New Music Roundup: Olivia Rodrigo, Noname, and More Deliver Standout Tracks

New Music Roundup: Olivia Rodrigo, Noname, and More Deliver Standout Tracks

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As the world of music continues to evolve, keeping up with the latest releases can be overwhelming. To help you discover the best new music, here’s a rundown of the standout music released this week that you need to hear:

1. Olivia Rodrigo — “Bad Idea Right?

Olivia Rodrigo‘s rocking personality shines in “Bad Idea Right?,” where she contemplates reconnecting with an ex before embracing the sentiment, “F*ck it, it’s fine.”

2. DJ Khaled — “Supposed To Be Loved

DJ Khaled‘s knack for bringing together music’s biggest names is evident in “Supposed To Be Loved.” Featuring Lil Baby, Future, and Lil Uzi Vert, the track exudes warmth and positivity just in time for summer.

3. Noname — “Namesake

Noname makes waves with her thought-provoking track “Namesake” from her album Sundial. Her lyrics offer nuanced critiques and reflections on major artists, showcasing her thoughtful approach.

4. Miguel — “Number 9” Feat. Lil Yachty

Miguel‘s collaboration with Lil Yachty, “Number 9,” treats listeners to trippy vibes and Fleet Foxes-like vocals, hinting at an upcoming album release.

5. Rauw Alejandro — “Hayami Hana

Addressing his recent breakup with Rosalía, Rauw Alejandro‘s “Hayami Hana” delves into rumors of infidelity, showcasing his emotional depth.

6. That Chick Angel — “One Margarita (Ladies Remix)” Feat. FendiDa Rappa, Flo Milli, and Sexyy Red

One Margarita” takes an unexpected turn with a raunchy remix featuring FendiDa Rappa, Flo Milli, and Sexyy Red highlighting the power of unexpected success.

7. Karol G — “Mi Ex Tenía Razón

Karol G returns with “Mi Ex Tenía Razón,” a reggae-inspired track that showcases her signature smooth style.

8. Petey — “Did I Mention I’m Sorry

TikTok sensation Petey‘s anthem “Did I Mention I’m Sorry” offers a dynamic and rocking exploration of the weight of apologies.

9. Fred Again.. — “Adore U” Feat. Obongjayar

Fred Again.. collaborates with Obongjayar in “Adore U,” delivering a hypnotic instrumental with soft, crooning vocals.

10. Turnstile and BADBADNOTGOOD — “Alien Love Call” Feat. Blood Orange

Turnstile and BADBADNOTGOOD join forces for “Alien Love Call,” a unique project that reimagines songs from Turnstile’s album Glow On, showcasing their enthusiasm for experimentation.

From Olivia Rodrigo‘s confident pop sound to Noname‘s thought-provoking lyrics, this week’s releases offer a diverse array of musical experiences for listeners to enjoy.