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This week, Megan Thee Stallion made us bang our heads with her latest single, Blackpink and BTS gives us something we did not expect like, and Haim sporting her entertaining value on making music. Check out all of this week’s First newest singles for you to hear.
Megan Thee Stallion, “Girls in the Hood”
“Girls in the Hood” is that type of single who has the potential to be a massive heat. Megan Thee Stallion, who just scored her first No. 1 single on the Hot 100 chart with Beyonce-assisted remix to “Savage,”. Megan is too generous to feed us more on sampling the synth loop to Eazy-E’s classic “Boyz-N-The-Hood,” with her empowering lyrics that will make you feel like a boss. Megan Thee Stallion has become a star who breaks generic hip-hop and for one second, and on “Girls in the Hood,” she invented hip-hop track that will make you listen to her more.
Blackpink, “How You Like That”
After the long wait, Blackpink’s most anticipated single “How You Like That” breaks the record of BTS of being the most viewed K-pop video on Youtube. The group showcased American crossover for the K-pop quartet, and unleashed their musical and unique prowess and the song’s chorus will never fail to get up our feet with an undeniable harmony and beats and attitude that will linger around the titular question, “How you like THAT?”
Haim, Women In Music Pt. III
Another masterpiece by Haim is released. With long-awaited third album Women In Music Pt. III, however, the musical trio has unveiled their classic pop-rock gifts in surprising ways: there are experimentations of soul, punk, U.K. garage and synth-pop here, and the most notable album by Haim ato date, from the eargasmic saxophone sound of the album’s gem “Summer Girl” and “All That Ever Mattered.”
Trevor Daniel feat. Selena Gomez, “Past Life (Remix)”
After his TikTok hit “Falling,” Trevor Daniel went viral on TikTok and became a top 20 hit on the Hot 100 chart, but his debut album Nicotine left an impressive mark on music lovers. His latest single “Past Life,” with Selena Gomez. “Past Life” is a song about breaking out of old and traditional pop and in will give us fresh form, Daniel and Gomez support each other as they break the stereotype of duets; there’s a care and understanding in the hook and Gomez gave justice the eargasmic chorus. “Past Life” receives massive attention; the remix evidently showcases Daniel’s talent beyond his signature hit.
Charlie Puth, “Girlfriend”
The “Attention” and “How Long,” popularizer, Charlie Puth spent 2019 made his mark and figured out what was next, as tracks like “I Warned Myself,” “Mother” and “Cheating On You” failed to hit the charts. And this 2020, where Puth is back to redeem back his mojo on a new single: “Girlfriend” which is so far to be his appeal of his most experimental songs by blending classic pop notes. He lavishly served his falsetto, lets the beat drop to giddy up the listeners and fully commits to the elastic beat of the dazzling and catchy chorus. “Girlfriend” is the song of Puth that will bring him back at the top.
Jack Harlow Feat. Lil Wayne, DaBaby & Tory Lanez, “Whats Poppin (Remix)”
With “Whats Poppin,” Jack Harlow leaped high to his top 20 hit on the Hot 100 chart in a matter of weeks. Harlow is ready to give us a taste of freshness on his song and we get a star-studded remix in which Harlow invites DaBaby, Lil Wayne and Tory Lanez to try and amd get us in the hook with his flow over the racing piano break. Credit to the guest stars for helping him rather than phoning this remix in — DaBaby sounds that will surely get you bang and even his song “Rockstar” topping the Hot 100 a few weeks ago — while Harlow still working on making his songs Taco Bell, Jimmy Neutron and Gilbert Arenas, all within the catchy hooks of these singles.
Melanie Martinez, “Fire Drill”
Melanie Martinez returned her great masterpiece, K-12, which is her sophomore album and accompanying film starring and directed by Martinez, sported the pop talent and creativeness. “Fire Drill” which was played at end credits of K-12, now finally released on streaming services, the song is a will make us realize that Martinez can be straightforward and talented. She will get us on hook of accusations in the verses (“Telling me you’re for my kind, still you abandon me / Calling me words I’m not, painting a picture that’s false,” she sings) before landing on a chorus that lingers with the listener after it ends, creating an effect more powerful than your average fan-favorite bonus track.