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SPOTTED ON SPOTIFY'S NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Riding the wave of the release of her fourth studio album, Sweetener, Ariana Grande is in command of Spotify's New Music Friday playlist. The Republic diva is featured on the cover photo and lands three tracks in the roundup; those are "breathin," "everytime" and "sweetener." Calvin Harris' dream team collaboration with Sam Smith and Jessie Reyez, "Promises" (Columbia), and 10:22 pm newcomer Lele Pons' "Celoso" (Universal Music Latino) are featured at the top of the list. 

Other highlights include Marsmello & Bastille's "Happier" (Joytime Collective/Astralwerks/CapitolThe 1975's "TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME" (Dirty Hit/Interscope), Camila Cabello f/Swae Lee's remix of "Real Friends" (SYCO/Epic), Russ' "The Flute Song" (Russ My Way/Columbia), James Hersey's "Real For You" (Glassnote), Paul McCartney's "Fuh You" (Capitol), Bishop Briggs' "Baby" (Island), 6LACK's "Nonchalant" (LVRN/Interscope), AURORA's "Forgotten Love" (Glassnote), Stefflon Don & Future's "What You Want" (Polydor), Erich Church's "Heart Like a Wheel" (EMI Nashville), The Wombats' "Los Ageless - Recorded at RAK Studios, London" (The Wombats), Aminé's "BLACKJACK" (Republic), Christine and the Queens' "5 dollars" (Because MusicCousin Stizz's "Did It" (RCA), Cole Swindell's "20 in a Chevy" (Warner Music Nashville), Torey Lanez w/Bryson Tiller's "Keep in Touch" (Mad Love/Interscope), Tash Sultana's "Free Mind" (Mom+Pop), Jillian Jacqueline f/Keith Urban's "If I Were You" (Big Loud), Cat Power & Lana Del Rey's "Woman" (Domino), Kid Ink f/24hrs' "Cana" (RCA), Kurt Vile's "Loading Zones" (Matador), Phora's "Feel" (Warner Bros.) and the late Aretha Franklin's classic "Respect" (Rhino/Atlantic).

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