Like Sandy inexplicably infatuated with Danny in Grease, we've all had a moment (or several) in which we've been drawn to someone that we know is bad for us. We know we should look away, push down our feelings, and go on with our lives. But something stops us. We can't move. We need that person. We want to be hurt.
Today, up-and-coming Atlanta based artist Chrystel gives us a modern soundtrack for this universal, yet almost ridiculous concept. "Dangerous" is an upbeat track with a sobering message. As Chrystel's sultry voice sings, "Took me so high / Did me so good / But you let me down / And I knew you would."
She laments on her weakness, hating the fact that she needs her lover so badly. But this track comes with a slight twist, with Chrystel reminding us that we're not always so innocent.
You can learn more about Chrystel here:
About the curator - Cormac McGee
Cormac McGee is a DJ, artist manager and concert promoter based in Toronto, Canada. He’s played in front of crowds from 10 – 1,000 people and has run concerts with some of today’s top hip hop artists, including Drake, Future, Mac Miller, 6lack, Ab-Soul and more. He also runs the Music Den at Ryerson University, a business incubator for entrepreneurs in the music industry.