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Ariana Grande’s album may have been the highlight of this past week, but there were quite a few other contenders for awesome drops. Pop ruled the releases this week and we were #blessed to get a collaboration between Halsey and Lido, a summer jam from The Aces, an empowering gem from Bea Miller, a dreamy piece of pop from Phoebe Ryan and an electropop single from Emily Vaughn.
Catch up on our favorite new tracks below.
Halsey ft. Lido
“Tokyo Narita (Freestyle)”
Halsey may be busy touring her debut record, but she knows how to satisfy fans. The pop star decided to give us a treat with “Tokyo Narita (Freestyle),” which features her former beau Lido. Her vocals are raw, but as powerful as ever, freestyling about everything from pizza to Drake.
We love an all-girl pop group, and The Aces show off their chops for Cali-pop on their first single “Stuck.” Falling somewhere between Bahari and HAIM, we’re expecting to see a lot more of these It girls.
Bea Miller has been opening for Selena Gomez, but “yes girl” shows she can definitely stand on her own two feet. With her soaring vocals and an empowering message to women everywhere, “yes girl” shows Miller is bound to do great things.
“Boyz n Poizn”
Phoebe Ryan’s dreamy vocals get us every time. And with her latest track “Boyz n Poizn,” she has us hooked once again. It’s a hazy one that could very well be a contender for song of the summer.
“What Do You Want”
We spoke to Emily Vaughn last year, and we’re really glad we did, because she’s definitely going to be one to watch this summer. “What Do You Want” is a hauntingly beautiful piece of electropop magic.