New Songs Sunday: A Quick Look at This Week’s Songs

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1. Jesy Nelson – Boyz (feat. Nicki Minaj)

Former Little Mix member Jesy Nelson is making his highly anticipated debut with new pop single, “Boyz.” “Boyz” is a strong debut with some old school 90s hip-hop influence, delicious beat, and a sassy, ​​fun attitude. Nicki Minaj pays tribute to Biggie and Tupac while proving once again that she can go full blast with her fire bars right on songs that aren’t even her own.

2. Kylie Minogue – A Second To Midnight (feat. Years & Years)

Last year, the pop legend gave his fans the dance album ‘Disco’. But Minogue remains a busy artist and performer. Not wanting to sit back on her laurels, the Anglo-Australian pop star collaborated with young pop artist Olly Alexander, who goes by the stage name of Years & Years, for a solid disco-dance single.

3. Megan Thee Stallion, Maluma & Rock Mafia – Crazy Family

Hotties don’t have to wait anymore as Megan fans can now enjoy the rapper’s latest track, “Crazy Family”. The theme song is taken from the upcoming children’s animated film, “The Addams Family 2”. “Crazy Family” is a Halloween inspired party song with a Latin flavor as well as a very noticeable change in the form of more family-friendly lyrics,

miles of Megan’s usual style. This may seem annoying to some people while for others it is not a problem at all. Happy Halloween in advance.

4. Charli XCX – Good Ones (remix by Joel Corry)

Joel Corry remixes Charli XCX’s latest pop single “Good Ones”. Unfortunately, it’s a pretty generic sounding rhythm with a party flavor, something not much different from the original track. While fans of 2010s popstars such as Gaga, Kesha, and Katy Perry will simplify both the remix and the original, others are advised to stay away.

5. Ananya – Leave me behind

Ananya Birla is only getting better with her music because there is a real desire here to improve musically. The production is sweet and refreshing like a sip of a cold drink on a Tuesday afternoon. “Give Me Up” is moving, daring and heartwarming.

6. Mitski – Working for the knife

The sad indie music queen is back after a two-year hiatus and fans are going nuts. Mitski is at her best lyrical playing here as she sings an artist suffering from creative exhaustion who has concerns about people losing interest in her work, a very personal theme for Mitski.

7. Alewya – Play

The Anglo-Ethiopian artist is doing what she does best: delivering tribal house / club music to light up our days of confinement. There is a drama, a cry for liberation, a practice of connecting with one’s ancestors and heritage, and a message urging the absolute importance of being physical and free.

8. Borito – Hook

The Tel Aviv-based dream pop group is releasing their highly anticipated single after only releasing a live version online a few months ago. “Hook” is innocent, sweet and sometimes sad. In other words, it’s a perfect dream pop / pop tune.

9. Elton John & Dua Lipa – Cold Heart (Claptone remix)

Nothing beats the PNAU remix of “Cold Heart” with its truly warm heart and nostalgic disco sounds. Most listeners seem to agree with that, as evidenced by the song which won over 103 million plays on Spotify. The Claptone remix sounds more modern than the PNAU remix, and while not as punchy or contagious as its predecessor, it’s still worth listening to for fans of Elton John and Dua Lipa.

10. Miso Extra – 1013

Miso Extra is a London-based producer and singer dabbling in DIY electronics. “1013” may sound bubbly at first, but turns out thematically darker than its previous track, “The Adventures of Tricky N Duke”. The artist sings about injustices in society and wants to be heard and seen as an accordion plays in the background looping like electronic swing music.

11. Yeule – Don’t be so hard on your own beauty

The enigmatic artist is set to release his highly anticipated album, “Glitch Princess”, early next year. Meanwhile, check out their latest single, “Don’t Be So Hard on Your Own Beauty,” which is irresistibly pretty, heartfelt and emotionally resonant.

12. Big Thief – Change

The Brooklyn-based indie rock band is on the rise with their latest folk-rock songs. First “Little sparrow”, then “Certainness” and now “Change”. The band’s next album has yet to be announced with a release date and cover art, but it’s safe to say it will be another terrific album.

13. Miraa May – Go Girl (feat. RAYE)

This ’80s-influenced dance piece might suffer from comparisons to last week’s Precious and Baby Tate Girls’ Anthem of Power, which is also coincidentally titled “Go Girl.” But this song seems to be more in the tradition of Saweetie and Doja Cat’s “Best Friend”, where the rappers take turns to put themselves forward. Miraa May and RAYE have a good chemistry here even if it is especially RAYE which is overflowing with lively charm.

14. Amber Mark – Foreign Things (remix of George IV)

“Foreign Things” has seen three official remixes so far and seems to be really well suited for different styles of remixing. It’s a versatile and safe track in the hands of young George IV who chops Mark’s vocals into a hyper-electro track. Those who like this track might also want to check out Odesza’s brilliant “Say My Name” with Zyra.


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