Another New Music Friday is finally here! New singles from Big Time Rush, DNCE, Joshua Bassett and more! Check out our guide below to see all the new music dropped!
1. “Not Giving You Up” – Big Time Rush
The iconic boyband dropped their second single since their comeback and it’s the perfect electro-pop love song we needed from them.
2. “Doppelgänger” – Joshua Bassett
Bassett’s first release of the new year, this new heart-wrenching single looks back on a past relationship and the realization of not being over an ex.
3. “Shadow of Mine” – Alec Benjamin
A piano-driven track showcasing Benjamin’s soft vocals as he expresses the shackles of mental health and inner negativity.
4. “Not Your Fault” – Yaeow
An emotional and raw reminder for those going through tough mental battles at the hands of others and healing. Tissues are definitely going to be needed.
5. “Earthquake” – Jasiah ft. jxdn
A pop-punk duo we didn’t know we needed. There’s no doubt fans will love this collab and even better, there’s more to come from the pair.
6. “Slim Waist” – Erica Banks
A bold new single that emphasizes self-love and adoration. A track that’s sure to be added to your pre-party playlist.
7. “Dancing Feet” – DNCE
The first release from the group since 2018, this funky electro-pop dance track is just what we needed. Joe Jonas’ intense vocals and striking falsettos just add more reason to be obsessed.
8. “Oddities and Prodigies” – Caroline Romano
From her debut album, the guitar-driven, punk-inspired single is the perfect empowerment single. You’ll definitely be blasting this one dancing around your room.
9. “Freaky Deaky” – Doja Cat & Tyga
A smooth and sexy R&B track that showcases the duo’s effortless vocals along with their flair.
10. “Suppress” – Dylan Sinclair
An effortless, empathetic R&B, Bryson Tiller-esque, track Sinclair sings on taking accountability in his relationship.
Which of these will you be adding to your New Music Friday playlist today? Any we missed?
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