Capitol's Lewis Capaldi graces the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday, behind the release of his new song "Before You Go." A pair of fellow U.K. stars follow at the top: Stormzy f/Ed Sheeran & Burna Boy's "Own It" (Atlantic UK) and Harry Styles' "Watermelon Sugar" (Columbia).

Some high-profile collaborations featured in the set: A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera's "Fall On Me" (S-Curve), Summer Walker f/Chris Brown's "Something Real" and PARTYNEXTDOOR f/Drake's "Loyal" (OVO/Warner).

Other highlights include Trippie Redd's "Who Needs Love" (TenThousand), Maggie Rogers' "Love You For A Long Time" (Debay/Capitol), Mark Ronson & Anderson .Paak's "Then There Were Two" (Twentieth Century Fox), Bad Bunny's "Vete" (Rimas), Kesha's "My Own Dance" (Kemosabe/RCA), HAIM's "Hallelujah" (Columbia), Gracie Abrams' "Stay" (Interscope), XXXtentacion's "bad vibes forever" (Bad Vibes Forever/EMPIRE), Alicia Keys' "Time Machine" (RCA), DaVido f/Summer Walker's "D & G" (Sony), Labrinth f/Sia's "Oblivion" (Columbia), U2 & A.R. Rahman's "Ahimsa" (Interscope), Beck's "Chemical" (Fonograf/Capitol), Ozzy Osbourne's "Straight to Hell" (Epic), Lolo Zoaui's "Money Diamonds Roses" (RCA), 24kGoldn's "Dropped Outta College" (RECORDS/Columbia), Grace VanderWaal's "Poser" (Syco/Columbia), X Lovers' "Cut My Lip" (Visionary/RCA), Dennis Lloyd's "Unfaithful" (MTFKR/Arista), Johan Lenox f/Yung Pinch's "no one wants to dance anymore" (Island), Smokepurpp f/Lil Skies' "Dirty Dirty" (Alamo), 03 Greedo & Kenny Beats' "Disco Shit" (Alamo), Flipp Dinero's "Westside" (We The Best/Cinematic/Epic), AJ Mitchell's "Unstoppable" (Epic), Carlie Hanson's "Side Effects" (Warner), Stephen Puth's "Crying My Eyes Out" (Arista), Scarypoolparty's "Millenial Love" (Hollywood/19), Blac Youngsta f/DaBaby's "Like a Pro" (Epic), Jay Critch f/Nick Mira & jetsonmade's "Camera" (Rich Forever/Interscope), Leyla Blue's "I Don't Wanna Know" (Island), Lil Poppa's "On My Own" (Rule #1/Interscope), SAYGRACE's "Doin' Too Much" (RCA), Pouya & Rocci's "life?...lol" (AWAL) and The Japanese House's "Chewing Cotton Wool" (Dirty Hit/Interscope).