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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

88rising/12Tone's Joji graces the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday behind the release of his new album, Nectar. "Your Man" receives the #2 spot in the playlist. 

Major collabs at the top of the set are from Travis Scott f/Young Thug & M.I.A.'s "FRANCHISE" (Epic/Cactus Jack), Machine Gun Kelly f/Halsey's "forget me too" (Bad Boy/Interscope) and Bryson Tiller f/The Weeknd's "Rambo" (TrapSoul/RCA). 

Other highlights include ZAYN's "Better" (RCA), Lil Wayne's "Life of Mr. Carter" (Young Money/Republic), Polo G's "Epidemic" (Columbia), Sia's "Courage To Change" (WMG), Jennifer Lopez & Maluma's "Pa Ti + Lonely" (Universal Studios/Sony Latin), OneRepublic's "Wild Life" (Mosley/Interscope), The Neighbourhood's "Lost in Translation" (Columbia), A$AP Ferg f/Tyga's "Dennis Rodman" (RCA), Swae Lee's "Dance Like No One's Watching" (Eardruma/Interscope), Arizona Zervas' "RIP" (Columbia), Jessie Reyez's "No One In The Room" (FMLY/Island), YG's "Out On Bail" (Def Jam), Bastille's "Survivin'" (Republic), Yung Bae f/Marc E. Bassy's "Revolving" (Arista), SuperM's "One (Monster & Infinity)" (SM/Capitol), Spillage Village f/JID, Earthgang, 6LACK & Jurdan Bryant's "Oshun" (Dreamville/SinceThe80s/Interscope), REI AMI's "MAC & CHEESE" (Visionary), Carlie Hanson f/iann dior's "Ego" (Warner), SAYGRACE's "Used To" (RCA), Max Leone's "5" (Darkroom/Interscope), Amy Allen's "Heaven" (Warner), Hauskey's "Somewhere" (slowplay/Republic), REASON's "Sauce" (Top Dawg), Chris Stapleton's "Cold" (Mercury Nashville), Bruce Springsteen's "Ghosts" (Columbia), MacKenzie Porter's "Drinkin' Songs" (Big Loud), BIA f/Lil Durk's "SAME HANDS" (Epic), DeathByRomy's "Beautiful Mayhem" (Capitol), BLACKSTARKIDS' "Frankie Muniz" (Dirty Hit), Lil Peep's "hellboy" (Lil Peep/AUTNMY), Fredo Bang f/Mulatto & Petty Levels' "Freak" (Bang Biz/Def Jam), Cuco's "Piel Canela" (Cuco/Interscope), Silver Sphere's "ghosts!" (Little Worry/RCA), Deftones' "Ohms" (Reprise), Public Enemy f/Mike D, Ad-Rock & Run DMC's "Public Enemy Number Won" (Enemy/Def Jam), Elah Hale's "sports" (Interscope)...

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Day one begins. (9/22a)
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A HARD DAY’S
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NEAR TRUTHS:
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A history lesson from I.B. Bad (9/21a)
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HITS' 35TH ANNIVERSARY
A chronicle of the inexplicable.
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2022 TOURS
May we all be vaxxed by then.
ROCK'S NEW CHAPTER
Power pop, global glam and the return of the loud.
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