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SPOTTED ON SPOTIFY'S NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

J Balvin's "Cuando Tú Quieras" (Universal Latin) tops the latest edition of Spotify's New Music Friday. Island's Shawn Mendes, however, snags the cover photo, and "Nervous"—off his just-released eponymous album—can be found in the #2 spot.

Other playlist standouts include A$AP Rocky f/Skepta's "Praise the Lord (Da Shine)" (RCA), G-Eazy f/Nef the Pharoah & P-Lo's "Power" (RCA), Silk City, Diplo & Mark Ronson f/Daniel Merriweather's "Only Can Get Better" (Columbia), Juice WRLD's "Lean Wit Me" (Grade A/Interscope), Panic! at the Disco's "High Hopes" (Fueled by Ramen), Belly & The Weeknd's "What You Want" (Roc Nation), Pusha T's "If You Know You Know" (G.O.O.D./Def Jam), Loote & Joe Jonas' "Longer Than I Thought" (4th & B'way/Island), Lauv's "Bracelet" (Lauv), Clairo f/Danny L Harle's "B.O.M.D." (FADER Label), Jonas Blue f/Jack & Jack's "Rise" (Positiva/Virgin EMI), CHVRCHES' "Graffiti" (Glassnote), ZAYN's "Entertainer" (RCA), U2 x Chear Codes' "Love Is Bigger Than Anything in Its Way" (Interscope), Maggie Rogers' "Fallingwater" (Debay Sounds/Capitol), YUNGBLUD's "Psychotic Kids" (Geffen), Jorja Smith's "February 3rd" (FAMM), YG f/2 Chainz, Big Sean & Nicki Minaj's "Big Bank" (Def Jam), Shawn Mendes f/Julia Michaels' "Like to Be You" (Island), J Balvin f/Wilsin & Yandel's "Peligrosa" (Universal Latin), Taylor Swift's "Delicate (Sawyr and Ryan Tedder Mix)" (Big Machine), Jade Bird's "Furious" (Glassnote), Mike Shinoda f/grandson's "Running From My Shadow" (Warner Bros.), Welshly Arms' "All the Way Up" (Position/Republic), Donna Missal's "Girl" (Harvest), Dierks Bentley f/Brothers Osborne's "Burning Man" (Capitol Nashville), Train f/Cam & Travie McCoy's "Call Me Sir" (Sunken Forest/Columbia) and Good Charlotte's "Actual Pain" (BMG).

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