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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY PLAYLIST

Niall Horan's "Slow Hands" (Capitol) came out on top of Spotify's New Music Friday playlist this morning; Harry's "Sweet Creature" (Columbia), which came out two days earlier, is just a few slots down. Horan's jam is followed by HAIM's highly anticipated new one, "Want You Back" (Columbia), as well as "America" by Def Jam's Logic (pictured on the playlist's cover), featuring Black Thought, Chuck D, Big Lenbo and No I.D.

Who else nabbed a coveted spot? There's Lil Yachty's "Bring it Back" (QC/Motown/Capitol), Nothing But Thieves' "Amsterdam" (RCA), Paramore's "Told You So" (Fueled by Ramen/Atlantic), Halsey's "Eyes Closed" (Astralwerks/Capitol), Kid Ink f/Starrah's "No Strings" (Alumni Music Group/88 Classic/RCA), Pvris' "Heaven" (Rise), Julia Michaels' "Issues - Alan Walker remix" (Republic), Ruth B.'s "Young" (Columbia), Chris Stapleton's "Either Way" (Mercury Nashville), James Hersey's "Tomorrow" (Glassnote), Sigrid's "Fake Friends" (Island), Jonas Blue f/William Singe's "Mama" (Capitol), LANY's "The Breakup" (Interscope), Flume f/KUCKA's "Hyperreal" (Mom+Pop), Day Wave's "Ordinary" (Harvest), Russ' "Ride Slow" (Columbia), Tyga's "Eyes Closed" (G.O.O.D./Victor Victor Worldwide/Interscope), LP's "Up Against Me" (Vagrant), Rag'n'Bone Man's "Human - Jim Eno Sessions" (Columbia), LCD Soundsystem's "call the police" (Columbia), Joywave's "It's a Trip" (Cultco/Hollywood), ZHU's "Intoxicate" (Mind of a Genius), Billie Eilish's "Bellyache - Marian Hill Remix" (Darkroom/Interscope), Kane Brown's "Versace on the Floor" (RCA Nashville), Earl St. Clair's "Water" (Def Jam), Ho99o9's "Hydrolics" (Ho99o9/Toys Have Powers/Caroline) and JX RIDERS f/Sisterwife's "Hiccup" (Cherrytree).

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