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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY PLAYLIST

Selena Gomez’s Talking Heads-infused “Bad Liar” (Interscope) leads this week’s edition of Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist. Liam Payne, the last of the One Direction members to join the solo music party, follows at #2 with “Strip That Down,” which features Quavo and comes via Republic. And at #4, you’ll find Katy Perry f/Nicki Minaj’s “Swish Swish” (Capitol)—Perry’s third song to be released off upcoming full-length Witness.

What else has Spotify deemed new and noteworthy? There’s Bebe Rexha f/Lil Wayne’s “The Way I Are (Dance With Somebody)” (Warner Bros.), Camila Cabello’s “Crying in the Club” (SYCO/Epic), Linkin Park’s “Sorry for Now” (Warner Bros.), Royal Blood’s “Hook, Line & Sinker” (Warner Bros.), Muse’s “Dig Down” (Warner Bros.), Phoenix’s “Ti Amo” (Glassnote), Misterwives’ “Revolution” (Photo Finish/Republic), Iggy Azalea f/Anitta’s “Switch” (Def Jam), Vince Staples’ “Big Fish” (Def Jam), Lil Yachty f/Evander Griiim’s “X Men” (QC/Motown/Capitol), Cloves’ “California Numb” (Interscope), The Preatures’ “Girlhood” (Harvest), Mondo Cozmo’s “Automatic – New Edit” (Republic), Jillian Jacqueline’s “Hate Me” (Big Loud), OneRepublic f/Sebastian Yatra’s “No Vacancy” (Mosley/Interscope), Lana Del Rey’s “Coachella – Woodstock in My Mind” (Interscope), Grizzly Bear’s “Mourning Sound” (RCA), blink-182’s “Last Train Home” (BMG), Rancid’s “Telegraph Avenue” (Epitaph), Papa Roach’s “Bleeding Through” (Eleven Seven), Wild Cub’s “Somewhere” (Mom+Pop), Astrid S’ “Party’s Over” (Island), Tinashe f/Kaskade’s “Flame – Remix” (RCA), Broken Social Scene’s “Hug of Thunder” (Arts & Crafts), Madison Beer’s “Dead” (Access), Danger Mouse f/Run the Jewels & Big Boi’s “Chase Me (Music From The Motion Picture Baby Driver)” (30th Century/Columbia), Mali Music’s “My Life” (ByStorm/RCA), Nick Hakim’s “Cuffed” (ATO), Rascal Flatts’ “Back to Us” (Big Machine), Chris Cornell’s “Seasons (Singles [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack])” (Epic/Legacy) and more.


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