The songs you need to listen to for #Fest

Number Fest is fast approaching, and this year’s lineup is packed with great artists including, Fetty Wap, Post Malone and Lil Dicky.

In case you have no idea who these people are, here are some of the best song selections from the artists coming to Athens next month.

(Warning: NSFW language in the following songs)

“White Iverson” by Post Malone


This is the song that made Post Malone blow up. A great beat, along with NBA references collide in this track produced by FKi.

 

“Holyfield” by Post Malone


“Holyfield” is another Post Malone track centered around a sports reference. However, this song sets a spotlight on Evander Holyfield this time, instead of Allen Iverson. This track is not nearly as popular as “White Iverson,” but I think you will enjoy it just as much.

 

“My Way” by Fetty Wap

This is my personal favorite song from Fetty Wap. “Trap Queen” would have been easy to pick, but because it was so big I chose a different Fetty song. If you still haven’t heard “Trap Queen” click here.

“$ave Dat Money” by Lil Dicky

Lil Dicky is on the rise and he has this song to thank. Lil Dicky combines comedy with rap, and this song illustrates why Lil Dicky’s uniqueness gives him the potential to be great. “$ave Dat Money” also has vocals from Fetty Wap, so you get two #Fest performers in one song.

“Roses” by The Chainsmokers


Chances are that you have heard “Roses,” but on the off chance that you haven’t, you need to give it a listen. After their hit “#Selfie,” The Chainsmokers’ music has proven that their potential goes beyond just one hit.

Though this list serves as a good starting point to learn about #14Fest’s artists, there are still more music selections from these artists to be found. Either way, these five songs will almost certainly be performed at #14Fest.

Note, there is still one month left until the concert, which leaves plenty of time for you to learn the lyrics so that you can scream along to them at the show in April.

 

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