As far as addictions go, music is pretty tame, we’ll be honest.
I mean, if we had to choose between obsessively jamming Burna Boy’s ‘Ye’ in the first week of its release, and taking a bump of that Colorado all the children are hitting these days, it’s team Obnoxious African giant all day.
But that’s not to say music lovers aren’t 100% batshit crazy as well. We have all the notes and receipts to prove this:
Do you know music lovers need background music playing when they’re sad?
Heartbreak slaps different when you’re listening to Ne-Yo’s ‘So-Sick’ on the radio it would appear.
Actually taking a break from your shower to change the music playing from your phone.
Have to keep the bathroom vibes going, whatever that is.
The fact that once upon a time, people carried these around for music?
Bruh, people were going through it.
Forget walkmans. Can you imagine there was a time people used to voluntarily hurl these around?
Walking and backing traffic, but still refusing to lower the volume on headsets.
What manner of dangerous game?
Learning the lyrics to your favourite song and then going on rap genius for the explanation.
N.B: This feature is not available in your country with all its pangolo music.
Risking five viruses and a system shut down just to download music illegally.
Chale, e be tins.
Being too broke to afford Apple Music on your iPhone and getting music through Xender instead.
Things we do for love, fr fr.
Needing background music while you do dishes.
Studies have shown that this makes work move 10X faster.
When one ear of your earphones spoils, and you turn into a mad scientist trying to get both ears to work again.
Music lovers are actually crazy.
What’s the craziest thing you’ve done for music?