Happy New Music Friday! This week’s guide is full of brand new songs from some of the biggest names in music: Ariana Grande, Khalid, Diplo and more. See our full list below!
Top 10 Singles for the Week of February 8, 2019:
1. “break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored” – Ariana Grande
The highly anticipated new Ariana Grande album, thank u, next has dropped in this standout track shows Grande at her coolest and boldest.
2. “Holding Hands (feat. Elohim)” – Quinn XCII
A slow, chill track that talks of a sweet, innocent side of a pure relationship.
3.“Position to Win” – Migos
The latest Migos track is high energy and anthemic. It’s everything you need to take your workout to the next level.
4. “Living Room, NY” – Laura Stevenson
A singer-songwriter track with a hint of a synth twist that bring it to the modern age. Laura Stevenson’s unique vocal will draw you instantaneously.
5.“Missing You Crazy (Acoustic)” – Russ
A stripped version from an-already-great track. This rawness shows off the vocal and the earnest lyrics.
6. “New Shapes (feat. Octavian)” – Diplo
If you’re in need of a chilled EDM-influenced track, look no further. With muted backing beats and a relaxed tone this is a great new take for Diplo.
7. “Take It Easy” – The Lemonheads
A wonderful cover of The Eagles’ classic. With great implements of the original track that meet the standard Lemonheads sound, it breathes a whole new life into this song.
8. “Good Time” – Ocean Park Standoff
An upbeat, fun track that will you want to blast when you’re out with your friends and want to have a good time.
9. “Common (feat. Brandi Carlile)” – Maren Morris
The pop vocal team up we’ve been dreaming of. These two ladies have great range and aren’t afraid to show it on this track.
10.“Talk” – Khalid
A sultry, yearning lyric and vocal will draw you in from the very first note. The relaxed vibe makes this a perfect choice for your study playlist.
Which of these are on your New Music Friday playlist today? Any we missed?
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Need more music? Check out last week’s guide.