Time to start the 2024 playlist with new music from Ariana Grande, NIKI, Zack Tabudlo, and more.
If people thought that the first month of the year was going to be boring, the second week of January said “Hold my beer.” We’re just halfway through month one of 2024, yet we already have a few bops from established and rising artists. Feels like a good sign for how the rest of the year is going to go. Check out our picks for our fave tracks of the past week that you may want to add to your 2024 playlist.
YES, AND? – ARIANA GRANDE
Ariana enters her house music era with her comeback that’s radiating IDGAF energy from her critics. Excuse us as we bop to this for the foreseeable future.
24 – NIKI
NIKI got us in our feels once more with her new song about her ups and downs during her early 20s. As the singer-songwriter turns 25, she delivers a hauntingly beautiful track about a quarter life crisis.
PULSO – ZACK TABUDLO
Toxic relationship who? Zack’s new track speaks about the sense of serenity that a person experiences when one is in a secure and healthy relationship. It emphasizes that truly, in the eyes of your lover, you are beautiful, every second of every day.
UNTOUCHABLE – ITZY
If people thought that ITZY was down for the count, the group proves again that they are unbeatable, and, yes, untouchable.
J CHRIST – LIL NAS X
The multi-faceted rapper channels Christianity once more for a fun ditty about making the best kind of returns.
DKSI! – JIKAMARIE
The rising OPM star and Coldplay opener brings the vibes and the mood in a song all about not wanting to waste your time with a disloyal partner.
KUNG ANG PUSO – ZEPHANIE
Zephanie’s take on the Unit 406 original serves as the theme song for the series Lovers & Liars and showcases her unique musical artistry and emphasizes her innate talent for bringing new life into an existing classic.
DO YOU – BRIAN PUSPOS
Yes, aside from being a talented dancer and renowned choreographer, Brian Puspos is also a musician. And for his first single in a couple of year, Brian gives an R&B breakup tune about letting his ex do whatever she wants while he cuts ties from the drama.
POM POM (TAKE ME HIGH) MANILA LUZON AND SASSA GURL
As the anthem for Drag Den season 2, this joint slay by Manila Luzon and Sassa Gurl invites the listener into the colorful and captivating world of drag while also championing body positivity and celebrating the beauty of one’s personality.
CHANGE – LEAH HALILI
The Ransom Collective member delves into a more eclectic side of pop music in this introspective number that serves as a love letter to the changes that one has to go through at some point in their adulthood, regardless of how drastic or trivial it is.
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