We’ve made it into March and to another New Music Friday! This week brought some great singles from our some of our favs like, Three Days Grace, Dj Khaled and CHVRCHES.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of March 2, 2018:
1. “Everyday” – Logic & Marshmello
A catchy track that will give you the motivation to make this your most productive day yet!
2. “Top Off” – DJ Khaled (feat. JAY Z, Future and Beyoncé)
Probably the best group in rap history. These four talented artists come together and create a high energy track that is sure to please.
3. “Put Me Back Together” – Cheat Codes (feat. Kiiara)
Kiiara’s opening vocal is enough to make you drop everything and listen, so add Cheat Codes and this instantly becomes one of your new favorite songs.
4. “My Enemy” – CHVRCHES (feat. Matt Berninger)
The second singles from CHVRCHES upcoming album, Love Is Dead is a reminiscent of 80s pop all the while still serving that modern take that we know and love.
5.“Good Vibes” – ALMA, Troye Styrke
Part of ALMA’S new mixtape, this song proves to be one her best work yet and adding Troye Styrke to it only makes it that much better!
6. “Nervous” – The Neighbourhood
A dreamy track that has a slow beat and solid melody that will suck you in.
7. “Pretty Shining People” – George Ezra
A look at the world in front of us and an upbeat melodic chorus that points out that no matter what happens, we’re all going to be okay.
8. “Changes” – XXXTENTACION
A simple, short but wonderful song that shows a different side of XXXTENTACION with a really raw vocal and a sense of helplessness that will pull you in.
9. “No Excuses” – Meghan Trainor
Meghan Trainor returns with an edgy pop track with all that attitude fans know and love.
10. “Right Left Wrong” – Three Days Grace
It’s been a minute since we have heard from the guys of Three Days Grace, but this new track was worth the wait! Its hard-hitting chorus will be everything that fans love about the band.
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 here.