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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

RCA's Miley Cyrus graces the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday behind the release of her new album, Plastic Hearts. Two tracks from the new project make the set: "Angels Like You" and "Plastic Hearts."

Rising U.K. acts pack the front of the playlist, including Rina Sawayama's "LUCID" (Dirty Hit), Young T & Bugsey's "New Shape" (Black Butter/Epic) and Sam Fischer's "For Now" (RCA).

Other highlights include:

Bad Bunny f/ROSALÍA's "LA NOCHE DE ANOCHE" (Rimas)
Arlo Parks' "Caroline" (Transgressive)
King Princess' "PAIN" (Zelig/Columbia)
SAINt JHN f/Kanye West's "Smack DVD" (Godd Complexx/HITCO)
Silver Sphere's "Football Game" (Little Worry/RCA)
Taylor Swift f/Bon Iver's "exile–the long pond sessions" (Republic)
Jennifer Lopez's "In the Morning" (HITCO)
YUNGBLUD's "mars" (Locomotion/Interscope)
The Game f/Lil Wayne's "A.I. With the Braids" (Fifth Amendment/eOne)
Juicy J f/Logic's "1995" (Trippy/eOne)
Zach Bryan's "November Air" (Warner)
Q's "Alone" (Columbia)
Stunna 4 Vegas' "Gangsta Party" (Billion Dollar Baby/Interscope)
42 Dugg's "Free Me" (4PG/CMG)
Fivio Foreign's "Trust" (RichFish/Columbia)
lilspirit's "Serpent" (Internet Money/10K Projects)
AMA's "Facts" (Dirty Hit)
Jade Bird's "Houdini" (Glassnote/AWAL)
Clinton Kane's "remember the mornings" (Columbia)
PUBLIC's "Smash" (Island)
TOKYO'S REVENGE's "nothinglastsforever" (Blac Noize/Geffen/Interscope)
CHUNG HA f/R3HAB's "Dream of You" (88rising/12Tone)
Joshua Henry's "Hold Me" (S-Curve)
Rylo Rodriguez f/Lil Baby & 42 Dugg's "Walk" (4PF)
OMB Bloodbath f/Aaron May & jetsonmade's "My Dad's Fault" (10:22pm/LVRN/Interscope)
NCT U's "90's Love" (SM/Capitol)
The Hxliday's "Thank U" (Motown)
Rahli's "Headhunna" (EQT/Republic)
Lil Kee's "No Love" (4PF)
Rae Rae's "Time Flow" (Motown)
LBS Kee'vin f/Luh Kel's "Toxic" (Visionary/Columbia)
Wallie the Sensei's "Scandalous" (Capitol) 

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