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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Kemosabe/RCA's Doja Cat brings interstellar verve to the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday, heralding the release of Planet Her. Two tracks from the album make the playlist: "You Right" f/The Weeknd and "I Don't Do Drugs" f/Ariana Grande.

Tyler, The Creator also has a pair up front, "JUGGERNAUT" f/Lil Uzi Vert and Pharrell and "WUSYANAME" f/YoungBoy Never Broke Again, both from Call Me if You Get Lost (Columbia).

Other highlights include Ed Sheeran's "Bad Habits" (WMG), DaBaby's "Red Light Green Light" (SCMG/Interscope), Rauw Alejandro's "Sexo Virtual" (Sony Latin), Logic's "Tokyo Nights" (Def Jam), Jeremy Zucker's "18" (Republic), Surfaces' "Let Me Know" (10K Projects), Coi Leray f/Kodak Black & Mustard's "At the Top" (Republic), J.I's "No Hook" (G*Starr/Geffen/Interscope), beabadoobee's "Cologne" (Dirty Hit), Still Woozy's "That's Life" (Interscope), Nessa Barrett's "counting crimes" (Warner), MAX & Ali Gatie's "Butterflies" (Colour Vision/Warner), JP Saxe's "Dangerous Levels of Introspection" (Arista), FLETCHER's "Healing" (Capitol), Bastille's "Distored Light Beam" (Republic), Jazmine Sullivan's "Tragic" (RCA), Ricky Montgomery's "Talk to You" (Warner), Lady A's "What a Song Can Do" (Big Machine), Trace Adkins, Luke Bryan & Pitbull's "Where the Country Girls At?" (Verge Nashville), Cico P f/Kevin Gates' "Half the Time" (APG/DawgTies), Tenille Townes' "Girl Who Didn't Care" (Columbia Nashville), REI AMI f/Lolo Zouai's "CHERRY CHAPSTICK" (Visionary), Jensen McRae's "Adam's Ribs" (Human Re Sources) and Modest Mouse's "Japanese Trees" (Epic).

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