Fresh Music Friday Volume 23: Borgore, The Chainsmokers, Marshmello, Aanysa x Snakehips, Kasbo, Future x Drake, Bruno Mars, Big Sean, Miranda Lambert, DNCE, Metallica & more

Fresh Music Friday Volume 23

New tracks added on 11.4.16

Borgore – Best
EP: The Chainsmokers – Collage
Marshmello – Ritual (feat. Wrabel)
Aanysa x Snakehips – Burn Break Crash
Kasbo x Cheney – Call
Future feat. Drake – Used to This
Bruno Mars – Versace On The Floor
ALBUM: Common – Black America Again
Big Sean – Bounce Back & No More Interviews
ALBUM: Alicia Keys – Here
Miranda Lambert – Highway Vagabond
DNCE – Good Day
Metallica – Atlas, Rise!


Borgore – Best

Borgore’s new track, “Best” is accurately described on Boregore.co as being: “Infectious rhythms, extraordinary sounds, and an arrangement so stunning it blows your mind.” Listen for yourself below or click here to watch the music video.


EP: The Chainsmokers – Collage

The Chainsmokers are undoubtedly one of the hottest acts in music right now. They’ve been teasing us with a new EP for a few months and now it’s here. The EP contains 5 songs including “Don’t Let Me Down” and “Closer” along with a new single, “Setting Fires” featuring XYLØ.


Marshmello feat. Wrabel – Ritual

Marshmello’s new single, “Ritual” is an upbeat, bright love song with vocals from Wrabel hitting all those high notes. In the music video, Marshmello shows us how amazing his life is by skating with Skrillex, chillin with Valentino Khan and a few other DJ cameos. You can stream the song on Spotify below or click here to download.


Aanysa x Snakehips – Burn Break Crash

“Burn Break Crash” is Aanysa’s first single that has popped up on Spotify. With the help of Snakehips, this new track is just the beginning — don’t sleep on her!


Kasbo x Cheney – Call

After making a splash back in March with his remix of Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen,” Kasbo is back with his new single, “Call” featuring Cheney.

“A subdued intro gives way to Cheney’s rapid fire, yet alluring vocal delivery while Kasbo shows off his piano chops with gentle chords interspersed with frenetic runs. This all builds to a rhapsodic drop, featuring cleverly sampled layer’s of Cheney’s vocals, rumbling basses, saccharine plucks, and shimmering synth patches.” – via Dancing Astronaut


Future feat. Drake – Used to This

Fresh off their Summer Sixteen tour, I guess we should be used to seeing these two together. Future’s new single, “Used To This” features none other than Drizzy Drake and the music video for the song takes us from the stage to the soccer field.



Bruno Mars – Versace On The Floor

Bruno is back! His upcoming album, 24k Magic is expected out on November 18th. Until then, listen to his slow and sexy new single, “Versace On The Floor.”


ALBUM: Common – Black America Again

2 years since his last album, Common releases his 11th studio album Black America Again. “Common’s dissonant, politically-charged new album Black America Again finds him angry and off-balance—which feels like it’s exactly where he should be.” – via PitchFork


Big Sean – Bounce Back & No More Interviews

On Halloween, Big Sean dropped two new tracks starting with “No More Interviews” and without giving us a chance to breathe, he dropped “Bounce Back.” He lets a lot off of his chest in the new singles and reminds us not to believe everything you read online.


ALBUM: Alicia Keys – Here

The sixth studio album from Alicia Keys is HERE (see what we did there?) Four years after her last album, Girl on Fire, Alicia Keys is back and as real as ever. “I’ve come to a place where I can be honest and raw.” – via USA Today


Miranda Lambert – Highway Vagabond

Miranda is gearing up to release her new album on 11.11 and will also be going on tour with Aubrie Sellers and Old Dominion. The name of the tour is the same as her newest single, “Highway Vagabond.”


DNCE – Good Day

DNCE is always trying to get us up and moving our feet. Their newest single off their debut album, “Good Day” is out now.


Metallica – Atlas, Rise!

Earlier this week, hard hitting Metallica released a Halloween treat in their new single, “Atlas, Rise!” The six minute head banger will be on the band’s newest album due out November 18th.

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