It’s #NewMusicFriday and this week’s releases are so just right that we are simply going to dive directly in. Grab your headphones and experience…
J Balvin & Willy William Ft. Beyoncé – Mi Gente Remix
What higher strategy to have fun the weekend than with some emblem new subject material from Beyoncé? Well, newish. The Queen of all issues wonderful has jumped on a remix of Colombian artist J Balvin’s summer time hit ‘Mi Gente’ that includes french DJ Willy William and it’s 🔥 🔥 🔥. Anyone who is aware of the unique monitor will know that it is a amusing, reggaeton-tastic birthday celebration anthem. Add Beyoncé (making a song in SPANISH) to that and it is a assured winner. Plus, all proceeds are going to storm reduction charities for Puerto Rico, Mexico and the different affected Caribbean islands, so get purchasing!
P!nk – Beautiful Trauma
P!nk has given us but every other style of what we will be able to be expecting from her eagerly-awaited upcoming album and we love it. Title monitor ‘Beautiful Trauma’ is the 2nd unencumber, following ‘What About Us’ and the big name took to Twitter remaining nigh to introduce it, pronouncing: “I wrote the song with a very awesome person @jackantonoff and named the album after it (because) life is f*cking traumatic. But it’s also incredibly beautiful, too. There’s a lot of beauty still and beautiful souls. Enjoy.”
PARTYNEXTDOOR Ft. Halsey – Damage
Canadian artist PARTYNEXTDOOR has now not most effective launched a new unmarried nowadays however dropped a complete seven monitor EP titled, Seven Days. It options collaborations with each Rick Ross, and of direction Halsey, who is on lead unmarried ‘Damage’. Check it out above!
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Ft. 21 Savage – Undefeated
Here’s one for the lure enthusiasts in the market. New York rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has teamed up with 21 Savage for new monitor ‘Undefeated’ and the beat is STRONG. The tune is a unmarried from the newcomer’s debut album The Bigger Artist which additionally options collaborations with the likes of Robin Thick, Trey Songs and rapper Kodak Black.
Miley Cyrus – I Would Die For You
It’s 29 September which means that the wait is after all over and Miley Cyrus’ 6th studio album Younger Now has formally dropped. The album, which has introduced Miley’s new, post-twerking and extra mature sound, options songs like ‘Malibu’, name monitor ‘Younger Now’ and newest unencumber ‘I Would Die For You’. The latter is a stripped again, emotional ballad that presentations off Miley’s vocals and is already proving to be a favorite amongst fanatics. Listen to it right here.