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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Future & Drake grace the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday behind the release of their highly anticipated reunion in "Life is Good" (Freebandz/Epic). 

From her just-released sophomore album RARE (Interscope), Selena Gomez has three tracks in the front of the set: "RARE" tops the list followed by "Vulnerable" and "Crowded Room" featuring 6LACK.

Other highlights include Halsey's "You Should Be Sad" (Capitol), Mac Miller's "Good News" (Warner), Khalid's "Eleven" (Right Hand/RCA), Tame Impala's "Lost in Yesterday" (Modular/Interscope), Celeste's "Stop This Flame" (Polydor), Lil Baby's "Sum 2 Prove" (QC/Motown/Capitol), Conan Gray's "The Story" (Republic), Nicky Jam & Daddy Yankee's "Muévelo" (Sony Latin), 070 Shake's "Guilty Conscience" (G.O.O.D./Def Jam), Mura Masa's "Teenage Headache Dreams" (Geffen), John Legend's "Conversations in the Dark" (Columbia), Moneybagg Yo f/DaBaby's "Protect Da Brand" (N-Less/Interscope), Alicia Keys' "Underdog" (RCA), Ozzy Osbourne f/Elton John's "Ordinary Man" (Epic), J Balvin's "Morado" (Universal Latin), Static & Ben f/Pitbull's "Further Up (Na Na Na Na Na)" (S&B/Saban), Quinn XCII's "Two 10s" (Columbia), Flora Cash's "You Love Me" (Bee & El/RCA), Shallou f/Daya's "Older" (Island), Orion Sun's "No Me Quitte Pas (Don't Leave Me)" (Mom+Pop), Leyla Blue's "Peppa Pig" (Island), Gabby Barrett's "Hall of Fame" (Warner Nashville), Devon Gilfillian's "The Good Life" (Capitol), Baby Goth's "Afterparty" (Republic), Jay Menez f/Rauw Alejandro's "Solo" (Interscope), EDEN's "isohel" (Astralwerks) and Little Big Town's "Nightfall" (Capitol Nashville).

 

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