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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Geffen/Interscope’s Olivia Rodrigo graces the cover of Spotify’s New Music Friday behind the release of her debut album, SOUR. Three songs from the project are featured in the front of the playlist; “enough for you” tops the set, followed by “happier” and “brutal.”

A trio of major releases from Columbia crash the top of the playlist as well. HYBE heroes BTS return with “Butter,” as does Lil Nas X with “SUN GOES DOWN” and Polo G connects with Lil Wayne on “GANG GANG.”

Other highlights include Zoe Wees’ “Hold Me Like You Used To” (Capitol), Anne-Marie f/Niall Horan’s “Our Song” (Warner), Marshmello & Jonas Brothers’ “Leave Before You Love Me” (Joytime Collective/Republic), City Girls’ “Twerkulator” (QC/Motown/Capitol), 42 Dugg f/Future’s “Maybach” (CMG/Interscope), Lana Del Rey’s “Blue Bannisters” (Interscope), Lil Baby & Kirk Franklin’s “We Win – from Space Jam: A New Legacy” (QC/Motown/Water Tower/Republic), Lucky Daye’s “Mercy Mercy – Spotify Single” (Keep Cool/RCA), Zara Larsson’s “Morning” (Epic), Holly Humberstone’s “The Walls Are Way Too Thin” (Darkroom/Interscope), Bleachers’ “Stop Making This Hurt” (RCA), Latto’s “The Biggest” (Streamcut/RCA), Birdman f/Roddy Ricch & Lil Wayne’s “STUNNAMAN” (Cash Money/Republic), Fousheé’s “enjoy the silence” (RCA), salem ilese’s “Dinsoaurs (S4E7)” (Homemade/10K Projects), Tai Verdes’ “I deserve 2 b alone” (Fourth Wall/Arista), Anson Seabra’s “Magazines” (Virgin), Blake Shelton f/The Swon Brothers’ “Body Language” (Ten Point/Warner Music Nashville), Duncan Laurence’s “Stars” (Capitol), Naliya’s “Handshakes” (Sandlot/Immersive/Interscope), Oliver Malcolm’s “Runaway” (Darkroom/Interscope), Masego’s “Yebo/Sema” (EQT/Capitol), SpotemGottem’s “No TikTok” (Rebel/Geffen/Interscope), Mike Posner f/blackbear’s “Jealousy” (Monster/Arista), Carlie Hanson f/MASN’s “Gucci Knife” (Warner), Jade Bird’s “Different Kind of Light” (Glassnote/AWAL), Old Dominion’s “I Was on a Boat That Day” (RCA Nashville), Green Day’s “Pollyanna” (Warner), Bobby Sessions f/Benny The Butcher & Freddie Gibbs’ “Gold Rolex” (Def Jam), Young Nudy f/Lil Uzi Vert’s “Yellow Tape” (RCA)…

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