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Austin Mahone and Daya album artwork

Austin Mahone and Daya album artwork

Austin Mahone and Daya album artwork

Julia Maldonado

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Austin Mahone – The Secret EP – 2014 – Pop / EDM

Mahone’s album has a wide range of styles, from ballads (All I Ever Need, The One I’ve Waited For) to electronic (Next to You). There isn’t one specific genre Mahone sticks with, so there is a tune or two for everyone.

Daya – Sit Still, Look Pretty – 2016 – Pop

Daya has a blend of girl empowering messages (Hide Away, and Sit Still, Look Pretty) and some electronic beats (Dare). Throw in some of today’s slang (I.C.Y.M.I., Thirsty) and a wide range of musical styles, and there you have Daya’s catchy album.

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