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SPOTTED ON SPOTIFY'S NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Spotify replaced its head-scratcher of a New Music Friday cover—a cloudy sky with no artist—with a pic of Eminem after his "Walk on Water" dropped at noon ET. There is still no answer as to the meaning of the first image's description, "The hottest new music playlist. Cover: Top secret. Shout out to John Mayer though."

While we contemplate what that might mean, let's focus on the tracks. Today, listeners will find a carefully curated selection that includes Sigrid's "Strangers" (Island), Jason Derulo f/French Montana's "Tip Toe" (Warner Bros.), T-Pain f/Tiffany Evans' "Textin' My Ex" (RCA), Empire of the Sun's "On Our Way Home" (Astralwerks/Capitol), G-Eazy's "The Plan" (RCA), Kim Petras' "Slow It Down" (BunHead), YUNGBLUD's "Tin Pan Boy" (Locomotion/Geffen), Flight Facilities f/Brood & Reggie Watts’ “Stranded” (Glassnote), Rich Chigga f/21 Savage's "Crisis" (88rising/EMPIRE), WALK THE MOON's "Kamikaze" (RCA), Greta Van Fleet's "Edge of Darkness" (Republic), NAV f/Lil Uzi Vert's "Wanted You" (XO/Republic), Two Feet's "I Feel Like I'm Drowning" (Republic), AWOLNATION's "Seven Sticks of Dynamite" (Red Bull), Fuse ODG f/Ed Sheeran & Mugeez's "Boa Me" (Off Da Ground/2TE/Warner Bros. U.K.), Jennifer Lopez f/Wisin's "Amor, Amor, Amor" (Sony Music Latin), Pitbull & Stereotypes f/E-40 & Mateo's "Jungle" (Mr. 305/Polo Grounds/RCA), Kailee Morgue's "Medusa - Chet Porter Remix" (Republic), Jidenna's "Boomerang" (Wondaland/Epic), Ella Vos' "I Know You Care" (Ella Vos), Seeb & Skip Marley's "Cruel World" (Island) and Kesha's "Learn to Let Go - Michael Brun Remix" (Kemosabe/RCA).

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