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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

YG/Interscope's BLACKPINK grace the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday behind the release of their highly anticipated single, "How you like that."

Future superstars pack the front of the set: Lil Mosey gets help from Lil Baby on "Back At It" (Interscope) and Dominic Fike returns with "Chicken Tenders" (Sandy Boys/Columbia).

Other highlights include Dermot Kennedy's "Giants" (Interscope), HAIM's "Gasoline" (Haim/Columbia), 6LACK f/Lil Baby's "Know My Rights" (LVRN/Interscope), Dixie D'Amelio's "Be Happy" (DAM FAM), Lauv's "Love Somebody" (AWAL), Trevor Daniel f/Selena Gomez's "Past Life" (Alamo/Interscope), Usher's "I Cry" (Brand Usher/RCA), UMI's "Bet" (Keep Cool/RCA), G-Eazy's "Had Enough" (RCA), Lil Durk's "Watch Yo Homie" (Alamo/Geffen/Interscope), DJ Snake's "Trust Nobody" (Interscope), Remi Wolf's "Hello Hello Hello" (Island), JP Saxe's "Hey Stupid, I Love You" (Arista), Peach Tree Rascals' "Deer" (Homemade/10K Projects), Jonas Blue f/MAX's "Naked" (Capitol), Quinn XCII's "Second Time Around" (Columbia), Louis The Child w/EARTHGANG's "Big Love" (Interscope), Tenille Townes' "The Way You Look Tonight" (Columbia Nashville), Bring Me The Horizon's "Parasite Eve" (Columbia), IDK f/PnB Rock's "END OF DISCUSSION" (Clue No Clue/Warner), kenzie f/SIA's "Exhale" (Arista), Sarcastic Sounds' "Laugh" (Columbia), Big Boi f/Sleepy Brown's "Can't Sleep" (Purple Ribbon/HITCO), Calboy f/Fivio Foreign's "Rounds" (RCA), The Chicks' "March March" (Columbia), Caylee Hammack f/Reba McEntire's "Redhead" (Capitol Nashville), Ray Lamontagne's "Roll Me Mama, Roll Me" (Stone Dwarf/RCA), Matt Ox's "Beam Me Up" (Motown), Juicy J's "Hella Fuckin Trauma" (eOne), Carlie Hanson's "Stealing All My Friends" (Warner), Justin Rarri's "2 Seater" (Interscope), Turbo's "Racing After Me" (Internet Money/Homemade/10K), Conor Matthews' "Drunk" (Warner), Jutes' "When You're Around" (Capitol), JAHMED f/Mozzy & D Smoke's "TWOTEN" (Human Re Sources), Jayla Darden's "Demonstration" (sick project/Interscope), Oscar Welsh's "Sixteen" (Human Re Sources), Rence's "Sometimes Things Just Fall Apart" (Epic) and Day Sulan f/Rubi Rose's "BIG" (Epic). 

 

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