ʕ•ᴥ•ʔノ Melvin Salas

The Power of 'Setlist' and Music Prepping

So, a while back, I hit up a couple of lit concerts, ones I was vibing with, but it was kinda 'meh', not the vibe I was chasing. That's when my homie put me onto this thing called "Setlist." She was like, "Yo, listen to it before you hit the concert. You can peep what tracks they're gonna drop during the whole show and get ahead on what's your jam or what's just plain whack."

ʕ•ᴥ•ʔノ Melvin Salas

So, I started using this dope service that hooks up with Apple Music. It lets you create a playlist of all the tracks they're gonna blast at the concert before you even get there. It's been a game-changer. I've discovered some new bangers from my fave artists and revisited some classics I hadn't heard in ages. It's like a trip down memory lane.

Doing this before the concert helps me prep for the vibes my body's gonna catch. Plus, I can plan my moves. Like, if a track ain't hittin' right or it's a total vibe-killer, I know I got, like, a 3 to 10-minute window to dip for a drink, grab some popcorn, or hit the bathroom. 'Cause let's be real, standing on your feet for like 2-3 hours straight in front of the stage gets exhausting. These little breaks are clutch.

It's all about leveling up your concert game, and I wanna put y'all on. "Setlist" and similar stuff can be found on platforms or some concert-specific apps for all us music heads. It's all about maximizing the concert experience and staying ahead of the music game you love. Go rock that concert!