The New Song Releases Of The Week

Make some room for these bangers.

From BLACKPINK’S Lisa, BINI, SB19, James Reid, and more, we rounded up our favorite new song releases of the week that deserve a spot in your playlist.

With so many new songs dropping every week, some songs may fly off your radar. This is why were here to help with our weekly new music roundup where we list down our favorite new songs of the week that deserve your attention. Here are our picks of the new song releases what is a very busy week in music.

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LALISA – LISA

What was once a much-asked-for dream is now a reality as BLACKPINK’s Lisa finally dropped her solo music. LALISA serves as the name of the album and the title track and she absolutely does not disappoint. Lisa shows off her vocals, raps skills, dance movies, and all while paying homage to her Thai roots.

Crazy – James Reid and CARELESS

James Reid has given us yet another banger with the release of his newest song, Crazy. The up-tempo song features a groovy beat that greatly complements James’ vocals. The only thing we’re going crazy for is this song.

Shivers – Ed Sheeran

While Ed’s last single Visiting Hours was more acoustic and emotional, his new song, Shivers, sees Ed return to a more pop and upbeat sound. Shivers is giving us Shape of You-meets-I Don’t Care, which makes for another fire track.   

Angel Baby – Troye Sivan

Troye Sivan is back with a new song in Angel Baby. The track is an intimate ballad full of yearning and romance realized in cinematic 90s synth glory. The evocative and anthemic song is described by Troye as an “adoring, doting, love-struck, mega pop, gay, power ballad.”

The One – SB19

Did you ever have the feeling of meeting someone and thinking that the person is the one? Well, SB19 tackles that feeling in their newest song, The One. The pop and EDM track is actually in partnership with Dunkin Donuts, but SB19 managed to deliver another bop, and one of their more unique songs.

Skinny Dipping – Sabrina Carpenter

Sabrina Carpenter digs deep into her emotions and opens up like never before with her new song, Skinny Dipping. Faint acoustic guitar brushes up against Sabrina’s conversation-like singing as she recounts an encounter with an old flame in a level of lyrical detail reminiscent of classic 90s pop. The track comes from her upcoming first full-length album under her new label Island Records.

Kapit Lang – BINI

Rising P-Pop girl group BINI is out with their new song, Kapit Lang. The track serves as the group’s third single and second since debuting with Born To Win earlier this year. The pop track sees the girls deliver an uplifting message about rising above hardship and believing in yourself.

DREAMWALKER – Fern.

Two years in the making, Fern. just dropped his second studio album called DREAMWALKER. After months of build-up and single releases, his new album is Fern. in his full glory.

Running Out of Roses – Alan Walker and Jaime Miller

Alan Walker teams up with Jaime Miller on their new song, Running Out of Roses, and it’s a complete bop. Jamie’s voice sounds so good in the song and the beat drop in the chorus is highly addicting. The only thing is that the song is that it’s too short. More, please!

STEREOTYPE – STAYC

STAYC girls, it’s going down! This rookie K-Pop group may be less than a year old, but they’ve already delivered hits like ASAP and SO BAD. And now, the group is back with their new song and EP, STEREOTYPE. With the song, STAYC continues to prove that their one of the new girl groups you need to be watching out for. If the chorus won’t get you, then the bridge will be stuck in your head.

PING PONG – HyunA and DAWN

In an industry that is notorious for discouraging relationships, HyunA and DAWN’s relationship is like a breath of fresh air. And their relationship was on full display when they released their latest joint song PING PONG and their first duo album 1+1=1. PING PONG is straight fire and you can feel their love radiate from the song. This is the first time that two openly dating idols have debuted as a duo and we need more of that.

One Day – Monsta X

Monsta X is back with their newest single One Day. The track is their latest all-English song since the release of their all-English album All About Luv in early 2020. The group now goes 2-0 when it comes to releasing English songs because One Day is so good that features great vocals from the members and a heartwarming message.

Have Mercy – Chloe Bailey

If you’ve been on TikTok recently, then you may have heard the beginning of this song as it went viral on the app. But now, the full song is out in the world, and you need to listen to Have Mercy in all its glory. If this is a preview of how Chloe Bailey’s solo music is going to be, we can’t wait to hear more.

Guard You – Young K

After earlier duetting with Ben&Ben on a new version of Leaves, Day6 member Young K just released his solo album, Eternal, with the pop-rock Guard You serving as the lead comeback single.

Arcadia – Lana Del Ray

Lana Del Ray just dropped her new song Arcadia this week. If you love Lana’s sound, then you’re going to love Arcadia because it’s classic Lana. The track comes from her upcoming album Blue Banisters, which is set for release on October 22.

Kama – Marion Aunor

Marion Aunor introduces a new and refreshing sound in her techno-pop new single called Kama. Her latest single shows off a different side and persona to Marian. Mixed with bare beats and intricate synths, Kama revolves around some wishful thoughts at night or that painful longing for someone.

grentperez – Cherry Wine

Filipino-Australian singer-songwriter grentperez dropped his new track, Cherry Wine. Inspired by rom-coms and backed by a swaying and laid-back tune and romantic vocals, Cherry Wine paints the picture of the beginnings of a summer romance. He co-wrote the song in his bedroom over Zoom with Dan Henig (ZAYN, Noah Cyrus, Monster X) and produced by Linden Jay (Doja Cat, Joji, Lion Babe).

Unfeeling – Snakbr and Toots

Snakbr and the frontman of OPM band Kremesoda Toots just dropped their collaboration Unfeeling. The groovy track touches upon the shared struggles and that we experienced this pandemic.

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