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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Victor Victor/Republic's Pop Smoke graces the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday behind the release of his debut studio album, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon.

Two tracks from Pop Smoke's posthumous LP kickoff the set: "The Woo" f/50 Cent & Roddy Ricch and "For The Night" f/Lil Baby & DaBaby.

Other highlights include Kanye West f/Travis Scott's "Wash Us In The Blood" (G.O.O.D./Def Jam), LANY's "if this is the last time" (Polydor/Interscope), Ellie Goulding f/Lauv's "Slow Grenade" (Interscope), Glass Animals' "Heat Wave" (Republic), Disclosure f/Aminé & slowthai's "My High" (Capitol), Moneybagg Yo's "Said Sum" (N-Less/Interscope), brakence's "sauceintherough" (Columbia), GASHI f/Pink Sweat$ & Njomza's "Upset" (RCA), Tom Morello f/Dan Reynolds, Shea Diamond & The Bloody Beetroots' "Stand Up" (KIDinaKORNER/Interscope), Amy Allen's "Queen of Silver Linings" (Warner), Old Dominion's "Everything to Lose" (RCA Nashville), Max Leone's "Malleable" (Darkroom/Interscope), Christine and the Queens' "Eyes of a Child" (Because/Caroline), Smoove'L's "Turn Left Turn Right" (Run Music/Interscope), Clinton Kane's "hopeless" (Columbia), Willie Nelson's "Don't Let The Old Man In" (Sony Legacy), Ingrid Andress' "Waste of Lime" (Warner Nashville), Saweetie's "Pretty Bitch Freestyle" (Warner), keshi's "more" (Island), Polo & Pan's "Feel Good" (Hamburger/EOS/Caroline), TOKYO'S REVENGE's "GOTHAM" (Blac Noize/Geffen/Interscope), Sophia Messa's "Ice Cream & Cigarettes" (Arista), Mitchell Tenpenny's "Broken Up" (Riser House/Columbia Nashville), Buddy f/Lucky Daye's "Faces" (RCA), Terrell Hines' "Wu Dirt" (Reset/Capitol), Norma Jean Martine's "Basketball" (eOne), Koe Wetzel's "Sundy or Mundy" (YellaBush/Columbia), Billy Currington's "Seaside" (Mercury Nashville), Bktherula's "Summer" (Warner) and Lil West's "Give It All Up" (Nomad/Republic). 

 

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