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Miley Cyrus, Offset, And Extra

Maintaining with new music could be exhausting, even not possible. From the weekly album releases to standalone singles dropping each day, the quantity of music is so huge it is simple for one thing to slide via the cracks. Even following together with the Uproxx suggestions each day generally is a lot to ask, so each Monday we’re providing up this rundown of the perfect new music this week.

This week noticed Miley Cyrus elevate some eyebrows with a brand new single and Paramore method their upcoming album with one other cracking tune. Yeah, it was an amazing week for brand new music. Take a look at the highlights beneath.

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Miley Cyrus—“Flowers”

Right here initially of the yr, Miley Cyrus is main the cost for pop music. her album Countless Summer time Trip is about to drop in March and forward of then, she simply unveiled “Flowers.” Followers instantly observed the tune has lots in frequent with Bruno Mars’ “Once I Was Your Man,” which can or might not have one thing to do with Liam Hemsworth.

Sam Smith — “Gimme” Feat. Koffee and Jessie Reyez

Sam Smith is coming off a scorching 2022 that noticed him land his first No. 1 single with the Kim Petras collaboration “Unholy.” Now he is as soon as once more emerged from the lab with a collaborative new tune in tow. This time, it is “Gimme” alongside Koffee and Jessie Reyez, a horny dancehall tune that is amongst Smith’s smoother cuts.

Paramore — “C’est Comme Ça”

Paramore’s This Is Why drops subsequent month and to this point, Hayley Williams and firm have been impressed with their advance singles. The identical was true final week with “C’est Comme Ça,” which Uproxx’s Danielle Chelosky notes “continues the sample of snarky and relentlessly infectious dance anthems.”

Offset and Hit-Boy—“2 Stay”

Issues have been powerful for Offset because the premature passing of Takeoff. He is doing his greatest to press ahead, although, and did so final week by teaming up with Hit-Boy on “2 Stay.” Because the title suggests, the monitor is a homage to 2 Stay Crew on which Hit-Boy delivers the refrain, “Too reside (too reside), too reside, b*tch, you too reside / She get freaky like an Uncle Luke album .”

Logic—“Wake Up”

Keep in mind when Logic retired from music? Effectively, it did not take too lengthy for him to retire from retirement and now he is rolling out Faculty Park, his first album as an impartial artist. Now he is shared “Wake Up” and the monitor sees him reflecting on the place he is at proper now, saying, “I took a trip via my metropolis the opposite day / Surprise what would have occurred if all of it went the opposite means / Bounce within the whip, now I reminisce / On the times once I was working around the Ave.”

Bizarrap and Shakira — “Shakira: Bzrp Music Classes, Vol. 53”

There’s lots occurring right here. The video for this one reportedly had the largest debut for a Latin tune in YouTube historical past because of an estimated 50 million views in 24 hours. why? As a result of Shakira doesn’t maintain again whereas roasting her ex-husband Gerard Piqué, like when she mentioned of Piqué and his present girlfriend, “You traded in a Rolex for a Casio.”

PartyNextDoor — “Her Outdated Buddies”

One in every of Toronto’s favorites is again. Final week, PartyNextDoor dropped “Her Outdated Buddies,” their first single of the yr and first since 2020. On it, he appears again on a former relationship with the information of the place issues went mistaken.


It has been three years since a brand new Vagabon tune landed, however forward of her opening slot on Weyes Blood’s tour, she returned with “Carpenter.” Vagabon says the Rostam-co-produced tune is “about that humbling feeling whenever you desperately need to be educated, you need to be superior, you need to be mature, forward-thinking, and advanced.”

The Michels Affair and Black Thought—“Grateful”

Together with his weeknights spent backing Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Present, it is a marvel how The Roots MC Black Thought has time to do something however late-night TV. Regardless of that, he stays busy and has discovered time to document a collaborative album with soul band The Michels Affair. They shared “Grateful” final week and it is a reggae-sampling tune that sees Black Thought stepping into over a slinky instrumental.

Moneybagg Yo — “On Wat U On” Feat. GloRilla

Moneybagg Yo and GloRilla are labelmates, however their new collab “On Wat U On” is all a few poisonous relationship. Uproxx’s Aaron Williams described the tune, “Keep in mind when Kendrick Lamar and Taylour Paige made followers very uncomfortable with their backwards and forwards on ‘We Cry Collectively?’ Effectively, flip up the drama to 11, add some 808s, and pour in a powerful shot of humor, and that is the vitality ‘On Wat U On’ is giving.”

Some artists coated listed here are Warner Music artists. Uproxx is an impartial subsidiary of Warner Music Group.


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