Congrats! You’ve made it to Friday. Check out our New Music Friday guide to jumpstart your weekend. With hits from The Band CAMINO, Carly Rae Jepsen, Halsey and more, you’ll have the best time. See our full guide below.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of May 17, 2019:
1. “Rescue Me” – OneRepublic
An edgy pop song with a raw vocal from Ryan Tedder that will be sure to light up any playlist.
2. “Go” – The Black Keys
The next installment of what is bound to be an amazing record. This track offers the unique and infectious sound that every great Black Keys song has with a vintage vibe.
3.“Doin’ Time” – Lana Del Rey
After a bit of a break between releasing new music, Lana is back and better than ever. The angsty track is full of her classic sound with dreamy views of the upcoming summer.
4. “Good Things Fall Apart” – Illenium & Jon Bellion
A slow-starting, earnest track that talks of overthinking and what happens when it all falls apart.
5.“Blame It On Your Love (feat. Lizzo)” – Charli XCX
A longing-sounding track that brings to pop powerhouse vocalists together in a way that manages to show off the raw sides to both of their voices. Get ready to get addicted to this one.
6. “Want You in My Room” – Carly Rae Jepsen
A dream-pop haven. Complete with quirky and fun backing tracks with Jepsen’s youthful and wispy vocal this is definitely a highlight from her album, Dedicated, which dropped today.
7. “Throw Fits (feat. City Girls & Juvenile)” – London On Da Track & G-Eazy
A track with the perfect rap team to bring it to life. London and G-Eazy offer quick rhymes while City Girls and Juvenile offer attitude and style.
8. “GRoCERIES (feat. TisaKorean & Murda Beatz)” – Chance the Rapper
The classic unique sound from Chance with the addition of vocal of TisaKorean and EDM influence of Murda Beatz takes this fun track to the next level.
9. “See Through” – The Band CAMINO
The perfect alternative track with hard-hitting back beats and heart-tugging lyrics.
10. “Nightmare” – Halsey
Possibly the edgiest track yet from Halsey is hard-hitting and anthemic. Some of her best work to date.
Which of these are on your New Music Friday playlist today? Any we missed?
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