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Karol G, Lil Baby, Reneé Rapp and All the Songs You Need to Know This Week

Welcome to our weekly rundown of the best new music — featuring big singles, key tracks from our favorite albums, and more. This week, Karol G looks back on her stellar year, Nicki Minaj joins forces with 50 Cent for a New York flex, and Megan Thee Stallion declares herself the “Black Regina George” on a glossy track with Reneé Rapp. Plus, new tracks from John Legend, Anitta, and Bebe Rexha.

Karol G, “Que Chimba De Vida” (YouTube)

Nicki Minaj feat. 50 Cent, “Beep Beep” (YouTube)

Reneé Rapp and Megan Thee Stallion, “Not My Fault” (YouTube)

Lil Baby, “Crazy” (YouTube)

Luh Tyler feat. Latto, “The Grinch Freestyle” (YouTube)

John Legend, “Don’t Need to Sleep” (YouTube)

Bebe Rexha, “It’s On” (YouTube)

Anitta, Pedro Sampaio, and Dennis, “Joga Pra Lua” (YouTube)

AKTHESAVIOR and Sagun feat Mick Jenkins, “Tetsuo’s Ways” (YouTube)

Sum 41, “Rise Up” (YouTube)

The Veronicas, “Detox” (YouTube)

Bas feat. J. Cole, “Paper Cuts” (YouTube)

Flyana Boss, “UFHO” (YouTube)

Young M.A, “Open Scars” (YouTube)

Lost Kings feat. Hilda, “Remind Me” (YouTube)

Sophie Cates, “I Don’t See You (How I Used To) (YouTube)

Porno for Pyros, “Pete’s Dad” (YouTube)

Eladio Carrion, “TQMQA” (YouTube)

Yuridia, “Sin Llorar” (YouTube)

I AM, “Paige” (YouTube)

Will Swinton, “Daydream” (YouTube)


Wishy, “Paradise” (YouTube)

Packs, “Paige Machine” (YouTube)

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