“Tócame” is Anitta’s first look into her upcoming fifth studio album, and her first with Warner Records. This single brings the Brazillian superstar’s music to the US and beyond.
“queen of broken hearts” highlights the struggle of not feeling like yourself and the pain that comes with heartbreak. The new single precedes the first part of blackbear’s upcoming project, everything means nothing, due out July 17.
“Smile” marks the title track off of her forthcoming fifth studio album, due out August 14. The empowering track touches on themes of resilience, hope, and love and highlights the artist finally getting her smile back after going through a rough time.
“Love Me Land” is a preview of the Swedish singer-songwriter’s long-awaited sophomore LP. The new track is a testament to the idea of opening up to love again.
As a preview of the forthcoming reissue of the band’s 1973 album Goats Head Soup, due out in September, The Rolling Stones dropped previously unreleased single “Criss Cross.” The bluesy song was released alongside accompanying New York City-centered music video, produced by Diana Kunst.
“Square Bitch” marks MadeinTYO’s first single of 2020. Tapping frequent collaborator A$AP Ferg, the new bouncy track speaks to not letting anyone get in the way of your dreams.
H.E.R., who has amassed eight Gold & Platinum certified titles in the last year, delves into a new genre with her single “Do To Me.” The two-time Grammy award winner samples Sister Nancy’s hit “Bam Bam” in this nostalgic reggae fusion track.
“Compensating” is a teaser of the Portland rapper’s forthcoming album Limbo, which is slated to drop August 7. The bouncy new T-Minus produced track features Young Thug in an anthem that speaks to trying to compensate for past mistakes.
A cover of the Coldplay Gold-certified single “Fix You,” Sam Smith brings a new take to the 2005 track with their new live version. The hauntingly beautiful vocals accompanied with the poignant lyrics, the new live version arrives at a perfect moment of reflection.
In a new remix of the budding artist’s 2019 single “Get Up,” Terrell Hines taps Vince Staples for the timely new rendition, arriving a few weeks before Hines’ debut mixtape Portal One: The Mixtape, slated for August 7 release. The politically-charged track nods to recent Black Lives Matter protests and starts important conversations about police brutality.
The track taps long-time collaborator Lil Uzi Vert and label mate Don Q for a laid-back, chill summertime anthem. The new single follows the recent release of the deluxe version of A Boogie’s latest album, Artist 2.0.
A preview of the English singer-songwriter’s new album Brightest Blue, slated for July 17 release, the new single tells the story of a rocky relationship. “Slow Grenade” speaks to the ticking time bomb of leaving an unhealthy relationship and the struggles that come with it.
“Heat Waves” is a bass-heavy love letter to live music and the community that comes with it. The new single is a glimpse into the band’s forthcoming album Dreamland, due out August 7.
Following its viral success on TikTok, “Coño” is getting the Jason Derulo rendering. The new iteration of the song features new verses in English from the pop star, creating for more summer dance fun.
Off of forthcoming album, God’s Country, West and Scott talk about the painful truths of mass incarceration, slavery and genocide. Mixed by Dr. Dre, the new release is hard-hitting and features industrial sounds, reminiscent of West’s 2013 Platinum-certified release, Yeezus.
The cover of the 60s classic by Sam Cooke is a powerful and timely rendition of the track. All proceeds from the new cover will benefit DAWA, an organization that provides a safety net for POC enduring a short-term life crisis.
“Mariana Trench” precedes the band’s forthcoming album, Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was, their first release in nine years due out August 21. The new track features Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers and Jon Theodore of Queens of the Stone Age and speaks to the effects of egotism.
Marking the artist’s first single of 2020, “Girlfriend” is a swoon-worthy track that speaks to wanting more than just a summer fling. Through his signature falsetto and rhythmic pop beats, Charlie Puth expresses his deep feelings about being ready for a relationship just as summer heats up.
Jack Harlow’s “WHATS POPPIN” got the remix treatment with some help from rap superstars Tory Lanez, Lil Wayne and DaBaby. The new remix features new verses that speak to forthcoming success and feeling luxurious.
Sampling Too Short’s 2006 track, “Blow The Whistle,” “Tap In” celebrates the rapper’s Bay Area roots. Her first release in a little over a year, the new single precedes Saweetie’s upcoming album Pretty B*tch Music, slated for release sometime later in 2020.
In A Letter to My Younger Self, Quinn XCII creates a sound inspired by his high-school years. The three-time Gold certified artist incorporates early 2000’s nostalgia into his fourth studio album.
The storyline behind the song speaks to a young man with a 90’s romantic heart, living in a new generation of people driven solely by material and superficial desires.
Shaggy remixes his 6x Multi-Platinum hit album with Hot Shot 2020. The 20th anniversary edition of the album features updated versions of his classic hits, including “It Wasn’t Me,” “Boombastic,” and “Angel.” Sting, his friend, frequent collaborator, and co-Grammy award winner, is also featured on the album.
Legends Never Die marks the fallen rapper’s first posthumous album release. According to his estate, the 15-track collection highlights some of the late artist’s best works he was in the process of creating and shines a light on some of his favorite collaborators including Halsey, Marshmello and more.
Life On Earth marks the R&B songstress’ first release since her Platinum-certified debut Over It dropped in October. The 5-track EP is adorned with features from PARTYNEXTDOOR and NO1-NOAH.
Lighter is the singer-songwriter’s sophomore release, debuting two-years following her first project This Time. Inspired by the likes of Shania Twain and Smashing Pumpkins, the new powerhouse album touches on the topics of growth, maturity and moving on.
Brett Eldredge returns to his Illinois roots with his fifth studio album. Recorded in Chicago, Eldredge intends to push empathetic boundaries and inspire empowerment through soulful piano-filled nostalgic songs in Sunday Drive.
That’s How Rumors Get Started marks Price’s sonic and personal evolution since her debut album four years ago. The new ’70’s LA’ inspired record speaks to important topics of hitting the bottle, staying in a dead-end relationship, sexism and income inequality.
The Waterfall II marks the band’s first release in five years. In celebration of the follow-up to the first Waterfall installment, the new 10-track project features unreleased songs from the 2015 album.
Wainwright’s ninth studio album is a bookend to his 1998 debut release. The new project, recorded in the same studio as his first album, takes inspiration from both his musical and personal life to create timeless, artistic pop tracks.