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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Right Hand/RCA's Khalid lands the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday behind the release of his sophomore album, Free Spirit. Three tracks are featured in the set: "Don't Pretend" f/SAFE, "Outta My Head" f/John Mayer and the album's title track.

At the front of the list, Jonas Brothers return with "Cool" (Republic)—their follow-up to the chart-topping "Sucker"—and Columbia's Lil Nas X partners with Billy Ray Cyrus for the "Old Town Road - Remix."

Other highlights include BLACKPINK's "Kill This Love" (YG/Interscope), Ariana Grande w/Victoria Monét's "MONOPOLY" (Republic), Brooks & Dunn w/Kacey Musgraves' "Neon Moon" (Arista Nashville), bülow's "Get Stüpid" (Wax/Republic), Anderson .Paak f/Smokey Robinson's "Make It Better" (Aftermath/12Tone), MAX f/Quinn XCII's "Love Me Less" (RED), Jennifer Lopez & French Montana's "Medicine" (HITCO/Nuyorican), Austin Brown's "Backup Plan" (TenThousand/Create Music Group), Vampire Weekend's "This Life" (Spring Snow/Columbia), Omar Apollo's "Friends" (AWAL), Sara Bareilles f/John Legend's "A Safe Place to Land" (Epic), The Lumineers' "Gloria" (Dualtone), Spencer Bennett's "Suicide Note" (Human Re Sources), Amber Mark's "Mixer" (PMR/Interscope), Gallant f/T-Pain's "Gentleman [remix]" (Mind of a Genius/Warner Bros.), Ingrid Andress' "More Hearts Than Mine" (Warner Nashville), Judah & The Lion's "7000x" (Cletus the Van/Caroline), Dennis Lloyd's "GFY" (Arista), AURORA's "The Seed" (Glassnote/AWAL), B00TY f/Kill Nigel's "Trust Me" (Geffen), The Head and the Heart's "Honeybee" (Warner Bros.), AJR's "Dear Winter" (AJR Prod/S-Curve), The National's "Light Years" (4AD), Little Big Town's "The Daughters" (Capitol Nashville), Cuco's "Hydrocodone" (Interscope), Yung Gravy's "Magic" (Republic), Loren Gray's "Options" (Capitol), Valerie Broussard f/Lindsey Stirling's "Deeper" (RCA), Tash Sultana's "Can't Buy Happiness" (Mom+Pop), Jordan McGraw's "FLEXIBLE" (EMPIRE), Ashe's "Bachelorette" (Mom+Pop), Gia Woods' "Keep On Coming" (Disruptor) and Winnetka Bowling League's "Slow Dances" (RCA). 

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