Stay Tuned Vol. 2

Stay Tuned Vol. 2
Kaitlyn Mohammed (9) dives into the world of music through the lens of Noah Kahan. (Kristian Lazcano (10) )

“I was in the car with my sister and she was actually playing with one of his albums,” Mohammed said. “That’s when I was really like, oh. His music is actually pretty cool. And I started listening to him after that.”

Through Kahan’s music, he offers a glimpse into his own personal journey by highlighting mental health struggles and growing up.

Debuting in 2018, Kahan released his first album “Busy head,” and in 2022 he gained over 6 million monthly listeners on Spotify.

“The first time I heard him was, like, [I had] seen a TikTok and he was just this little TikTok artist that was kind of like hey, stream my song,” Mohammed said.

After listening to two songs by Noah Kahan, Mohammed quickly found herself enjoying his music style. She noted that, while Kahan’s music style is indie, Kahan incorporates “folk-country” with some of his songs.

In her freetime, Mohammed finds herself listening to numerous songs by Noah Kahan, but two stand out from the rest.

“I’ve liked a lot of his songs, [he’s] just like my favorite, but [if] I had to choose, it would probably be like, ‘False Confidence,’” Mohammed said. “That’s one of his older songs and then if I would do a newer song, I would probably do ‘You’re Gonna Go Far’.”

Mohammed finds Noah Kahan to be an inspiring music artist, and appreciates the wide range of topics he explores.

“I feel like he has sadder songs and some happier songs,” Mohammed said. “You can really choose him for, like, any type of way you’re feeling and I think more people should listen to him.”

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