Every week, we highlight some of our favorite releases in a handy list. Although we try to cover as much new music as possible, there are so many stellar releases to talk about. Consider this our genre-diverse guide to songs we have on repeat. Chilean pop purveyor Francisca Valenzuela offers up this bright homage to being drunk down by an attractive mouth. Her words and performance are full of warmth, giving the feeling of a friendly hug from a lifelong acquaintance. Try on the ominous beat and her occasional run ups on the microphone for summertime sessions of feeling yourself. This song is our new azabache; nothing can touch us. Anita knocks down one of the last boundaries standing between the Brazilian icon and global fame. Maybe Keke will fall for the Spanish version? Her masterful use of tension and passive-aggressive rhymes fuels the intimidation.
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Filter by Menu Global. Shape of You by Ed Sheeran. Castle on the Hill by Ed Sheeran. Starboy by The Weeknd. Rockabye feat. Closer by The Chainsmokers. Don't Wanna Know by Maroon 5. Fake Love by Drake.
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Last week, the top five slots were filled by two familiar NPR shows, a hip-hop talk show hosted by perennial shit-starter Joe Budden, a glossy true-crime-style look at the rise and fall of Tekashi 6ix9ine, and a podcast offering song-by-song breakdowns of various popular albums. Things got weirder as you scrolled. Podcasts, which were first integrated into Spotify in , may present a new frontier for the dissemination of pirated songs. As a get-rich-quick scheme, though, this phony podcast approach is distinctly lacking. Podcasts that do turn a profit tend to do so through advertising deals, donations, and listener subscriptions to exclusive content, which are worked out separately. The lack of a profit motive reinforces the suggestion that this is a listener-driven phenomenon, with no clear purpose beyond making the music you love available on your platform of choice.
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