Food-Themed Songs That’ll Make You Instantly HungryPosted on February 15, 2018
Food and music, our original OTP.
Music streaming is quite literally a musical buffet. Your subscription gets you an all-you-can-eat music experience that you can bring everywhere. With so many different flavours to choose from: pop, rap, dance, acoustic, indie etc., you’re bound to find something you love – just like at a buffet.
Not only will you want all of these food-themed songs on your playlist, but they’ll also make you super hungry. Dinner inspo, perhaps?!
Migos – “Stir Fry”
With the delicious food being cooked up in the video and the song’s title, there’s no possible way you won’t be calling your local takeout by the end of this tune.
PLUS This delicious trio is serving up stir fry on the streets of Toronto this week. You’re definitely gonna wanna check it out.
Nick Jonas ft. Ty Dolla $ign – “Bacon”
With a physique like his, we doubt Bacon is a regular part of Nick’s diet.
Drake – “Passionfruit”
Will Drake be serving up some passionfruit at his brand-new restaurant?! We sure hope so.
Maroon 5 – “Sugar”
Let’s be real: we’ve all got a sweet tooth. Especially for Adam Levine.
Zedd – “Candyman”
Or if Adam Levine isn’t your preferred flavour, the Candyman is bound to have some other options for you.
Rihanna – “Birthday Cake”
Even if it’s not your birthday, you deserve to indulge.
DNCE – “Cake By The Ocean”
And when there’s cake, there’s always room for seconds. Even more so by the ocean.
The 1975 – “Chocolate”
Who can turn down chocolate. But tbh, it’s chocolate in a car with The 1975 that we’re really after.
Lana Del Rey – “Cola”
And to wash it all down, who could forget a classic glass of cola.
Major Lazer ft. Justin Bieber – “Cold Water”
Or perhaps some “Cold Water” if soda isn’t your thing.
N.E.R.D. ft. Rihanna – “Lemon”
But don’t forget to top it off with a little lemon slice.
Katy Perry ft. Migos – “Bon Appetit”
Alright, needless to say we’re now very hungry. Time to eat!
Which of these songs got your mouth watering? Let us know in the comments below or over on Twitter @umusic