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Spotify Saturdays with Seth Lui

Here at Hype & Stuff, we believe that one’s music taste says a lot about them, and we’re more than curious to find out the top 5 soundtracks that make up one’s life. This week, we speak to Seth Lui, founder of SETHLUI.com and Hypeandstuff.com, for his top Spotify picks.

If it wasn’t clear before, Seth is my boss. And those who know him, will know that he’s a man of very few words. Seth often spends his day hard at work behind his laptop, ever so focused as he juggles the weight of the company in his hands. Getting to know Seth on a musical level was interesting to me because his music and podcast preferences spoke volumes, a stark contrast to an otherwise quiet day in the office with him by our side.

Tell us your name, and how you’d introduce yourself to someone whom you’re meeting for the first time.
Seth Lui.

What are the five tracks of your life?

  1. Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win – Book by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin
  2. bad guy – Billie Eilish
  3. The Dark Knight – Hans Zimmer
  4. Something Just Like This – The Chainsmokers & Coldplay
  5. This Is What It Feels Like – Armin van Buuren feat. Trevor Guthrie

Why would you consider this playlist to be significant to you?
Motivational and uplifting music brings my mood to new heights.

Pick one track and tell me your fondest/most interesting memory of it.
Armin van Buuren feat. Trevor Guthrie – This Is What It Feels Like.
When everyone sang along to it during UMF Bali, and everyone just seemed peaceful and united through song.

If I had asked you this question 10 years ago, what is the one track that your then-self would have picked as your favourite?
Eminem – Lose Yourself

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