Matthew McConaughey Just Dropped His Own Spotify Show And It's Straight Up Therapeutic

2020 finally has some good vibes 🎵✌
Matthew McConaughey Just Dropped His Own Spotify Show And It's Straight Up Therapeutic

It's been hard to stay positive this year, but lucky for us, Matthew McConaughey just started his own Spotify show and it's guaranteed to put a smile on your face.

The show, simply titled "Greenlights," takes you through some of McConaughey's favorite tunes that have helped him stay on his feet and keep the good times rollin' throughout his lifetime.

The Oscar-winning actor opens his show up with a tune from Aloe Blacc, conveniently titled, "Green lights."

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Get rid of some of that treble, bring up the bass. Clean up that pathway between our heads and hearts. Matthew McConaughey

The show clocks in at just over an hour-long, so whether your driving to work, chilling at home, and looking to sing in the shower, this is the show for you.

The show is named after his recently released memoir, "Greenlights," which is now available for super fans to get a special look into the life of McConaughey.

After starring in "The Gentlemen" earlier this year, he has been working as a professor at the University of Texas, where graduated from In 1993.

After listening to his show, you can look forward to hearing his voice again as the entrepreneurial koala "Buster Moon" in the sequel to 2016's "Sing," which is set to release in 2021.

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