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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Rimas's Bad Bunny graces the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday behind the relase of his new track, "100 MILLONES."

Significant posthumous releases top the set: Juice WRLD's "734" (Grade A/Interscope) leads off, followed by DMX's collab with Jay-Z & Nas, "Bath Salts" (Def Jam).

Other highlights include Rod Wave & YoungBoy Never Broke Again's "Everything Different" (Virgin), Griff's "One Foot in Front of the Other" (Warner), J Balvin f/Maria Becerra's "Que Mas Pues" (UMLE), Tate McRae's "Darkest Hour - from Amazon Original Panic)" (RCA), Sam Fedlt & Sam Fischer’s “Pick Me Up” (RCA), Marshmello & Carnage’s “Back in Time” (Joytime Collective/Astralwerks), Cochise & $not’s “Tell Em” (Columbia), Blxst & Bino Rideaux’s “MOVIE” (Red Bull/Def Jam), Mereba’s “Go(l)d” (Interscope), Nessa Barrett f/jxdn’s “I’m Dead” (Warner), Chase Rice’s “The Nights” (This is Hit/Broken Bow), JoJo’s “Creature of Habit” (Warner), Jawny’s “Take it Back” (Interscope), half alive’s “Time 2” (RCA), Njomza’s “Over and Done” (SinceThe80s/Motown), Tone Stith’s “Like The First Time” (RCA), Tom Odell’s “Lose You Again” (RCA) and Sarah Barrios’ “IH8EVERY1” (Visionary/Arista).

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