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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

WMG's Ed Sheeran graces the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday behind the release of his latest single, "Shivers."

Major collaborations at the front of the set include Baby Keem w/Kendrick Lamar's "Range Brothers" (pgLang/Columbia), J Balvin & Sech's "Una Nota" (UMLE) and DaBaby f/Lil Wayne's "Lonely" (SCMG/Interscope).

Other highlights include Kacey Musgraves' "simple times" (Interscope/MCA Nashville), LISA's "LALISA" (YG/Interscope), Glass Animals' "I Don't Wanna Talk (I Just Wanna Dance)" (WolfTone/Republic), Sam Hunt's "23" (MCA Nashville), Fivio Foreign's "Story Time" (RichFish/Columbia), SZA's "The Anonymous Ones - from Dear Evan Hansen" (Universal/Interscope), Chlöe's "Have Mercy" (Parkwood/Columbia), girl in red's "Stay - Spotify Single" (AWAL), Troye Sivan's "Angel Baby" (Capitol), Aaliyah's "Rock the Boat" (EMPIRE/Blackground), Lana Del Rey's "Arcadia" (Interscope), Maxo Kream f/Tyler, The Creator's "Big Persona" (RCA), Alicia Keys f/Swae Lee's "Unlocked" (RCA), Mimi Webb's "24/5" (Epic), Holly Humberstone's "Scarlett" (Darkroom/Interscope), Nessa Barrett's "Keep Me Afraid" (Warner), Remi Wolf's "Guerrilla" (Island), Chelsea Cutler f/Quinn XCII's "Calling All Angels" (Republic), G-Eazy's "The Announcement" (RCA), Ari Lennox's "Pressure" (Dreamville/Interscope), Andy Grammer's "Damn it Feels Good to Be Me" (S-Curve), Eddie Vedder's "Long Way" (Republic), Yebba's "All I Ever Wanted" (RCA), Cole Swindell's "Some Habits" (Warner Music Nashville), Mitchell Tenpenny's "I Can't Love You Anymore" (Riser House/Columbia Nashville), HIXTAPE f/Dierks Bentley and HARDY & Matt Stell's "Hometown Boys" (Big Loud).

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