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SPOTTED ON SPOTIFY'S NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Kygo and Miguel snag the cover of this week's New Music Friday Spotify playlist, as their collaborative track, "Remind Me to Forget," lands in the Top 3. It's preceded only by The Chainsmokers' "Everybody Hates Me" (Disruptor/Columbia) and Lil Dicky f/Chris Brown's "Freaky Friday" (Dirty Burd/Commission/BMG).

Other featured songs include Rich The Kid f/Trippie Redd's "Early Morning Trappin" (Interscope), Sabrina Carpenter's "Alien" (Hollywood), Charlie Puth f/Kehlani's "Done For Me" (Artist Partner), Halsey f/Big Sean & Stefflon Don's "Alone" (Astralwerks/Capitol), Sasha Sloan's "Hurt" (Good Times), Prince Royce's "El Clavo" (Sony Latin), Saweetie's "B.A.N." (ICY/Artistry Worldwide/Warner Bros.), XXXTentacion's "NUMB" (Bad Vibes Forever), Portugal. The Man's "Feel It Still - 'Weird Al' Yankovic Remix" (Atlantic), Chris Stapleton's "I Want Love" (MCA Nashville), NAV's "Freshman List" (XO/Republic), Echosmith's "Over My Head" (Warner Bros.), Q-Tip f/Demi Lovato's "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" (Island), Sigrid's "Raw" (Island), PRETTYMUCH's "Healthy" (SYCO/Columbia), Mat Kearney & RAC's "Memorized" (Tomorrow/Caroline), Jason Aldean's "Rearview Town" (Broken Bow), Pearl Jam's "Can't Deny Me" (Monkeywrench/Republic), Leon Bridges' "Bet Ain't Worth the Hand" (LisaSawyer63/Columbia), Courtney Barnett's "Need a Little Time" (Mom+Pop), Yo La Tengo's "Shades of Blue" (Matador), YoungBoy Never Broke Again f/Future's "Right Or Wrong" (Never Broke Again), The Decemberists' "We All Die Young" (Capitol), Troye Sivan's "Strawberries & Cigarettes" (RCA), Lil Xan f/Yo Gotti & Rich The Kid's "Betrayed - Remix" (Columbia), George Ezra f/First Aid Kit's "Saviour" (Columbia), The Voidz's "ALieNNatioN" (RCA), Jordan Davis' "Going 'Round" (MCA Nashville) and Dorothy's "Freedom" (Roc Nation).

 

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