There’s nothing like walking into a party and hearing a song that gets you in the groove. It gets your body swaying, your foot tapping, your fingers snapping… whatever it is, that track pulls you into the moment.
These moments have dramatically changed over the past couple of months. But thanks to everyone being in the same boat, we all seem to be navigating these new moments together. And love ‘em or hate ‘em, but it looks like Zoom parties are going to be sticking around for a while longer. But just because we’re in the middle of a social hiatus, doesn’t mean your sound system has to be too. Now is the time to dig through the archives and find the tracks that get you moving, and make you feel some type of way.
But we know that finding those tracks – the ones that haven’t seen the light of day for a while – can be a question of, “Where to start?”. Rediscovering our music collections can sometimes be as daunting as discovering new music. Out of sight, out of mind, right?
Thankfully using sonic similarity searches, the depths of our crates are never too deep. We used one seed track to steer the rediscovery of some of our favorite 90s and early 00s hip hop and R&B in our catalogue. By using our similarity search in Musiio App, we put together an AI-generated playlist ready for a good time – with or without Zoom.
Seed track: Missy Elliot – Work It
- Jay-Z ft. Ja Rule & Amil – Can I Get A…
- Mase – Feel So Good
- Nivea – Don’t Mess With My Man
- J. Lo – Love Don’t Cost A Thing
- Rihanna ft. Drake – What’s My Name?
- Destiny’s Child – Bills, Bills, Bills
- Missy Elliot – The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)
- Q-Tip – Vivrant Thing
- Ne-Yo – Champagne Life
- Michael Jackson – Rock My World
- Usher – You Remind Me
- Brandy & Monica – The Boy Is Mine
- SWV – Weak