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New Music Friday: Make Sure These Are In Your Rotation

It can be difficult to sift through all the new music that releases every Friday and the days leading up to it so we’ve made it easier for the music lovers out there. This New Music Friday we have just a few singles and an Indie Album that you have to put into your rotation this week.


Kiss Me More - Doja Cat ft. Sza

The two women that the public has been looking for more music from have come together for an unlikely collaboration. This very summery pop based song with a heavy 70s influence sounds right up Dojas alley but is a little out of the norm of what Sza usually makes; but we’re here for it.



Smudge (Album) - The Bare Max

This indie New York based collective has just released their sophomore album and they did not disappoint. With the album only being about 10 tracks long, lamuse, GLENWORLDTOUR, Bert Knox, and yeahcaleb were able to demonstrate exceptional storytelling in a short amount of time. Their captivating alternative style puts them in a position to be the next artists up out of New York.



Slow Clap - Gwen Stefani ft. Saweetie

For the past few years Gwen Stefani has been a little quiet on the music front, outside of Christmas Albums and singles, but she’s broken her silence today with this very lighthearted track featuring everyone's favorite icy girl, Saweetie. New Music Friday has brought us another unlikely collaboration but does it deserve the same kind of love? Far from a “Hollaback Girl” remake, this new track sounds a little closer to something from Disney Channel.



BADASS - ZillaKami ft Lil Uzi Vert

Lil Uzi has been blessing a lot of different artists with features lately and ZillaKami has just been added to the list. This track is heavily rooted in metal rock music with rap sprinkled on the top like a cherry. This may sound a little too out of the ordinary for some, but it works perfectly for both Uzi and ZillaKami.



Umbrella - G Herbo ft Watacron

Most songs that G Herbo touches turns to gold, and this one is no different. With a heavy bassline, light electronic sound, and strong lyrics, it’s clear that this is a joint that’ll bump in the whip. Watacron has been consistent with single releases lately which is a sign that an album may be coming sooner rather than later.