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It’s almost the weekend, and we’re getting the party started the best way we know how to—by listening to the best new songs of the week. Check them out below!
French electronic music group M83 are gearing up to release their seventh studio album Junk on April 8. After releasing two singles Do It, Try It and Solitude, the group returns with the third single off their upcoming album, titled GO! This track features guitarist Steve Vai and French singer Mai Lan.
Hot off his Grammy win for his work on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly, Terrace Martin released his sixth studio album, Velvet Portraits. The Los Angeles multi-instrumentalist blends soul, jazz, and R&B to make this track a must-listen.
After releasing New Level with Future, and Let It Bang with Schoolboy Q, A$AP Ferg is back with World Is Mine, this time featuring Big Sean. The duo drop a tune that highlights the fact that being famous may open up so many doors, but gives you a lot to lose at the same time.
British pop-rock outfit The Vamps team up with Cheerleader singer Omi for this tune which puts a spin on the classic boy meets girl story. This time however, though the girl seems interested, the work is for nothing, as they sing, “she said that she tried, but she’s not into guys.”
It would be a surprise if this new song from Jason Derulo doesn’t make it’s way to the airwaves, as it has all the makings of a Derulo hit. You got the seductive lyrics, the bouncy pop breakdown, and a catchy hook. The only thing it is missing is that classic Jason Derulo intro.
British electronic/R&B duo Snakehips broke out last year with their single All My Friends, which featured Tinashe and Chance The Rapper. These two love to collaborate with members of the hip-hop community, with a new release Money On Me, featuring Anderson .Paak, who recently signed to Dr. Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment label. Check out the snippet below and check out the full track on Spotify here.
Galantis, the Swedish electronic group responsible for the 2014 hit Runaway (U & I) have returned with a new track that’s just as catchy as the rest their songs. We’d be shocked if you don’t find yourself tapping your feet to the tune of this track or mesmerized by the trippy video that accompanies the song.