Hear the latest music with our picks that dropped today, Friday, July 24, 2020.
We’ve begun compiling the latest songs, albums, and EPs for #NewReleaseFriday to keep you vibing all weekend long.
So set your mood lighting, prepare your living room dance floor or just relax with headphones on and read on to find what’s new to listen to this weekend.
What’s New to Listen to This Week
- folklore by Taylor Swift | Album – Mega-popstar Taylor Swift surprised fans with a brand new album, released on Friday, July 24. Co-written with and produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner, Swift drifts from dance-pop anthems and releases a collection of indie-folk songs. The mellow album includes stand out tracks like “cardigan” and “exile” featuring Bon Iver. Hear on Spotify, Apple Music, or Tidal.
- Lewis Street by J. Cole | Singles – On this mini-EP, J. Cole releases his first two singles off of his upcoming album, The Fall Off. On “The Climb Back” the rapper looks to working hard towards the future while “Lion King on Ice” addresses the struggles and sacrifices that it takes to make it to success. Listen on Spotify, Apple Music, or Tidal.
- “Say Something” by Kylie Minogue | Single – The legendary Australian pop star is back with “Say Something,” a single off of her upcoming album Disco. In this dance track, the singer longs for a connection and ends with an epic outro singing the line “can we all be as one again?” Stream on Spotify, Apple Music, or Tidal.
- All The Time by Jessy Lanza | Album – Canadian electronic songwriter and producer Jessy Lanza shares her third full-length album, All The Time. The electro-pop record features tracks inspired by techno and house music like “Face” and “Anyone Around” paired with Lanza’s smooth and breathy vocals. Hear on Spotify, Apple Music, or Tidal.
- “Un Dia (One Day)” by J Balvin, Tainy, Dua Lipa, and Bad Bunny | Single – Dance along to a new star-studded Spanglish reggaeton track that features Columbian singer J Balvin, pop singer Dua Lipa, Puerto Rican “trap king” Bad Bunny, and producer Tainy. While Bad Bunny and J Balvin are known to collaborate often, this serves as Dua Lipa’s introduction to the reggeaton world. Stream on Spotify, Apple Music, or Tidal.
Find More Things to Do in Houston All Year Long
Be sure to subscribe to our free Weekend Guide email to receive a round-up of great things to do this weekend in Houston in your inbox every Thursday. If you don’t want to miss a thing, you can also opt in to our Daily Update emails (emailed six days a week).