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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY PLAYLIST

Brand new singles from Linkin Park, Ed Sheeran and Future are featured in Spotify’s New Music Friday Playlist. In addition, it includes a healthy number of star collaborations—Maroon 5 with Future, Kygo with Selena Gomez, Flume with Pusha T, Pitbull and Stephen Marley—that have the alternative facts people wondering when Putin & Mike Flynn will put out their first record.

Among the entries on this week’s playlist are Linkin Park “Heavy” (Warner Bros.), Maroon 5 f/Future’s “Cold” (222/Interscope), James Hershey’s “Everyone’s Talking” (Glassnote), The Shins’ “Mildenhall” (Columbia), BJ the Chicago Kid’s “Roses” (Motown), Little Big Town’s “When Someone Stops Loving You” (Capitol Records Nashville), Maty Noyes’ “London” (Republic), Flume f/Pusha T’s “Enough” (Mom+Pop), Kygo f/Selena Gomez’s “It Ain’t Me” (Interscope/Sony/Ultra), Grey’s remix of Mike Posner’s “In the Arms of a Stranger” (Island), Hoops’ “Rules” (Fat Possum) and Zipper Club's "Breath" (Bee & El/Epic).

 

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