New Songs Playlist

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Strong Enough, Jonas Brothers feat. Bailey Zimmerman 
Lovin On Me, Jack Harlow 
Take Her Home, Kenny Chesney 
When We Were Young (The Logical Song), David Guetta & Kim Petras 
That’s How We Ballin, T-Pain & Snoop Dogg 
Growin’ Up Raising You, Gabby Barrett 
Natural Habitat, 070 Shake & Ken Carson 
Cold Wars, Giant Rooks 
Dreamcatchers, YOVA 
Maybe This Christmas, Paul McDonald and the Mourning Doves 
Deep Cuts, Feral Family 
If (This Is Love), Venus 
DRIVE!, Lockyer Boys 
Holy Ghost, Omah Lay 
a cautionary tale, Mackenzie Shivers 
45 Minutes Without Traffic, Erin Greider 
Lonely Times, Gabi Sklar 
Blind, Lavelin 
Jean, Hovvdy 

New Music Friday: The Reissues

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Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“11:11,” Chris Brown (his 11th album; 22 songs; See here; new single: “Nightmares”; RCA)

“plum blossom (revisited),” mxmtoon (seven-song EP; See here; AWAL Recordings)

“Sophomore,” Nick D’Virgilio, Neal Morse & Ross Jennings (new single: “The Weary One”; See here; InsideOutMusic)

“14K Figaro,” Wiki & Tony Seltzer (producer: Seltzer; Wikset Enterprise)

“Scream Over Everything,” Bre Kennedy (singer-songwriter’s second album; producer: Davis Naish; new single: “Scream Over Everything”; See here; Nettwerk)

“Dennis Daughter,” Lola Brooke (Brooklyn rapper’s debut album; guests: Coi Leray, French Montana, Bryson Tiller, Latto, Yung Miami; See here; Arista)

“RYU,” Last Dinosaurs (seven-song EP; See here; Nettwerk) 

“Into the Blue Night,” SWiiMS (new single: “In Puzzles”; See here; Mint 400)

“SPILT MILK,” KiNG MALA (eight-song EP; See here; Handwritten)

“The Way Back Down,” Nighteyes (debut album; Nighteyes) 

“Madam Mystic,” Shelley King (her 10th album; Shelley King) 

“Child,” Paper Tapes (French artist’s debut album; Geographie) 

“The Wishing, The Wanting, The Longing,” JHart (six-song EP; producer: D’Mile; JHart Music) 

“The Sun,” Crush Club (four-song EP; Symphonic) 

“Present State of Joy and Grief,” Adult Leisure (four-song EP; See here; Adult Leisure) 

“Good Grief,” Magic Al (producer: Alex Bingham; guests: Amelia Meath, Taylor Meier, Erin Rae, Molly Sarle, Alexandra Sausser-Monnig, Sam Evian; new single: “Party of One”; Sleepy Cat)
 
“Ghostwriters,” Townes (eight-song EP; Townes) 

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This Week In … 1970

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “I’ll Be There,” The Jackson 5 

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Gypsy Woman,” Brian Hyland (from No. 35 to No. 18) 

Top Debut (No. 61) – “Stoned Love,” The Supremes 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Chains and Things,” B.B. King (from No. 98 to No. 66) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Something,” Shirley Bassey 

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