New Music Friday: Little Mix Says “You Gotta Not” & MORE

Posted on October 28, 2016 by
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It’s #NewMusicFriday — which means ANDPOP will be filling you in on all the new songs you should be listening to them day they get released — today. Because you deserve to listen to the best of the best.

This week we have retro cool pop music, a new Disney soundtrack, a full record from the coolest lady in town –Tove Lo, empowering anthems and so much more.



Tove Lo’s Lady Wood

Tove Lo is easily one of the coolest ladies in the music world right now with her innovative beats, genre bending pop tunes, and sultry vocals.


“You Gotta Not” by Little Mix

The sassy “You Gotta Not” is the perfect follow up to their anthem “Shout Out To My Ex.” The tune off of their upcoming album reminds us of all the things others do that makes us say “You Gotta Not.” We love the attitude and the message of not settling.

I Got You by BeBe Rehxa

The baddest bitch in the game right now, BeBe Rehxa is back with another fun dance track with sick beats and killer vocals.


Can I Be Him by James Arthur

We’ve never met a James Arthur song we didn’t love. “Can I Be” is passionate, emotional, and chill inducing.

Room 2 by Dua Lipa

This indie songstress is one of our newest fave. We love her simple beats, raw vocals and effortless cool factor.

Blown by DNCE ft. Kent Jones

We’re starting to get more music from DNCE’s upcoming self titled debut, “Blown” is pop music at it’s best with retro vibes and a catchy chorus. This is the funkiest pop music has ever sounded and we are here for it.


“How Far I’ll Go

NEW ALESSIA CARA. WE REPEAT. NEW ALESSIA CARA. In her new tune for the animated film Moana, we get a modern “I Can Go The Distance” vibes. The tune is stunning, emotional, empowering — and as usual, her raw and raspy vocals just soar. Of course, track is completed with fun beats in the chorus — but regardless, you WILL get chills.

Home by Gnash ft. Johnny Yukon

We can’t get enough of Gnash’s sweet, heartfelt lyrics and soft vocals — a rap verse is the perfect addition to this heartwarming song about home.

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