Happy New Music Friday! Hope your holidays were great — now keep the fun rolling with some brand-new tunes from the likes of Kina Grannis, Bring Me the Horizon, Halsey and more! See our full guide below.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of December 27, 2019:
1. “Somebody Loved” – Kina Grannis
A sweet and calm ballad with wispy a vocal that is the perfect way to unwind after all the holiday action.
2. “Psycho” – Red Velvet
The K-pop era continues with this upbeat and pop track that is sure to be a hit with K-Pop fans and others alike.
3. “Hold On (feat. Michael Zitron)” – Martin Garrix
This is a great new direction that will be sure to shake up the EDM world — with an anthemic vocal and strong backing track it is still full of all the ingredients needed for a great EDM song.
4. “¿ (feat. Halsey)” – Bring Me the Horizon
The collaboration we needed — these two artists come together to craft something big and new. This track has rock and pop elements that meet with EDM sounds to create something new and exciting.
5. “HIGHEST IN THE ROOM (REMIX)[feat. ROSALIA & Lil Baby]” – Travis Scott
A new take on an already-infectious track that will be sure to take it even higher — get ready to put this one on repeat.
6. “Mistakes” – TheHxliday
A true R&B-infused track that pulls at the heartstrings probably because it hits home with most people.
7. “All Me (feat. Keyshia Cole)” – Kehlani
The two talented ladies come together and blend their wispy and dream-like vocals to create a beautiful soul masterpiece.
8. “nasa (live)” – Ariana Grande
Earlier this week, Ariana Grande dropped a surprise live album that fans went absolutely crazy for. It’s not hard to see why; Grande’s vocals are as perfect as ever and this track makes you feel like you were really at the show.
9. “Alone, Pt. II” – Alan Walker & Ava Max
A great collaboration if there ever was one. These two nail the feeling of being alone and just longing for the special someone to come into our lives and make it better, because we can’t make it alone.
10. “2020” – Great Good Fine OK
The song we need to launch into the new decade. It talks of leaving all the toxicity in 2019 and only moving full speed ahead into better things.