Happy New Music Friday! This week is full of new jams from the likes of Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper, Sam Smith and more! See the full guide below.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of September 18, 2020:
1. “HOLY (feat. Chance the Rapper)” – Justin Bieber
A new direction and possible era for pop icon Justin Bieber — this track offers a sweet message poured over a simple and soulful backing track that will be sure to put a smile on anyone’s face.
2. “Ready for You (feat. Celeste)” – Black Coffee
A slow-building track that offers a great pay off. It’s a soulful electronic-sounding track that perfectly backs up Celeste’s earnest vocal for the entirety of the track.
3. “Diamonds” – Sam Smith
The pop crooner is back and returns with a dramatic track that has attitude. It’s got an infectious chorus that will have you dancing.
4. “RUN” – Shannon K
An anthemic track from the get-go. It’s got an uplifting message of empowerment all wrapped up in a strong pop track with a killer vocal.
5. “goodtimes” – deryk
A simple and soft track that offers heart-tugging lyrics that will be sure to hit anyone who listens.
6. “Tomorrow” – Your Grandparents
A fun and unique song from the very beginning. The group collective sound is something new and not something to be missed. This track has elements of pop, rap and R&B all together and the result is killer.
7. “miss andry” – flowerkid
A powerful and haunting track that will draw you in from the word go. It’s hard-hitting and earnest with a catchy backing to it.
8. “Naked” – Ava Max
Popstar Ava Max has dropped her latest album Heaven & Hell today and this track is a highlight. It’s reminiscent of older music with the danceability of modern tracks.
9. “Get Away” – Hayley Gene Penner
A stellar singer-songwriter track. While the simple melody is calming and peaceful, the vocal is sweet and airy but tells a hart-tugging tale.
10. “cowboy in LA” – LANY
Our fav alt-pop band is back with a new track that is off their forthcoming album, mama’s boy due out next month. The track talks of the contrast of southern hospitality and LA life and trying to merge the two.