Got a lot going on this weekend and no times to find the best new music that came out this week? No worries. We got you. Check out our favorite New Music Friday jams from Demi Lovato, Backstreet Boys OneRepublic and more below!
Top 10 Singles for the Week of May 18, 2018:
1. “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” – Backstreet Boys
The boyband’s first song in a decade is a synth-pop dream with high energy and big beats.
2. “Babies” (feat. Alessia Cara) – KYLE
A sultry beat accompanied by raw vocals from KYLE gets a lift from the talented Alessia Cara.
3.“Sangria Wine” – Pharrell & Camila Cabello
An unexpected, futuristic track that brings these two artists together with a perfect blend of synth and Latin-inspired lyrics.
4. “Start Again” (feat. Logic) – OneRepublic
Another installment from the 13 Reasons Why Season 2 Soundtrack is in true OneRepublic-fashion; with strong beats and hard-hitting lyrics abound.
5.“Fall In Line” (feat. Demi Lovato) – Christina Aguilera
Christina Aguilera has been on our list three weeks in a row — and it’s not hard to see why. Every track that she has put out has been full of all that strong pop anthemic vocals we love, so when she added Demi Lovato? We knew it would be incredible.
6. “Where Were You In The Morning?” – Shawn Mendes
Another look at his upcoming self-titled album features wispy, yearning vocals and a slow beat that still has the infectious quality to stick in your head all day.
7. “Better Me Better You” – Clara Mae & Jake Miller
A “love you, hate you” storyline and pop-rock beats that will make this a great addition to your summer playlist!
8. “The Wounded World” – As It Is
The British pop-punk band dropped their first track off their forthcoming album, The Great Depression and it’s a winner. With strong beats and anthemic lyrics it’s some of their best work yet.
9. “Speechless” – Dan + Shay
The typical sweet song from Dan + Shay has lyrics that will be pulling on your heartstrings without a doubt.
10.“Solo” (feat. Demi Lovato) – Clean Bandit
This EDM track is a fast-paced, relatable track about exes and moving on. Lovato’s vocal is clear and pristine and proves that she can work it in every genre she tries!
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.