Happy New Music Friday! This week has awesome music brought to you by H.E.R., Dua Lipa, lovelytheband and more! See our full guide below.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of January 31, 2020:
1. “Sometimes” – H.E.R.
The Grammys were a huge success with great performances, and this track was one of the best. It shows H.E.R. at her most vulnerable, relatable and inspirational thanks to expressive lyrics and a moving melody.
2. “Physical” – Dua Lipa
From the upcoming Future Nostalgia, this track is futuristic pop with those same angsty lyrics we know and love from Dua Lipa. If the high energy of this track sets the tone for the whole album, then we can’t wait for it’s release.
3. “Holy Grail” – Kid Ink
A new track from Kid Ink that is catchy and inspired. This track won’t be out of your head anytime soon, but we don’t think that you’ll mind.
4. “Last Time” – Midnight Kids
A sweet and simple voice opens this track and leads to the build-up of the strong chorus. The anthemic sound is infectious and is sure to be a fan favorite.
5. “Blue Moon Rising” – Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
The opening beat holds through for the entirety of this song and it perfectly complements Noel Gallagher’s vocal creating a dreamlike pop track that’s sure to please.
6. “Headshot” – Madge
A hauntingly deep track that is intriguing from the very first note. It’s unique sound and vibe will be a standout on any playlist.
7. “Loneliness For Love” – lovelytheband
Former BTS cover stars, lovelytheband have returned with another solid alt-pop track that evokes the emo in all of us.
8. “Lucky” – Fleur East
The third single from the upcoming album “Fearless” is a high-energy track that will be sure to get just about everyone moving. Perfect for your weekend party playlist.
9. “Leave it Alone” – Hayley Williams
The next installment from the Hayley Williams solo project is a slow-burning ballad that hits home with heavy lyrics and a simple beat.
10. “Anyone” – Demi Lovato
Another highlight of the Grammys was Demi Lovato’s return to music. Her newest track –penned just four days before her tragic overdose– is a cry for help is sure to pull the heartstrings of all who hear it.