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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Columbia’s Polo G graces the cover of Spotify’s New Music Friday behind the release of his third album, Hall of Fame. Polo has two tracks in the set: “No Return” featuring The Kid LAROI & Lil Durk kicks off the playlist, followed by “Black Hearted.”

Big stars return with new material after a hiatus: Lorde surprise-dropped the title track for her forthcoming album, “Solar Power” (Republic) and Migos reunite with Drake on “Having Our Way” from Culture III (Quality Control/Motown).

Other highlights include Doja Cat’s “Need To Know” (Kemosabe/RCA), Maroon 5’s “Lost” (222/Interscope), Kelsea Ballerini f/LANY’s “I Quit Drinking,” (Black River), Clairo’s “Blouse” (FADER/Republic), Marshmello’s “Shockwave” (Joytime Collective), J Balvin f/Jay Wheeler’s “OTRO FILI” (UMLE), H.E.R.’s “We Made It” (MBK/RCA), Topic & Bebe Rexha’s “Chain My Heart” (Virgin), Trevor Daniel f/Julia Michaels’ “Fingers Crossed” (Alamo/Interscope), Mimi Webb’s “Dumb Love” (Epic), KennyHoopla f/Travis Barker’s “smoke break//” (Mogul Vision/Arista), Emotional Oranges f/Vince Staples’ “Back & Forth” (Avant Garden/4th & Broadway), James Arthur’s “September” (Columbia), Bleachers’ “How Dare You Want More” (RCA), Olivia O’Brien f/Oli Sykes’ “No More Friends” (Island), Slayyyter’s “Villain” (FADER), Jessie J’s “I Want Love” (Lava/Republic), GoldLink’s “White Walls” (RCA), Ritt Momney’s “Escalator” (Columbia), Calum Scott’s “Biblical” (Capitol), IDK’s “Peleton” (Warner), AJ Mitchell’s “One More Fight” (Epic), UPSAHL’s “Melatonin” (Arista), Lil Gotit f/Young Thug’s “Playa Chanel” (Alamo) and Bo Burnham’s “FaceTime with my Mom” (Republic). 

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