It’s that time again! New Music Friday is here and our guide is filled with ten new tracks from the likes of The Neighborhood, Spencer Barnett and more. See the full guide here.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of August 28, 2020:
1. “Middle of Nowhere” – The Neighborhood
The next installment of the upcoming album Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones is whimsical and dreamy and leans into the alternative group’s pop side and it’s working.
2. “48 Hours in Paris” – Spencer Barnett
This fun track is upbeat and uplifting and talks of adventures in a new city on no sleep. To take this track even higher Barnett released an official live video of the track too that’s moving and a new take on the already-great track.
3. “January Rain” – PVRIS
A dark, but beautiful song that carries into a smooth and chill chorus that doesn’t lack on catchiness and meaningful lyrics.
4. “Daylight” – Joji & Diplo
A pop dream while there are hints of EDM, this is definitely a pop-centered track that is still danceable and fun.
5. “rue” – girl in red
The singer-songwriter has returned with a new track that has a bit more edge than her past discography. The hard-hitting chorus shows a new side to girl in red and we’re dying for more.
6. “Ice Cream” – BLACKPINK & Selena Gomez
A collab we didn’t know that we needed. This track is definitely unique for both artists but they come together to create a hip-hop-infused pop masterpiece.
7. “Over Now” – Calvin Harris & The Weeknd
This smooth and sultry track is draped in soulful 70’s vibes and The Weeknd’s falsetto is the perfect addition.
8. “everything at once” – Mothica
The backing on this track might be simple, but the message is not. It talks about the lowest lows we can go through as humans and how hard it is to feel everything at once.
9. “Take You Back” – Russ & Khelani
A classic-sounding R&B track that has sultry vocals and infectious backing beats. Perfect for any chill night in playlist.
10. “Down” – Mokita
A simple, but a hard-hitting track that has a sweet message in its core: being there for people who need it. Mokita’s vocal soothes by reassuring that we all go through times like this.