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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

All 11 members of BROCKHAMPTON snag the cover photo this week for Spotify's New Music Friday. Tracks "J'OUVERT" and "NEW ORLEANS"—off their latest release iridescence (Question Everything/RCA)—are featured on the playlist. 

Receiving top placement is Epic's French Montana for his new song featuring Drake, "No Stylist." Midweek release "Falling Down" (AUTNMY/Columbia)—a posthumous collaboration from Lil Peep & XXXTENTACION—is highlighted at the top as well. 

Other tracks making the crowded list include Dinah Jane f/Ty Dolla $ign & Marc E. Bassy's "Bottled Up" (HITCO), The Chainsmokers f/Kelsea Ballerini's "This Feeling" (Disruptor/Columbia), Mumford & Sons' "Guiding Light" (Glassnote), Fuego f/Nicky Jam's "Good Vibes" (Universal Latin), Avril Lavigne's "Head Above Water" (BMG), Lana Del Rey's "Venice Bitch" (Interscope), Loote's "Back Together" (Island), Josh Groban w/Jennifer Nettles' "99 Years" (Reprise), Alina Baraz's "Feels Right" (Mom+Pop), Christine & the Queens' "The walker" (Because Music/Caroline), Chris Cornell's "When Bad Does Good" (UMG), The Band Perry's "NOSTALGIA" (TheTenTwentySix), Imagine Dragons' "Zero" (KIDinaKORNER/Interscope/Disney), Weezer's "California Snow (From the Motion Picture Spell)" (Crush/Atlantic), Machine Gun Kelly's "GET THE BROOM" (Bad Boy/Interscope), Tyga's "Swap Meet" (Last Kings/EMPIRE), The Neighbourhood's "Paradise" (Columbia), Jagwar Twin's "Good Day" (Original Mind), J.I.D.'s "151 Rum" (Dreamville/Interscope), Avenged Sevenfold's "Mad Hatter" (Warner Bros.), Kesha's "Here Comes The Change (From the Motion Picture On The Basis of Sex)" (Kemosabe/RCA), Noah Cyrus f/LP's "Punches" (RECORDS/Columbia) SOB x RBE's "Made It" (SOB x RBE/EMPIRE), AJR's "Role Models" (S-Curve), Tyler, The Creator's "Peach Fuzz" (Columbia), Disturbed's "A Reason to Fight" (Reprise), Luke Combs f/Leon Bridges' "Beautiful Crazy - Live" (CMT/River House/Columbia Nashville), Noah Kahan's "False Confidence" (Republic), Elle King's "Naturally Pretty Girls" (RCA), Greta Van Fleet's "Lover, Leaver" (Lava/Republic), Jessie Reyez's "Dear Yessie" (FMLY/Island), Norah Jones' "A Song With No Name" (Blue Note/Capitol), Prince's "International Lover" (NPG/Warner Bros.), and J Mascis' "Everything She Said" (Sub Pop). 

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