It’s New Music Friday! This week has new tunes from the likes of Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, A Day to Remember and more. See our full guide below.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of April 17, 2020:
1. “I Dare You” – Kelly Clarkson
Pop legend Kelly Clarkson returns with the anthem we need during this hard time. Her powerhouse vocal is infectious and earnest and just incredible.
2. “Mindreader” – A Day to Remember
This track is high-energy and catchy – everything you’d expect from hard-rockers A Day to Remember. This track and video is unique and a great addition to their long-standing work.
3. “I Think We’re Alone Now” – Billie Joe Armstrong
Lead vocalist of the iconic punk band Green Day, Billie Joe Armstrong dropped a new cover track by 80’s pop artist, Tiffany that’s one for the books.
4. “Doors” – Ben & Ben
Singer-songwriter style that talks of hiding this behind doors and how we all have a little bit of baggage as we navigate through our lives.
5. “Light of Love” – Florence + The Machine
Our favorite alternative duo is at it again and this time is relatable to just about everyone. It talks of quarantine and the world around us and the uncertainty in the air.
6. “Bigger Love” – John Legend
A reggae-styled track that shows off a new side of the famous John Legend while still displaying his killer vocal abilities.
7. “Coachella” – REYNA
Pop duo REYNA drops a track that’s name is sure to grab attention since the iconic festival was canceled this year due to COVID-19. This track is wispy and dreamlike, just like music festival it pays homage to.
8. “Coffee” – Kelly Rowland
A new era for this R&B artist proves to be some of her best and most insightful work yet. It’s thoughtful and smooth, creating the perfect R&B song.
9. “50ft.” – Lauren Jauregui
Former Fifth Harmony star, Lauren Jauregui returns with this gem of a track that shows off her abilities as an artist through smooth and thought-provoking lyrics.
10.“I’m Ready” – Sam Smith & Demi Lovato
This team of pop icons came together to create something memorable and unique to both of their discographies.