Time to update the playlist with these new songs from SZA, Madison Beer, Darren Espanto, and more.
As the grind of a new week begins, especially during the middle of a month, the slump may set in as you grasp that energy to help you get through the days. So, why not get that boost with these new tracks that might just find a home in your playlist? It’s time for a soundcheck with these fresh songs from the past week.
BACK FOR MORE – TOMORROW X TOGETHER AND ANITTA
We’re living for this Michael Jackson-inspired collab between TXT and Anitta that hits all the right notes.
WHAT’S UR MOVE? – JASON DHAKAL
Jason Dhakal has no time for torpe boys in this groovy track on wanting to know if a potential partner will make their move.
CRUSH – BELLA POARCH AND LAUV
Moving away from the dark pop she’s more known for, newly-single Bella Poarch, with the help of Lauv, gives us a fun pop number about the kilig of a happy crush.
BIBITAW NA – DARREN ESPANTO
Darren Espanto’s first original song release of the year fuses a modern pop sound with a message of being over the lies and moving on in a relationship.
SWEET RELIEF – MADISON BEER
Madison continues to prove her worth as a Gen Z pop princess. Do yourself a favor and don’t sleep on her new album, Silence Between Songs.
I CAN’T SLEEP – JOLIANNE
Jolianne has us feeling seen in her R&B love song about the allure of that special someone despite what may happen in a relationship.
GOOD & GREAT – KEY
The house beat in KEY’s comeback single just does it for us. And let’s not forget how the track is going to be our next positivity anthem.
SNOOZE – SZA AND JUSTIN BIEBER
We thought Snooze couldn’t get any better. But this acoustic version with Justin Bieber proved us wrong.
SO I DANCED – DPR IAN
From the atmospheric instrumentation to the use of the flamenco guitar, DPR IAN’s new single gets into the heat of an unnatural response to the world falling around you.
MANILA IN BLOOM – NAMELESS KIDS
This is the kind of song you play on max volume with the windows down as you drive across the highway with its feel-good vibes and wholesome energy.
SOMEONE NEW – PAOLO SANDEJAS AND MARTTI FRANCA
In a world where relationships are increasingly nuanced, this track stands out as a poignant reflection on the blurred lines if you’ll pass on a situationship or not as the narrator longs for more despite knowing the relationship’s casual nature.
WAG KANG GANYAN – DANIEL PARNGIT
This song that delves into the enigmatic world of modern dating and relationships. With heartfelt lyrics and a captivating musical arrangement, Daniel takes us through a web of emotions.
PETTY THINGS – CLARE INSO AND COOKIE$
Clare Inso and Cookie$ embrace a carefree outlook in a number that encapsulates a refreshing perspective on life’s trivial matters, encouraging listeners to let go of unnecessary stress and focus on what truly matters.
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