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New Music You Should Listen to Today

All the fresh tracks to get you through the weekend.
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The Weeknd

Last night, The Weeknd blessed us with a surprise six-track album titled, My Dear Melancholy. The moody album boasts a collaboration with French DJ Gesaffelstein and a star-studded list of producers and composers like Mike WILL Made-It, Skrillex, and Nicolas Jaar.

Stream the full album, below: 

Lady Gaga

Legendary musician Elton John announced his two tribute albums coming out in early April, featuring renowned musicians giving their own renditions to his songs. The latest track released is Lady Gaga's powerful cover of "Your Song." She's also due to perform at the tribute show, Elton John: I’m Still Standing–A Grammy Salute, which airs April 10. 

Listen to the track, below: 

Cardi B

The latest track from the rapper's long-awaited album, Invasion of Privacy, is softer than her pervious songs (but still up-beat nonetheless). In "Be Careful," she raps about infidelity — reffering to her fiance's, Offset, unfaithful allegations early this year. 

Listen to the track, below:

In her new single "Nostalgia," the Danish singer-songwriter throws it back to her teenage years. "I remember the first time I was in love
It was all the way back in 1997," sings the pop artist in the beginning of the song. She also released a (very cute) lyric video featuring a slideshow of her whole life. 

Listen to the track, below: 

Lauv

Following the S.F.-born artist's breakout single "The Other" and "I Like Me Better," Ari Leff (known as Lauv) released his latest single titled, "Chasing Fire." In an interview with TRL on MTV, the 23-year-old singer opened up and mentioned that it's one of his most tragic songs (despite the groovy and up-beat music). "It's a desperation song; I'm trying to save something that is already over," said the artist. 

Listen to the track, below: 

 

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