New songs

Published on July 24th, 2015 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Songs: Jill Scott, Prince Royce, Leona Lewis, etc.


This Week’s New Songs

“Closure,” Jill Scott

“Dangerous,” Prince Royce feat. Kid Ink

“Thunder,” Leona Lewis

“Vicious Love,” New Found Glory feat. Hayley Williams

“Lemon Eyes,” Meg Myers

“Sugar,” Jennifer Nettles

“I Wanna Get Lost With You,” Stereophonics

“Let It Go,” King James III feat. Shasha Jones

“Go (Remixes),” The Chemical Brothers

“Set Me Free (Original Mix),” Robyn & La Bagatelle Magique

“Gold Steps,” Neck Deep

“Pretty Pimpin,” Kurt Vile

“Throne,” Bring Me The Horizon

“Pac-Man Fever (Eat ‘Em Up) 2015,” Buckner & Garcia feat. Jace Hall

“Somewhere to Run (Lost Kings Remixes),” Krewella

“Afraid of the Dark,” MKTO

“Disarm You,” Kaskade feat. Ilsey

“Kiss You in the Morning,” Michael Ray

“Bop Bop,” Inna feat. Eric Turner

“Robin Williams,” CeeLo Green

“Too Bad, So Sad,” Metric

“DNA,” Clairity

“Stamp!,” Scandal

“I’m In Love With My Life (Remixes),” PHASES

“Impossible,” Lion Babe

“My Love,” Circa Waves

“I Will Go,” Jim Adkins

“Mr. Rodriguez,” rayLand Baxter

“Girls Your Age,” Transviolet

“Mountain At My Gates,” Foals

“That’s What’s Up,” Skylar Stecker

“MEN TODAY,” HEALTH

“Slipping Away,” ØSLØ PÅRKS

“Pretend,” Seinabo Sey

“Make Your Mind Up,” Moon Taxi

“Corner,” Night Beds

“100,” Travis Barker feat. Kid Ink, Ty Dolla $ign, Iamsu!, & Tyga

“Pacifier,” Young Thug

“Falling,” Here We Go Magic

“Say My Name,” Peking Duk feat. Benjamin Joseph

“27 Club,” Ivy Levan

“Gamma Gamma (Radio Mix),” Tritonal

“Hero Whales,” Ms. John Soda

“Stay Young, Get Stoned,” White Sea

“Holding On,” Tourist feat. Josef Salvat

“Amadeus,” Family and Friends

“Tell Me What You Know,” Kármán Line

“The Touch,” KOLAJ

“Foolish Games,” Lord Toph

“Golau Arall,” Gwenno

“Love Again,” Gibbz

“Remember Me,” Roger Sanchez featuring Stealth

“Rock N Roll,” Printz Board

“It’s Going Down,” Dave Emanuel

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