From BTS to Kelsea Ballerini, Here Are Our Top New Music Friday Tracks
1. "DNA" by BTS
K-pop band BTS has taken the world by storm with their stunning good looks and catchy tunes. The group just released their latest album earlier this week, which features EDM, pop, hip-hop and a plethora of other genres. For any other artist, this would seem like overkill, but BTS seamlessly brings all of these genres together on one incredible album. While our favorite track is prone to change, we're currently digging their tune "DNA" the most.
2. "Good Old Days" by Macklemore feat. Kesha
Releasing his first full-length solo album for the first time in over 10 years, Macklemore has delivered an all-around fun and exciting collection of tracks. Diving more into the pop realm, each upbeat tune will leave you feeling good. Our favorite, of course, is his collaboration with Kesha. An idealistic anthem, it'll remind you the importance of living your life.
3. "Generous" by Olivia Holt
Olivia Holt has been teasing us snippets of her new song "Generous," but it's finally here. The pop masterpiece is utterly sultry, giving us major Selena Gomez and Britney Spears vibes. Without a doubt, you'll be singing the chorus for the rest of the day after you listen to this tune.
4. "High School" by Kelsea Ballerini
High school is romanticized as this fantastic place where everything magical and wonderful will happen. Country cutie Kelsea Ballerini is here to remind you that life really begins when high school ends with her latest single, appropriately titled "High School." There's more to life than what happens in high school, trust both us and Kelsea.
5. "Blush" by Janelle Kroll feat. Aalias
Indie singer-songwriter Janelle Kroll has a mystical pop hit on her hands with her new tune "Blush." With this song, Janelle hopes to bring power back to blushing, rather than letting it be a symbol of embarrassment. Own your feelings!
You can listen to these tunes whenever you want by following the playlist below:
Did you catch our fave tracks from last week? If not, listen to them all HERE.