Get into these new bangers from TWICE, Arthur Nery and Janine Berdin, FELIP and PLAYERTWO, and more.
February is just getting started, yet we already have a growing selection of new tracks from local and international artists we’re more than down to press play. But if the sheer volume of fresh songs has got you feeling overwhelmed, we got you. Check out some of our favorite tracks of the week to start that February 2024 playlist.
MIKASA – ARTHUR NERY AND JANINE BERDIN
Taking inspiration from Attack on Titan, this cinematic collab imagines Mikasa Ackerman’s POV of an unhealthy, one-sided love rooted in wanting to be loved, no matter how bad it can get. We need more OPM songs inspired by anime stat.
I GOT YOU – TWICE
For their latest English single, TWICE gives us a whole synthpop bop that will have you appreciating the friendships you have even more.
PAGDALI – PLAYERTWO AND FELIP
If someone sang to us the way PLAYERTWO AND FELIP sing in this romantic collab, we too wouldn’t want to be just friends.
SUPER LADY – G(I)-DLE
Women, Period!!! Adding this to our baddie anthems playlists as we speak.
AKALA – RADKIDZ, PABLO, AND JOSUE
Pablo continues to hit the mark with this hard-hitting track that blends hip-hop sensibilities with trap beats and atmospheric production. He once again showcases his continued creative growth.
STUCK IN THE MIDDLE – BABYMONSTER
Slowing things way down from their debut, this piano ballad from the K-pop girl group hits all the right notes of getting caught in a relationship that just isn’t working.
DON’T LIKE ANYBODY – BELLA POARCH AND 6ARELYHUMAN
Bella gives us emo anime girl hyperpop with a dash of romance in this collab that puts the bop in bopping.
LA SOL MI – YUGYEOM
Girls don’t want flowers. They want a tender and breezy love song from YUGYEOM.
WYD – GAB
This song proves once again that the shortest tracks are always the best.
CLOCK – KEN SAN JOSE
Weaving a tale of love, desire, and anticipation, the song tells a story of yearning and excitement in a fusion of playful pop and R&B.
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