The weekend’s here and that means it’s time for another New Music Friday guide! This week is full of tracks from artists like Mabes, James Bay and more. See the full guide here.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of July 10, 2020:
1. “Mess Me Up” – Neon Trees
From the forthcoming album, I Can Feel You Forgetting Me this track sheds new light on the alt-pop group. It’s a ballad style anthem that is earnest and relatable.
2. “Queen of Broken Hearts” – blackbear
Alternative artist blackbear is back with a unique track that’s a new style that’s as intriguing as it is infectious.
3. “Too Young to Love” – Mabes
A heart-tugging track from the first note. The song is complete with earnest vocals with lyrics to match. It talks of not knowing what’s right and worth the risk in a relationship.
4. “Chew on my Heart” – James Bay
Everyone’s favorite singer-songwriter is back with a new track that features a wispy vocal that slowly transforms into a high-energy catchy chorus that carries the song.
5. “Are You Even Real” – James Blake
This haunting sounding track follows a person who is completely in awe of their person and unsure if they’re actually real.
6. “Don’t Cry For Me (feat. Jason Derulo)” – Alok & Martin Jensen
This track brings a great group of artists that offers a deeper side to an EDM track than you’d normally see and it’s a masterpiece. This track is honest and true and will be sure to be a hit on the radio waves.
7. “Since I Was Young (With Kesha)” – Wrabel
A soulful track that talks of getting older and time flying by and coming to terms with who we are and what we really want in life.
8. “My Man” – Becky G
Becky G, one of our favorite Latina artists is back and serves a track that tells a good story while still managing to make us dance. Get ready to put this one on repeat.
9. “I Wanna Know” – The Hunna
The alt-rock track you’ve been wanting. It’s unique and high energy and all-around a great track that will have you singing along at the top of your lungs.
10. “Come & Go (feat. Marshmello)” – Juice Wrld
This new track from the late Juice Wrld in some of his best work and Marshmello’s feature makes it even better.