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[Error: unknown template qotd]My top three musical artists, and this may be bit of an absurd combination, would be Arashi, Ed Sheeran and Mcfly.

First and foremost, Arashi is a group that generally gives off a feel-good vibe. In a group of five completely different individuals, no one hogs the spotlight, no one stands out over the others. They have an extraordinary balance among members and that's just one of the many reasons why I love them as a group. I feel like their best work is "Happiness" just because it's a song that truly uplifts one's spirits and if I'm feeling sad, I'll have this one blasting through the speakers, definitely. It's an amazing song. They're not exactly great singers and dancers but their charm lies in their chemistry.

I've been a fan of Ed Sheeran way before he became a big name in the music industry. I used to look for his albums in local music stores and I remember when no one knew his name. I loved him through The A Team and the Lego House and seeing him grow from that independent singer to a huge star known around the world is something I take pride in. I feel like his best work is The A Team. It's probably one of the least known songs of Ed but when I first internalized the song's lyrics, I sobbed so hard. It's too realistic and the words are so beautifully strung together in something poetic. I love it so much. His voice is something I will never get tired of.

Lastly, but definitely not the least, is Mcfly. I discovered them through Lindsay Lohan's "Just My Luck." I thought they were such a cute British band then. But they've grown into truly fine gentlemen. I love Mcfly because their songs tell stories and they make me dance. It's full of instruments, a cute tune, and the lyrics are cool. Tom and Danny write the songs for the band, too, and Tom is superbly talented. I think "Room on the Third Floor" is their best work. It's a mellow song about a room they've stayed in when they became a band. I will never get tired of listening to it.

I guess that's all. I'm too passionate about these people and I hope they last in the industry longer. :)
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