Miranda Lambert and Little Mix Are Pumping Us Up for the Weekend With Their New Music
We've got a brand new batch of music we can't wait for you to hear.
From country to pop, just about every genre of music is covered in our New Music Friday playlist. Take a listen NOW!
1. "How Far I'll Go" by Alessia Cara
Singer-songwriter Alessia Cara is known for being able to deliver powerful anthem after powerful anthem. And her song for Disney's Moana is no different. As if we weren't already stoked to see the movie, our excitement has shot through the roof after Alessia released this tune.
2. "Keeper of the Flame" by Miranda Lambert
Country singer-songwriter Miranda Lambert is definitely one of our fave female country artists of all time. She's always honest with her lyrics and never holds anything back. "Keeper of the Flame" is only added evidence of how she isn't afraid to express everything she's dealing with in a song. This is definitely a tune you need to listen to if you're feeling a little lost at this moment in time.
3. "Room for 2" by Dua Lipa
Along with everyone else in the world, we've fallen deeply in love with electronic pop artist Dua Lipa. Her soulful vocals and feisty personality just have us feeling some type of way. "Room for 2" is a more mellow song compared to her other releases, but it's still one heck of a relatable bop.
4. "Dye My Hair" by Alma
We all have that one person we'd literally do anything to get them to notice us. That's the story behind pop artist Alma's new tune "Dye My Hair," so if you're currently dealing with this situation, bump this banger.
5. "You Gotta Not" by Little Mix
When girl group Little Mix dropped "Shoutout to My Ex," we didn't think it'd get any better. But we're really grooving to their new tune "You Gotta Not" off their upcoming album Glory Days. If you haven't given this tune a listen, you gotta.
Jam out to these new tunes on the go with this handy-dandy Spotify playlist below.
Did you catch our fave new releases from last week? From Icona Pop to Olivia O'Brien, HERE are the songs we were (and still are) obsessing over.