Happy New Music Friday! This week’s guide has tracks from MisterWives, Jhené Aiko, Halsey and more! See the full guide below.
- “Wrap Me Up” – Jhené Aiko
A smooth and sultry holiday track that will please Christmas music fans and R&B fans alike. You will want to listen to this track all year long because the holiday season just isn’t long enough.
- “Stepped on a Bee” – MisterWives
An anthemic dream. This track will have any listener belting out the lyrics to the chorus after just one listen. It’s hard-hitting and earnest and some of MisterWives’ best work to date.
- “Could Have Been Me” – Halsey
From the soundtrack for Sing 2, this track is an instant crowd-pleaser. It showcases a punk side of Halsey while still showcasing her impeccable voice.
- “Poison” – Aaliyah & The Weeknd
This dreamy and intoxicating song offers a sweet side from both of these artists. They come together and their sounds flow perfectly together. Add this one to your “cozy night in” playlist.
- “Clearview” – Sophie Powers & NOAHFINNCE
Strong-willed and hard-hitting, this track is as exciting as it is energetic. It’s high-energy and fun with a strong backbeat that will be sure to get just about anyone on their feet.
- “Go It Alone (From Rumble)” – Joe Jonas
Jonas Brothers frontman Joe Jonas is back with a solo track for a new animated film Rumble. It’s catchy and fun and sure to be the hit of the movie!
- “The New Me” – Thomas Day
A simple but beautiful singer-songwriter ballad. With a vocal that calls out to listeners with honesty and emotion, this track is sure to be some of Thomas Day’s best work yet.
- “The Best Part of Life” – SAINt JHN
An infectious and memorable track. You’ll have this one stuck in your head even after just one listen. (You won’t mind, though).
- “Bite Me (Acoustic)” – Avril Lavigne
A reimagined version of Avril Lavigne’s latest single. This version is so raw and earnest it sheds a whole new light on this already-amazing song.
- “No Reason” – Big Thief
A somber singer-songwriter track that talks about the hardship of long-distance relationships. It’s heart-tugging and relatable and sure to be an instant fan favorite.
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