Boss D.J

Boss D.J

Anthony Brooks, Staff Writer

“Boss D.J.” is one of the best songs to listen to while you’re thinking about life stuff. “Boss D.J.” is one of Bradley Nowell’s acoustic songs and one of the best, it was released in 1994 on the album Robbin’ The Hood by Sublime. This album is one of their lesser known ones. In “Boss D.J.,” Bradley sings about how it’s easier to express your feelings by singing when you’re thinking about stuff that maybe bothers you. It’s a great song to put on and sing along to and express how you feel. One of my favorite lyrics from the song is “I’m a funky, not a junkie, but I know where to get it.” As you can see from that lyric, it’s probably not the best song to play around the family, but it’s catchy! Boss D.J. has such soothing chords. They go together so perfectly. All the more reason why I really need to learn it on my guitar.