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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Capitol's Sam Smith graces the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday behind the release of their latest single, "Diamonds."

Heavy collabs crash the front of the set: Justin Bieber returns with Chance The Rapper for "Holy" (Def Jam); Anitta taps Cardi B & Myke Towers for "Me Gusta" (Warner) and Alessia Cara joins Ali Gatie on "Welcome Back" (LISN/Warner). 

Other highlights include Pop Smoke f/Lil Tjay & Summer Walker's "Mood Swings - Remix" (Victor Victor/Republic), Alicia Keys f/Tierra Whack's "Me x 7" (RCA), SahBabii f/Joji's "Gates to the Sun - POLLEN single" (88rising/12Tone), Lil Tecca f/Lil Uzi Vert's "Dolly" (Galactic/Republic), Moneybagg Yo f/City Girls & DaBaby's "Said Sum - Remix" (N-Less/Interscope), Tyga f/Saweeite & YG's "Money Mouf" (Last Kings/Columbia), Keith Urban f/P!nk's "One Too Many" (Hit Red/Capitol Nashville), Olivia O'brien's "NOW" (Island), Kygo f/Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff" (RCA), Sasha Sloan's "Is It Just Me?" (RCA), YUNGBLUD's "god save me but don't drown me out" (Locomotion/Interscope), BlocBoy JB f/NLE Choppa's "ChopBloc Pt. 3" (Foundation/Interscope), Baby Rose's "Damn" (Human Re Sources/Island), Luke Combs' "Without You" (River House/Columbia Nashville), Tyler Childers' "Long Violent History" (RCA), WizKid's "No Stress" (RCA), WizTheMC f/Hugo's "WhoWho" (NHMS/10K/Homemade Projects), Yung Gravy's "Gas Money" (Republic), Toosii's "Sinners Prayers" (South Coast), Masego's "Passport" (EQT/Capitol), contradash's "cat out the bag" (neverstopdash/Interscope), Sarah Barrios' "Somebody I'm Proud Of" (Visionary/Arista), Luis Fonsi & Farruko's "Perfecta" (UMLE), IV f/Trippie Redd's "Swimming" (Wasted Youth/Warner) and Cochise's "Lost It" (Columbia).

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