SugrFM: Sugar by Maroon 5

Thursday today! Tomorrow will be the last day of the busy working day! Are you excited to the coming weekend? Add Sugr to your cup of music!   Today’s recommendation from Sugr is Sugar by Maroon 5. This is absolutely addictive, well yes, I am talking about both Sugar and Sugr!   “I want that red velvet I want that sugar sweet.” Do you want the Sugr sweet?   Definitely Sugar is not a new song, but the sweetness showed through the music video is so impressive that it is still fresh in our mind. It is such a creative music video that Adam Lavine and the band crashed weddings in L.A. and surprised the couples with their performances of their song “Sugar”. It is so sweet and warm, which sweetened all our hearts.     The couples are all shocked and excited. Maroon 5 brings happiness to their weddings.   That’s not only the power of star, but also the power of music. Music can lead our emotion, a happy song can cheer us up while a sad song can make us burst into tears. Sugar can bring you sweetness and also Sugr wants bring you sweetness through music. “You show me good loving. Make it all right. Need a little sweetness in my life. Sugar Yes please Won’t you come and put in down on me”   Enjoy the music at: https://youtu.be/09R8_2nJtjg Photos via...

SugrFM: See You Again by Wiz Khalifa & Charlie Puth

Busy Wednesday for popular music! Add Sugr to your cup of music! Today’s recommendation is a fabulous song: See You Again by Wiz Khalifa & Charlie Puth “It’s been a long day without you my friend. And I’ll tell you all about it when I see you again.”   See you again is the song sang by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth, as the theme song for The Fast and the Furious 7, this song is a tribute to Paul Walker. If you are a fan of The Fast and the Furious series, you won’t ever forget Brian O’Conner played by Paul Walker. The young and handsome man has been with us for 12 years since 2001 when the first of the series is established. For 12 years, his fine acting, his warm smile and his great personality has touched all of us. However, it’s so sad that Paul Walker died in a car accident in 2013. The tragic happened in a sudden that no one was ready for that.     As a tribute to Paul Walker, this song was played at the end of the movie, Furious 7. I believed that most of the people burn out tears at the last 5 minutes of the film. When everyone is sitting on the beach, Brian is playing with his wife and baby alongside the seashore, he seemed to so happy. Dominic then leaves without saying goodbye, when being asked why, he said: “It’s never goodbye.” Then the scene changes, Dominic drives on the road, Brian comes behind in a white car, he says: “You thought you could leave...

SugrFM : New York City – The Peter Malick Group featuring Norah Jones

Great Tuesday for jazz song! Add Sugr to your cup of music! Today’s recommendation is  New York City by The Peter Malick Group featuring Norah Jones. “New York City, such a beautiful disease.” New York City, the place of hope and chance, is where the youth would yearn for. There’s no place like New York. However, not all of the dream chaser could achieve their dream here. The city seems to be full of opportunities, however, it is also the place that will crush your dream and hope. If you are not strong enough or you don’t have great talent, New York City will bury you. It is cruel here, or we should say it is cruel in every well-developed city. People only see the better days but easily ignore the moil behind. We do seems to have a life that is full of entertainment, however, we do work hard in the lonely night till 2 or 3 am. The high pressure enforces us to make more effort, if we can’t do well, we will soon be eliminated and be taken place by others. Even it is hard, we still love this place. It is such a beautiful disease. Although the street, the work, the pressure could be poison to us, we are still addicted to it. “We were full of the stuff that every dream rested. As if floating on a lumpy pillow sky. Caught up in the whole illusion. That dreams never pass us by. Came to a tattooed conclusion. That the big one was knocking on the door. What started as a mass delusion? Would take...