Jeff Goldblum reviews the Songs Of 2018

Jeff Goldblum reviews the Songs Of 2018

This year, Hollywood superstar Jeff Goldblum took his first steps in the music industry by releasing his phenomenal debut album, The Capitol Studios Sessions, with The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra. So, who better to ask to look back at some of 2018’s biggest and best songs than someone with fresh eyes and ears?

Calvin Harris & Sam Smith – Promises

“Even though I thought that this might be a cover version of something from Promises, Promises, the musical stage play taken from one of my favourite movies, The Apartment, I’m not at all disappointed. Sexy!”



Arctic Monkeys – Four Out Of Five

“Four Out Of Five? I give it Five Out Of Five Goldblums.”



Christine And The Queens – Girlfriend

“A smooth ’80s track. It has it all – piano, funky bass, phat synth. What’s not to like?”



Drake – God’s Plan

“This is the true joy in life – service, contribution. Long live Drake.”



Janelle Monáe - Make Me Feel

“Crazy beat. Kind of sounds like a plunger, in a good way. See if you agree.”



Bring Me The Horizon – Mantra

“If you’re like me and you’ve forgotten your mantra, you’ve got this song to remind you it’s probably OK.”



Ariana Grande – Thank U, Next

“Call me a narcissist, but because of James Corden’s appropriation/Goldblum tribute, this is my favourite song.”



Beyoncé and Jay-Z – Apeshit

“Genius couple! This is some really good s-h-i-tutt!”



Cardi B – I Like It

“I like it... very, very much. It’s an awakening (somewhat south of the border).”



1975 – Give Yourself A Try

“Wonderful song. I’m trying to apply what I think they mean. So far, so good.”



Eminem – Venom

“Powerful, compelling, dark and foreboding. Finger on the pulse?”



Jeff Goldblum & The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra Feat. Haley Reinhart – My Baby Just Cares For Me

“When we play this song with Haley, it makes me smile. Haley is queen.”

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