We made it to Friday! This New Music Friday is jam-packed with tracks from the likes of FINNEAS, Shawn Mendes, Bastille and more! See the full guide below.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of December 4, 2020:
1. “Monster (feat. blackbear & Demi Lovato)” – All Time Low
This incredible take on the original All Time Low and blackbear track is even better thanks to pop powerhouse, Demi Lovato’s killer vocals.
2. “Goosebumps (feat. Kenny Beats)” – Bastille
This song is of Bastille’s new EP of the same name and offers a bit of insight to what other genres and sounds the band is capable of. This track definitely is more pop-heavy but still have the earnestness of a great Bastille track.
3. “acting like that (feat. Machine Gun Kelly)” – YUNGBLUD
This track is fun and exciting from the get-go. It is upbeat and is overall just a great collaboration!
4. “Brains [HOME DEMO]” – deryk
Simple, but not a track to be overlooked. The raw vocal and quiet beats come together and draw the listener in. The track oozed with honesty from beginning to end.
5. “Stay Next To Me” – Quinn XCII & Chelsea Cutler
These two strong songwriters come together and manage to craft a sweet track that comes off as the perfect duet.
6. “Teach Me How To Love” – Shawn Mendes
Wonder, Shawn Mendes’ latest album dropped today and this track here is definitely a highlight of it. It’s soulful and smooth and will be sure to get any fan dancing.
7. “love blind” – WENS
A quiet track that doesn’t lack in lyrics and tells the story of a person going through changes due to hard times in love after accepting the love is over.
8. “Into You” – Melanie C
A track that transcends genres with ease: beginning with a dream-pop opening and slowly molding into an EDM-fueled chorus, this song gets the best of both worlds.
9. “Jaiye (Aluna and Sigag Lauren Remix)” – LADIPOE, Aluna & Sigag Lauren
A fun, danceable track gets even better thanks to this remix. It’s smooth and sultry but still exciting thanks to the stellar vocal performance throughout.
10. “Another Year” – FINNEAS
A look into someone who may not believe in all the stories of Christmas, but still enjoys the time of year where they can sit around with family and friends.
Which of these are on your New Music Friday playlist today? Any we missed?
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