Top 5 tracks you NEED to hear this week

    1. “How Would You Feel (Paean)” – Ed Sheeran

Sheeran’s first two singles of his upcoming LP “÷”, have dominated radio waves all over the world and in an effort to keep momentum for what is set to be a record-breaking album, Sheeran has released another track prior to its March 3rd release. “How Would You Feel (Paean)” provides a similar vibe to his hit “Thinking Out Loud” with a trembling guitar and stunning lyrics.

  1. It Ain’t Me – Kygo & Selena Gomez

Marking Gomez’s return to music after cancelling her Revival tour, “It Ain’t Me” marks a more mature sound (lyrically and production wise) for both artists involved.  The track begins slowly with only an acoustic guitar and Gomez’s voice before introducing a pounding bass line and delving deeper into the themes of love and alcoholism.

  1. Love – Lana Del Rey

After almost a year and a half, Lana Del Rey has returned with her newest offering “Love”. The track marks a return to her earlier work, with a catchier hook and throbbing instrumental that harkens back to her 2013 track “Young and Beautiful”. Her soothing vocals are brilliant as usual as she croons over the beat, both of which blend with the beauty we have come to expect from Del Rey.

  1. Cold – Maroon 5 (feat. Future)

A twist on their usual sound of club-worthy pop music sees Maroon 5 embrace a little bit of R&B – helped greatly by Future’s feature on the instantly catchy track. An almost sure-fire hit and the second cut from Maroon 5’s sixth album, the band will more than likely find themselves back at the top of the charts.

  1. Invisible – Christina Grimmie

A posthumous single comes from Grimmie’s team. The EDM instrumental dances and flutters behind the distinct belts that can only come from Christina Grimmie. Lyrically the song discusses the theme of being invisible and having a voice and the end result is a testament to the talent lost with Grimmie’s tragic passing.


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