What’s On Your Liberty Air 2 Pro? #3: afterboy

In partnership with Soundcore

To celebrate the recent arrival of Soundcore’s next generation of wireless earbuds, the Liberty Air 2 Pro, we here at NME have partnered with the team at Soundcore to find out what music is keeping us all going as we bravely step into 2021. 

Following the first two editions of our special What’s On Your Liberty Air 2 Pro? series – featuring NME’s own Hannah Mylrea and Thomas Smith – this week it’s the turn of rising artist afterboy to tell us which artists and records he’s been listening to on his Liberty Air 2 Pro earbuds this month.

Stay tuned to NME.com for the final instalment of the What’s On Your Liberty Air 2 Pro? series, coming soon.

afterboy

Musician

afterboy wearing Soundcore's Liberty Air 2 Pro
afterboy wearing Soundcore’s Liberty Air 2 Pro

I’m currently listening to…

Good Charlotte – ‘Last December’

It’s classic Good Charlotte: a powerful, deep track.

The album that helps me unwind…

Juice WRLD – ‘Goodbye & Good Riddance’

This will always be a favourite of mine. A great album that combines multiple genres and feelings, it has a variety of songs that either get you pumped, ready to mosh or put you in a chill, relaxed mood.

The artist I’m most excited for in 2021…

Machine Gun Kelly

After the success of ‘Tickets To My Downfall’ and the way he switched lanes from rap to pop punk, I’m keen to see what his next move is – especially if he continues to work with Travis Barker and puts out another pop punk record.

The best feature of the Liberty Air 2 Pro…

It has to be the accompanying Soundcore app. The fact that an app even exists that helps you change the sound of the earbuds to suit wherever you are, what your ears can hear etc., is just crazy. No other brands are coming close to this right now!

The song that makes me hopeful for the future…

jxdn – ‘So What!’

jxdn is the only artist who is currently signed to Travis Barker’s label DTA Records, and is already paving the way for the alternative/emo/hip-hop genre.

UK readers can find out more about Soundcore and the Liberty Air 2 Pro by heading here, while US readers can head here.

Readers in the EU can head here, while those in Germany can head here.

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