platinum and gold, he should own half of the label.”

“These two have natural chemistry, they make good hip-hop,” said Liempeck.

“Lil Wayne is unstoppable, in my top 5 rappers,” said Allen.

“Filthy” by Justin Timberlake is in the number five spot and is about his wife, “You know this ain’t the clean version.”

“Interesting new single,” said Arrowhead senior Maiya Brandt.

“I like JT, and this is no exception,” said Arrowhead senior David Brookes.

Coming in the number six spot is is “Keke” by Tekashi69 featuring Fetty Wap and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and is about what they do daily: “Posted with the drop, gun cocked, on the regular.”

“Fetty Wap is only good part of this rap song,” said Brandt.

“Not going to lie, this is bad,” said Brookes.

The number seven spot is held by “Finesse REMIX” by Bruno Mars featuring Cardi B and is about their luxurious lifestyle: “Drop top Porsche, rolex on my wrist.”

“Solid performances,” said Arrowhead senior Mary Dohogne.

“Far better than the original,” said Arrowhead senior Noah Durian.

“Wasted” by Travis Scott featuring Yung Lean is in the number eight spot and is about how they feel on a multitude of perception-changing drugs, “Yeah the rockstar life we live is so amazing.”

“The energy is real energetic,” said Durian.

“Melodic but odd,” said Dohogne.

Coming in the number nine spot is “Here It Is” by Kodak Black and is about his fame, “Now I get all this money and go to the mall,”

“Smooth and enjoyable,” said Arrowhead senior Sarah Edwards.

“I like Kodak a lot,” said Arrowhead senior Keenan Cuculi.

The number ten spot is held by “Bring it Back” by Trouble featuring Drake and is about getting your money back: “Go get your money man, go get that.”

“I like how chill this song is, R&B has always been my favorite genre” said Cuculi.

“Solid Drake feature,” said Edwards.