Happy New Music Friday! Check out all of our favorites from Panic! At The Disco, Demi Lovato, Ariana Grande, James TW and literally so many more! See our guide below for all your new favorite jams!
Top 10 Singles for the Week of June 22, 2018:
1. “Dancing’s Not A Crime” – Panic! At the Disco
One of the biggest tunes on the new Panic! record, Pray For The Wicked and will be sure to get you, you guessed it, dance.
2. “the light is coming” (feat. Nicki Minaj) – Ariana Grande
The newest Ariana collab is one for the books; opening with a strong verse from Nicki Minaj, it sets the tone for the whole song. Ariana hones a different sound that has heavy rap influences, and we’re obsessed.
3.“Sober” – Demi Lovato
Demi dropped a surprise heartbreaking ballad about breaking her sobriety. She apologizes to her family, love and fans in this tear-jerker track.
4. “Drop” (feat. Blac Youngsta & BlocBoy JB) – G-Eazy
Your new favorite rap track. The beat makes it easy to dance too, so get ready to hear it next time you go for a night out!
5.“Hollywood” (feat. Snoop Dogg & Jamie Principle) – Gorillaz
One of the most unexpected collaborations, ever probably. This weirdly fun track brings the best from all three artists, resulting in a catchy, synth-rap track that you’ll be loving.
6. “Your Side of the Bed” – Loote
A catchy pop track with synth beat and relatable lyrics. Add this to your “Getting Over Them” playlist.
7. “Kids” – Ben Rector
The classic singer-songwriter pop sound you love with the perfect nostalgic words to get you thinking about the good old days.
8. “Headfirst” – This Wild Life
A sweet, light acoustic ballad with a wispy vocal and charming lyrics that will be the perfect addition to your coffee shop playlist.
9. “Dancing in the Moonlight” (feat. NEIMY) – Jubel
An EDM and pop blend that will be great for a late-night drive with your fav people. Good vibes all around with this song.
10.“Say Love” (Acoustic) – James TW
A new stripped version of an old favorite. This version really showcases James’ vocal range and is almost better than the original!
Which of these are on your New Music Friday playlist today? Any we missed?
Let us know in the comments!
Need more music? Check out last week’s picks.