Certified Slower Boy.
I’m not sure if the scientific method is exactly watertight here, but listening to Drake’s music may be causing you to run slower. I did wonder if this was perhaps because people were having to slow down to skip the track whenever one of his songs came on, but apparently it’s not. On a very basic intuitive level, it does stand to reason that different music can cause you to run at different speeds. For example, people who regularly listen to jump-up drum n bass often run at practically pavement-scorching speeds. Granted, this is because they’re usually running away from the police, but that’s neither here nor there. The study concluded that the Canadian crooner caused the greatest drop in pace, followed by BTS, Nicki Minaj, and Katy Perry. On the flip side, people ran faster when listening to Kanye West, Cardi B, Rihanna, Britney Spears, Harry Styles and Travis Scott. But the overall winner responsible for the greatest increase in speeds was… Beyonce. So put on Single Ladies and go for a jog – because science said so.Read Original Story