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New Music Friday

New Music Friday: The Rolling Stones, 21 Savage, d4vd, Blink-182, The Kid LAROI, Jung Kook, Central Cee, Charli XCX, Sam Smith...

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October 20, 2023

This week's New Music Friday includes releases from The Rolling Stones, 21 Savage, d4vd, Blink-182, The Kid LAROI, Jung Kook, Central Cee, Charlie XCX, and Sam Smith.


he weekend is on the horizon, and what better way to kick it off than with a fresh slate of music? From artists you already love to those you're about to, this New Music Friday is a sonic snapshot of what's now. Here's what you need to hear.

The Rolling Stones - "Hackney Diamonds"

The Rolling Stones are back with "Hackney Diamonds," their first album of new material since 2005. The album features a mix of rock grooves and iconic guest appearances, including Paul McCartney, Elton John, and Lady Gaga.

21 Savage feat. d4vd - "Call Me Revenge"

21 Savage teams up with d4vd for "Call Me Revenge," a track launched in conjunction with the upcoming release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III. The song allows both artists to showcase their menacing sides while having fun with the theme.

Blink-182 - "One More Time"

Blink-182's latest album, "One More Time," marks a mature turn for the band. It's their first album with the classic lineup since 2011, and it's influenced by Mark Hoppus' recent battle with cancer. The album balances gravitas with catchy melodies, offering a nuanced look at the band's evolution.

The Kid LAROI, Jung Kook & Central Cee - "Too Much"

This collaboration brings together pop hitmakers The Kid LAROI and Jung Kook with British rapper Central Cee. The track, "Too Much," is a downcast yet catchy number that seems destined for heavy rotation as the weather turns colder.

Charli XCX & Sam Smith - "In The City"

Charli XCX and Sam Smith's new single, "In The City," is a reflective anthem about finding true connections during wild nights out. The track combines Charli's pop sensibilities with Smith's soulful vocals, creating a sense of starry-eyed connection.

Sampha - "LAHAI"

Sampha returns with "LAHAI," a 12-track album that's as introspective as it is innovative. Collaborations with artists like Yaeji and Yussef Dayes add a fresh layer to Sampha's already intricate musical style.

So there you have it—a curated selection of this week's most compelling releases. Whether you're looking to reflect or just let loose, this New Music Friday offers the sonic tools you need. Your weekend soundtrack is officially sorted.

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