Underwood, who is a known rock and metal fan, enjoying the classic hits as much as anthemic, pulse-pounding metalcore such as I Prevail, tells SiriusXM that the new workout channel is “all about just picking music that makes you feel good.”
“I like stuff that I can either dance to or get mad with — it kind of depends on my mood and what I’m doing,” she adds.
It appears that the songs to help get your body in motion will showcase a diverse range of musical styles. It’s something Falling In Reverse do on their own on “Watch the World Burn,” which showcases rap, metalcore, trap and symphonic elements.
“It switches gears a lot, and it’s kind of an epic song,” Underwood enthuses, “Whenever you get a song that is just epic — like, it’s long and visual and switching cadence — I always think that’s cool. So that one gets me going.”
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