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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Republic lands two tracks at the top of Spotify's New Music Friday playlist: Nicki Minaj & Anuel Aa f/Bantu's "Familia" from the Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse soundtrack and Ariana Grande's follow-up to mega-hit "thank u, next," "imagine."

Atlantic
's Kodak Black is pictured on the cover, behind the release of new album Dying to Live. "MoshPit," Kodak's collab with Juice WRLD, is featured. 

Other highlights from the roundup include ZAYN's "There You Are" (RCA), Bad Bunny's "Solo de Mi" (OVO Sound/Rimas/Warner Bros.), The Chainsmokers f/Winona Oak's "Hope" (Disruptor/Columbia), Gryffin f/Stanaj's "You Remind Me" (Darkroom/Geffen), Mark Ronson & Miley Cyrus f/Sean Ono Lennon's "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" (Columbia), Smokepurpp's "Sauce Like This" (Alamo/Interscope), SAINt JHN's "White Parents Are Gonna Hate This" (HITCO), gnash's "t-shirt" (:):Judah & The Lion's "Quarter-Life Crisis" (Cletus The Van/Caroline), Maggie Rogers' "Tim McGraw - Spotify Single" (Debay Sounds/Capitol), Higher Brothers' "16 Hours" (88rising/12Tone), Kid Ink f/Lil Wayne & Saweetie's "YUSO" (RCA), Quinn XCII f/Noah Kahan's "Tough" (Columbia), LightSkinKeisha's "I'm Gucci" (HITCO), Yung Gravy f/Lil Baby's "Alley Oop" (Republic), Mitchell Tenpenny's "Goner" (Riser House/Columbia Nashville), Zhavia Ward's "100 Ways" (Columbia), Avril Lavigne's "Tell Me It's Over" (BMG), Vic Mensa f/Ty Dolla $ign's "In Some Trouble" (Roc Nation), Robin Thicke's "Testify" (EMPIRE), Devin Dawson's "Placebo (Live)" (Warner Nashville), Dreezy f/Kash Doll's "Chanel Slides" (Interscope), AJ Mitchell f/Marteen's "No Plans" (Epic), Grace Weber's "Joy To The World" (Capitol), Elton John f/Khalid's "Young, Dumb & Broke - Spotify Single" (Mercury), The Lumineers' "Pretty Paper" (Dualtone), YFN Lucci f/Rich The Kid's "Double Up" (Think It's A Game/Warner Bros.), slenderbodies' "king" (Avant Garden/Island), DaBoyDame, Yo Gotti, G-Eazy & Dej Loaf's "Dreams" (Play Too Much/Motown) and PRETTYMUCH's "Jello" (SYCO). 

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