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.
Childish Gambino’s “Redbone”
A week before his third studio album release, the musician/actor has dropped”Redbone” a soulful track to get you excited for the upcoming week.
Usher’s “Wait For It”
For the forthcoming Hamilton Mixtape, the highly successful musical gets the Usher touch on the musical’s tune “Wait for It” — and it’s as beautiful, and emotional as you’d expect.
John Mayer’s “Love On The Weekend”
It’s been three years since we last heard new music from John Mayer — but he’s back with a calm track perfect for sunsets, and “love on the weekend.”
Sean Paul & Dua Lipa’s “No Lie”
When we say this is the one you should NOT miss out this New Music Friday, we’re not lying. Sean Paul and Dua Lipa’s collaboration on “No Lie” is so lit, you’ll be jamming out to the chorus all weekend long.
Sia’s “Never Give Up”
There isn’t a thing Sia could do that we wouldn’t love. From Nicole Kidman and Dev Patel latest film Lion‘s soundtrack, “Never Give Up” gives us a Bollywood feel — and it suits her voice surprisingly well.
BANNERS’ “Holy Ground”
Peaceful, calming, BANNERS’ “Holy Ground” is what you need this weekend to be at ease.
Noah Cyrus & Labrinth’s “Make Me (Cry)”
Yes, you read that right — Miley Cyrus’ younger sibling Noah is following her family’s footsteps. Cyrus collaborated with the talented Labrinth on “Make Me” where you can hear a lot of similarities between herself and older sister Miley’s voice — and we love it.
Sabby Sousa’s “Heartbreak Hotel”
Toronto artist Sabby Sousa’s first single will have you rooting for this local girl and demanding to hear more once you hear a second of her infectious sound.
Sia, Miguel & Queen Latifah’s “Satisfied”
Another track from the highly anticipated Hamilton Mixtape is graced with Sia and Miguel’s vocals PLUS a Queen Latifah rap. If you’re in the very very very small part of the population who hasn’t heard Hamilton’s soundtrack yet, you’ll want to now.
Bridgit Mendler’s “Nemesis”
Fans always knew actress Bridgit Mendler could crush it on screen as her performance in Disney’s Lemonade Mouth gave us her musical side — but she’s back with her new EP and trust us when we say it’s NOT what you’re expecting. Her synth indie sounds are everything and we’re OBSESSED.