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All The Best New Pop Music From This Week

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As we ease into September, the world of pop music is still delivering a plethora of upbeat and danceable hits. Here are some of the best new releases in pop this week:

Kylie Minogue — “Tension

Kylie Minogue returns with “Tension,” a futuristic synth song with an equally entertaining space-themed music video. It’s a worthy follow-up to her previous hit, “Padam Padam.”

Jhayco, Peso Pluma — “Ex-Special

Ex-Special is a Reggaeton-influenced track by Jhayco and Peso Pluma, where they reflect on their past relationships. It’s a perfect track to close out the summer.

Griff — “Vertigo

Griff‘s “Vertigo” was inspired by her experiences as an opening act for Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia tour. It’s a song about love, growth, and the feeling that life is spinning faster than one can keep up with.

Leah Kate — “Unbreakup

Leah Kate‘s “Unbreakup” is from her debut album, Super Over. In this song, she reflects on a past summer and contemplates fixing things with an ex while dancing in a club with friends.

Laya — “Left, Right, Go

Laya‘s “Left, Right, Go” showcases her work ethic when it comes to earning money. The beat grabs attention, and her vocals shine, making it a highlight from her EP, Bet That.

Troye Sivan — “Rush” (feat. PinkPantheress and Hyunjin of Stray Kids)

Troye Sivan‘s “Rush” gets a fun remix with PinkPantheress and Stray Kids’ Hyunjin. This club-ready track gets an even bigger boost with added verses.

Icona Pop — “Stick Your Tongue Out

Stick Your Tongue Out” is a sweet and danceable pop song from Icona Pop. It features an “you got it” loop that builds into an EDM-inspired chorus.

Chelsea Cutler — “Your Bones

Chelsea Cutler’s “Your Bones” is an emotional expression of love. It’s a beautiful piano ballad where Cutler reflects on change and love.

NCT U — “Baggy Jeans

NCT U‘s “Baggy Jeans” is part of their new album, Golden Age. It’s an addictive track with rap influences that make it stand out.

Lauren Mayberry — “Are You Awake?

Chvrches‘ lead singer, Lauren Mayberry, embarks on her solo career with “Are You Awake?” It’s an emotional piano ballad that explores themes of loneliness and homesickness.

As we transition into fall, these pop releases offer a diverse range of sounds and emotions to enjoy.