Happy New Music Friday! This week’s picks include jams from Bastille, Bon Iver, Kim Petras and more! See our full guide below.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of June 7, 2019:
1. “I Think I’m OKAY (feat. YUNGBLUD & Travis Barker)” – Machine Gun Kelly
MGK opens the track with earnest lyrics and morphs into a strong-willed anthemic when YUNGBLUD drops in with a hard-hitting verse. The culmination Travis Barker’s voice with the other two really brings this track to life.
2. “Hey, Ma” – Bon Iver
Bon Iver’s traditional singer-songwriter sound with wispy sounds making it all the more sweet sounding.
3. “Clarity” – Kim Petras
The next track from this pop queen is a smooth R&B influenced song that has an Ariana Grande-sounding chorus. Some of Kim Petras’ best work yet.
4. “Those Nights” – Bastille
The next installment from the upcoming album, Doom Days is full of honest vocals and hard-hitting lyrics. The perfect blend of pop and rock coming together to create a real song.
5. “Be Nice (feat. Snoop Dogg)” – Black Eyed Peas
An unexpected track that is the perfect combination of a good message and fun beat. A summer anthem if there ever was one.
6. “Choir” – Guy Sebastian
A soulful track that will pull on the heartstrings while talking about those who are another longer with us.
7. “Miracle” – Labrinth
A soft, somber track that offers R&B/soul influences backed by a heartfelt vocal.
8. “Call Me” – Rozes
This track offers a real look into Rozes’ vocal ability and prooves her ability as a pop powerhouse. This raw longing track is some of her best work yet.
9. “Sugar Sweet” – Larkins
Alternative sound with singer-songwriter lyrics. This track has a good beat that runs into a chorus that will get you moving. It’s easy to tell that this track will be great live, too.
10. “Happy When I’m Sad” – Jonas Brothers
One of the many highlights from the new Jonas Brothers album. This pop-heavy and harmonious track is a great encapsulation of the new era.
Which of these are on your New Music Friday playlist today? Any we missed?
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