Happy New Music Friday! This week will be sure to get your 2020 off to a great start if hasn’t been amazing yet. See new tunes from gnash, Khalid, Ozzy and more. See the full guide below.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of January 10, 2020:
1. “hungover & i miss u” – gnash
A new gnash classic. It’s sad, thoughtful and relatable. It talks of trying to get over someone by a night only to wake up the next morning feeling even worse.
2. “You Should Be Sad” – Halsey
The next installment of the highly anticipated Manic album is a strong-willed track that is a therapeutic escape for Halsey from a past breakup.
3. “Eleven” – Khalid
A chilled out track that is smooth and earnest. It talks about hanging out with someone the first few times and you’re constantly wondering how important you are to them and if there’s a future.
4. “Diamonds” – Megan Thee Stallion & Normani
A great collaboration if there ever was one. This is high-energy and catchy from the word go. Get ready to hear this one all over the radio.
5. “Ordinary Man (feat. Elton John)” – Ozzy Osbourne
This iconic duo of artists can’t go unnoticed. It’s anthemic and shows off the best of the vocals from each of these legends.
6. “Two 10s” – Quinn XCII
A singer-songwriter masterpiece. This track has a flair that takes it even higher. The story is a relatable one; the days when you had to ask your parents for money to have a good time with some friends and you have to reassure them you’re not gonna do anything crazy.
7. “Me in 20 Years” – Moses Sumney
A strong falsetto vocal. An honest message. An instant classic that won’t be soon forgotten.
8. “Half My Age” – Joywave
This fun and new-age sounding track has an infectious beat that will be sure to get just about anyone moving. The chorus is killer and the hooks are to die for.
9. “Feel The Way I Want” – Caroline Rose
The first single from her album Superstar is reminiscent of 80’s pop and offers a fun sound that will be sure to move you in no time.
10. “Rare” – Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez’s new album Rare dropped today and the title track is definitely a highlight. It’s disconnected in a good way that draws you in and still manages to create a pop song that you can totally dance to.