Time to update the playlist with new music courtesy of Taylor Swift, SEVENTEEN, Denise Julia, and more.
October 2023 really tried it, didn’t it? From celebrations, events, parties, and so much more, the past four weeks have been non-stop action. But as we wind down the month with Halloween parties, Undas plans, and elections, let’s not forget the new batch of tracks October has given us. So, as you head about your looong weekend plans, take these new releases with you. Who knows, you may just be bopping to them until the end of the month.
IS IT OVER NOW? (TAYLOR’S VERSION)(FROM THE VAULT) – TAYLOR SWIFT
Taylor did not hold back when it came to the vault tracks of 1989 TV, especially for Is It Over Now?, a searing pop banger about Taylor realizing her relationship is over.
B.A.D. – DENISE JULIA AND P-LO
With a message that encourages young women to embrace their sexuality and feel confident about themselves, the rising star and her fellow baddies deliver an empowering track with delicate, pulsing rhythms and sensual undertones.
DAL’WANG PATINIG – SUNKISSED LOLA
The OPM band brings the wholesome vibes in this upbeat number about wanting to her that sweet “oo” from your special someone.
GOD OF MUSIC – SEVENTEEN
It sounds like SEVENTEEN extracted the essence of happiness and injected it into this song about the universal power of music connecting the world.
YOU COULD START A CULT – NIALL HORAN AND LIZZY MCAPLINE
Niall and Lizzy combine their musical prowess for a tender acoustic track revolving on a love so passionate, it can make you want to start a cult (something we don’t recommend).
WAITING 4 U (DELULU) – SHOTI
Serving as a commentary for those individuals who find themselves in relationships without clear labels, the track draws from acoustic instrumentation with laid-back dreaminess to deliver a candid remark about the state of young love in the time of Discord and digital nativity.
PERFECT NIGHT – LE SSERAFIM
LE SSERAFIM’S first all-English song exudes a vibrant energy and conveys the uplifting message that as long as we are together, it is a perfect night. Complemented by a soft yet catchy melody and addictive guitar riffs, the 2-step Garage track presents the empowering story of solidarity the quintet continues to tell, lyrically painting a picture of a fun night out with friends.
GUM – JESSI
Goodluck getting that chorus out of your brain with the way it doesn’t relent with its catchy vibes and fun attitude.
LOVED – B.I
B.I gets honest and introspective in this new and somewhat laid-back track on hard truths about love and life.
TIP TOE – AUGUST WAHH
The production? Giving. The vocals? Vocaling. The song’s message of calling out an ex who tiptoes around big topics? Feeling it.
TALK SAXY – RIIZE
RIIZE is definitely talking saxy in this R&B declaration of love that turned to 11 with its incorporation of the saxophone.
PARA SA AKIN – JASON DHAKAL
Jason’s R&B rendition of the Sitti jazz classic takes the song’s romance to a new level that hits just as hard as the original.
PARANOIA – HEARTSTEEL
Are we that surprised League of Legends delivered with their latest music group?
A.M. – JAYDA
Jayda takes no prisoners as she confidently tears through this power ballad of wishing to turn back time before the fallout of her relationship.
GO TO HELL!!! – LESHA
Not mincing her words, Lesha unleashes her inner pop-rock star as she tells off an ex who did not treat her right. As she should.
SHINING STAR – PLUUS
Youthful energy + a bopping beat = this fun number from P-pop boy group PLUUS.
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