1. Little Mix – No 

The pop girl group has released their greatest hits compilation album called ‘Between Us’ which contains their older hits as well as fresh material such as the catchy “No”. 

2. Beyoncé – Be Alive (Original Song From the Motion Picture “King Richard”) 

Queen Bey gives us a rousing theme song in the form of “Be Alive” for the upcoming biographical film ‘King Richard’. The Will Smith-starrer follows the childhood lives of tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams, and their father and coach Richard. 

3. Mitski – The Only Heartbreaker 

“The Only Heartbreaker” sounds like an angsty song at the end credits of a 90s fantasy anime (but in a good way!). Mitski has announced that her next album – titled ‘Laurel Hell’ – will be released on February 4 next year. 

4. Courtney Barnett – If I Don’t Hear From You Tonight

With her fourth single, the Australian rocker concludes the layout of her latest record, ‘Things Take Time, Take Time’. Check out the laidback rock album. 

5. Foster The People – Pumped Up Kicks (Gus Dapperton Version) 

New York musician Gus Dapperton gives us a fist-pumping version of the band Foster The People’s 2010 smash hit “Pumped Up Kicks” reminding us why this song was so impactful and infectious with equal measure when it first came out. 

6. Shaybo, NSG – Don’t Play Me 

Rapper Shaybo pulls no punches in this dancehall track to do what she does best: roast aimless boys. “Don’t embarrass me. Most of these boys, they parodies. God bless me ’cause broke boys give me allergies”. Dang, Shaybo… 

7. Baby Tate – Dungarees (from the “Bruised” Soundtrack) 

Baby Tate drops her adrenaline-pumping track “Dungarees” for the mixed martial arts movie ‘Bruised’ which stars Halle Berry. The soundtrack for ‘Bruised’ will also be featuring songs by Cardi B, Saweetie and Flo Milli.

8. ATARASHII GAKKO! – Free Your Mind 

The J-pop girl group have released their EP titled ‘Snacktime, produced by the maverick Money Mark. “Free Your Mind” has lots of English words (uncharacteristic for the band) mixed in with some Beastie Boys-type frenetic energy. 

9. Saweetie – Get It Girl (from Insecure: Music From The HBO Original Series) 

Rapper Saweetie makes a stylish girl-power anthem for Season 5 of the hit HBO series ‘Insecure’. 

10.Amber Mark – Softly 

“Softly” is a seductive dancehall track and the fourth single from Mark’s upcoming LP, ‘Three Dimensions Deep’. 

11. Baby Queen – Wannabe

The London-based artist returns to deliver some good indie-rock sounds with her new song, “Wannabe”. Also check out her brlliant mixtape, ‘The Yearbook’, which was released earlier this year. 

12.Rich Brian – New Tooth 

Indonesian rapper Rich Brian delivers some speedy rap then surprises us with a tastefully done flow switch in “New Tooth”. 

13. yeule – Friendly Machine 

Yeule gives us a track that is true to the “glitchcore” genre. Stay tuned for their upcoming album ‘Glitch Princess’ which comes out early next year. 


The French singer-producer makes some intriguing electronic/dance music for the club heads. 

15.Ms Banks – Party (feat. Naira Marley) 

British rapper Ms Banks is back with a snazzy dancehall number featuring rapper Naira Marley. 

16.Charli XCX – Good Ones (THAT KIND remix) 

THAT KIND’s remix of Charli XCX’s “Good Ones” is even more catchy than the Joel Corry version. Props to this Scottish electronic duo. 

17.Joss Stone – Never Forget My Love 

After globe-hopping and collaborating with various musicians to make some global medleys, singer Joss Stone finally releases her pop single “Never Forget My Love”. 

Check out the “New Songs Sunday” playlist on Spotify.

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