"No Plans" by AJ Mitchell (feat. Marteen) is added to #DatGetRightMusic
playlist because of the carefree and f*ck-it attitude of the track. We all can use that mentality more often, especially when it comes to enjoying life. AJ Mitchell and Marteen express that spirit, through the track, that its ok to let go of the plan and still know that everything is gonna be alright. The spirit is "no plans", yet "no worries". The confidence that things are good and will always be good, as long as we focus on positive, is a consciousness that if developed would make life better for all. As soon as we steer from this mental polarity we get what we look for. Being positive shows faith that you can handle whatever comes your way. This consciousness creates circumstances that reflect itself in your life. You have to believe life is good before life is good. Just the way it works.
Biography (from Facebook About page)
His confidence boosted, his multifaceted range was highlighted early on in one of his first original singles, “Used to Be,” a bittersweet pop/R&B track about a failing relationship he’d penned at the age of 13. The song became a crowd favorite during his premier showcase tour, which took him from New York to Los Angeles, where he has lived since 2016. Citing a well-rounded host of influences, from Coldplay to the Beatles to Bruno Mars and Lil Wayne, his songwriting ability aligns with a vocal presence that raises expectations about the bright musical future ahead.
Now, with more than 15 million plays on Spotify, he’s launching his Epic Records debut EP, Hopeful, with a repertoire of songs that broadens his sound and expounds on subject matter very familiar to the charismatic teen. The infectious “Girls” is a radio-friendly gem that nails the buoyant vibe that AJ was aiming for.