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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

RCA's Miley Cyrus is featured on the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday. With the arrival of her new EP, SHE IS COMING, the pop icon earns two tracks in the set: "Mother's Daughter" and "D.R.E.A.M." featuring Ghostface Killah.

Speaking of icons, Katy Perry returns with her first solo release since 2017, as "Never Really Over" (Capitol) tops the list. Mark Ronson & Camila Cabello follow with their collab, "Find U Again" (RCA). 

Other highlights include Rosalía's "Aute Cuture" (Columbia), Cardi B's "Press" (Atlantic), The Chainsmokers f/Bebe Rexha's "Call You Mine" (Disruptor/Columbia), King Princess' "Cheap Queen" (Zelig/Columbia), Lauv's "Sad Forever" (AWAL), Tove Lo's "Glad He's Gone" (Island), NF's "The Search" (Caroline), Thomas Rhett's "Blessed" (Big Machine), Boy in Space's "7UP" (AWAL), SHAED's "ISOU" (Photo Finish), Kiana Ledé's "Can I" (The Heavy Group/Republic), Trippie Redd's "Under Enemy Arms" (TenThousand Projects), Calboy f/Meek Mill, Lil Durk & Young Thug's "Chariot" (RCA), Tory Lanez f/Quavo & Tyga's "Broke Leg" (Mad Love/Interscope), Metronomy's "Lately" (Because), Layton Greene w/City Girls, Lil Baby & PnB Rock's "Leave Em Alone" (Quality Control/Motown/Capitol), Freddie Gibbs & Madlib's "Crime Pays" (Keep Cool/RCA), Daya's "Forward Motion" (Interscope), X Ambassadors' "Hold You Down" (KIDinaKORNER/Interscope), AURORA's "A Different Kind Of Human" (Glassnote/AWAL), Sasha Sloan's "Thoughts" (RCA), John Legend's "We Need Love - from Songland" (Columbia), BJ The Chicago Kid f/Offset's "Worryin' Bout Me" (Motown), Spencer Barnett's "Reckless" (Human Re Sources), 7715's "Black Out" (RCA), Yung Gravy's "Buttered Up" (Republic), Freya Ridings' "Castle" (Capitol), Phantogram's "Into Happiness" (Republic), Grey f/Robinson's "First Time" (Island), Kim Petras' "Do Me" (BunHead), VERITÉ's "Gone" (AWAL), Jon Bellion's "Crop Circles" (Capitol), Bruce Springsteen's "Tuscon Train" (Columbia), Sleater-Kinney's "Hurry On Home" (Mom+Pop), Col3trane's "Heroine" (Tap/Geffen), Zhavia Ward's "17" (Columbia), Queen Naija's "Away From You" (Capitol), GoldLink f/Ari PenSmith's "Joke Ting" (RCA), Nbdy f/YBN Cordae's "Let Me Down" (Arista) and Wifisfuneral's "Run?" (Alamo). 

  

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