Mood Boosting Tunes of the Week

queen, don't stop me now

By Shereen Masoud-Jointe, Account Executive (Europe)


Music has kept humanity going through difficult times around the world, and this week was no exception. I present to you the next set of HA Jamz, chosen by our very own Hoffmanites:


   17.  Be Alright — Ariana Grande

   18.  Part II — Vivien Yap

   19.  Dove / 白鴿 — Wu Bai

   20.  車輪埔 — 新寶島康樂隊(Che Lun Pu — New Formosa Band)

   21.  Don’t Stop Me Now — Queen


Maureen Tseng, general manager at our office in Singapore, gifted us a song that’s scientifically proven to boost your mood:


“I have a very eclectic taste in music, from Classical to Rock to Indie, but when all is said and done, I will always go back to Queen. This is music I’ve grown up to, and their multi-genre infused with rock approach has always appealed to me. Bohemian Rhapsody is a firm favourite, and I was delighted when the film with the same name was released a few years ago. Everyone gets to enjoy their genius all over again!

According to a Loudwire article, Don’t Stop Me Now is also considered the world’s most uplifting song, with the science to go along with it. Never mind that Freddie Mercury probably wrote this when he was sky high and out of control — this is an anthem for feeling good. I firmly believe that we all need a heavy dose of Happy to get through this crazy year, so sit back, enjoy and have a great weekend. TGIF!”

As always, you can follow along on our Spotify playlist.

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