~.:Music is life:.~

Well, ASMR is life. But music is life, too.  I am incredibly proud of my music taste and my SoundCloud (hint, hint). But, I thought I’d share with you some of my favorite songs!

I like a mix of both lighthearted, upbeat songs and deep, dark songs.  To coincide with the theme of ASMR however, I have compiled a list of all of my go-to feel-good songs that I hope fill your heart with content as much as they have done so for me- and maybe even perhaps become a favorite song for you too?!


This one is a no-brainer. If you’ve been following my channel/my life then you might’ve stumbled across a visual podcast I created in Spring 2015.  It had been exactly a year since my university and friends had “discovered” my ASMR channel. I think I’ve touched upon the aftermath of that experience on my channel but I’m ashamed to say that I felt as though it broke me.


 I’ll link the video I made for this journalism class I took abroad.

P.S. I got an A on the project.


I stumbled across this song before I moved to Texas. I’m attracted to songs with lots of fun, quirky sounds like water-drip sounds and acoustic drum beats.  I also love that the song is called “zZz” and the vocal sample sings, “Like a lullaby”


This one is an oldie but a goodie. I heard this song first in a car commercial in high school, Shazam-ed it and it soon became one of my most-played songs on iTunes. I find it upbeat and inspiring and hope you do too.


Yep, this one is a lil different than the others on this list. To me, it sounds a bit sadder but my mind goes a little crazy around 2:19 when it slows down and picks up. Almost as if the song is saying, “Just keep swimming.”  The introduction of the bass shortly after leads to a satisfying end.


Okay. I am sharing this song on this blog but I was hesitant to originally do so. This is one of my FAVORITE SONGS of all time. I’m a sucker for quirky Jersey-club-type songs.  The higher the BPM the higher my heart-rate!  I love the subtle harp and guitar sound, the lyrics and even the strategically-placed bed squeaks here and there.


This is a recent addition to the list. Draper is very-much-so an electronic artist and this song is the epitome of electronic music. Its lightheartedness and good-vibes are uplifting and fun. It’s just a dependable feel-good song TBH.


I stumbled across this song in a friend of mine’s “Favorites” and was insulted he never directly shared the song with me because I love it so much. That is all.


So… funny story about this song. I was in the car with my mom and was checking my YouTube channel email and a fellow from Australia had written to me. I’m not going to put the whole email in here but here’s a lil chunk from it:

The track is probably one of the most “uplifting” or “pretty” songs I have done, Which reminds me of you in a way, So when it came to naming the track, “Lily” seemed appropriate. I watched your “What Is ASMR” video and it really pisses me off that people give you shit, You literally saved my life.

I can not truly express how much you have helped my, You truly are an amazing person, And I thank you so so much.

He sent me this a month or two after the whole university ordeal and receiving it meant the world to me and still does.


Last, but certainly not least, is a tropical-house-esque song by Autograf. I recently missed them when they were in Texas because I went home for the Fourth of July but this remix of Lorde’s song “Team” rocks my socks off.

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Lily Whispers ASMR

Hey there! I'm a YouTube content creator who makes ASMR videos to help you relax and fall asleep~


Steve Roberts · October 21, 2016 at 4:52 am

Hey, that YouTube video was great! Your Smile at the end was the highlight! I know you have a pretty diverse music appreciation, so to expand your musical horizons you need to listen to Genesis – The lamb lies down on Broadway. Try “The Waiting Room”, which is the track right after Lilywhite Lillith 🙂 Not many albums have music that can scare you but if can listen to the entire album… lots of interesting sounds that you might like. This isn’t the Genesis from the eighties, this is Peter Gabriel at his most creative moments. You may hate it … but many think it rivals Dark Side Of The Moon. This album broke Peter Gabriel’s mind and he left the band after this album. So many deep lyrics that make you really visualize. “It’s the bottom of a staircase that spirals out of sight….” Not many people are aware of early Genesis, but the name says it all. The coming into being of something…. sorry am I getting too philosophical…

Love everything you create, and all your different smiles!

Does anybody else know about your blog or have I found a secret door?! 😉

    Satchel · November 5, 2016 at 1:21 pm

    Unveliebable how well-written and informative this was.

Boss · November 5, 2016 at 2:04 pm

So excited I found this article as it made things much qurceki!

Justina Wayts · November 8, 2016 at 12:55 pm

That’s a smart way of thinking about it.

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