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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Columbia's The Kid LAROI graces the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday behind the release of "SO DONE." The teenage rap phenom was the latest act appointed to the platform's RADAR campaign.

Powerful females top the bill. Ariana Grande returns with her highly anticipated single "positions" (Republic); H.E.R. drops a new song, "Damage" (RCA); and Saweetie & Jhené Aiko join forces for "Back to the Streets" (ICY/Artistry/Warner).

Other highlights include: KAROL G’s “BICHOTA” (UMLE/Republic), Marshmello & Imanbek f/Usher’s “Too Much” (Joytime Collective/RCA), Zedd f/Griff’s “Inside Out” (Interscope), Luke Combs’ “Forever After All” (River House/Columbia Nashville), Ruel’s “Distance” (RCA), ROLE MODEL’s “Alive” (Interscope), Ashnikko’s “Halloweenie III: Seven Days” (Warner), Bea Miller’s “making bad decisions” (Hollywood), Bruce Springsteen’s “The Power of Prayer” (Columbia), ILLENIUM f/Angels & Airwaves’ “Paper Thin” (12Tone), Bring Me the Horizon’s “Teardrops” (Columbia), Nelly f/Florida Georgia Line’s “Lil Bit” (RECORDS/Columbia), Little Mix’s “Sweet Melody” (Columbia), BLACKSTARKIDS’ “Acting Normal” (Dirty Hit), Kiana Ledé f/Jacquees’ “Only Fan” (The Heavy Group/Republic), THEY’s “On and On” (Avant Garden/Island), Comethazine’s “556” (Alamo), Jeezy f/Yo Gotti’s “Back” (YJ/Def Jam), Terrell Hines’ “We’re All Gonna Be Killed” (Reset/Capitol), Brandon’s “Her” (Human Re Sources), Toosii’s “Met in L.A.” (South Coast/Capitol), StaySolidRocky’s “Demons” (Columbia), VanJess’ “High & Dry” (Keep Cool), Carlie Hanson f/Lil West’s “Fires” (Warner), CHASE B f/OMB Bloodbath & KenTheMan’s “For Me” (Cactus Jack/Columbia), X Lovers’ “I Feel Like Shit” (Visionary/RCA), Cam’s “Forgetting You” (RCA), Dave East f/Chris Brown’s “Sexual” (Mass Appeal/Def Jam), Julien Baker’s “Faith Healer” (Matador), Flipp Dinero f/A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s “No No No” (We the Best/Cinematic/Epic), Blacc Zacc’s “Tennis” (South Coast/Interscope) and Jamie Lynn Spears f/Chantel Jeffries’ “Follow Me (Zoey 101)” (10:22pm/Republic). 

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