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First Stream: New Music From Miley Cyrus, Bad Bunny, Jennifer Lopez & More

fr24news– Hours after the release of her new Miley Cyrus album Plastic hearts, “Hannah Montana” was all the rage on Twitter, with fans nodding at the similarities between the superstar’s new installment and her first pop-rock sound as a Disney star. That’s a reductive comparison, for several reasons – no Hannah Montana album has ever featured Billy Idol, for example, or included a chorus that begins with an urgent “What the f – k do I know!” – but most importantly, Cyrus’ glam-rock pivot draws on his decade of clever lyrics and huge hooks to arrive fully formed and often spectacular. As electric guitar solos clash and drums clash with an arena-ready weight, Cyrus draws on his keen pop instincts to tackle sonic exploration; Attend “Angels Like You”, an anthem of the lighters, you are too good for me with a truly moving voice from Cyrus, which will never cease to be fascinating.Listen on Amazon Music
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Bad Bunny, The last round the world

With two albums already released in 2020, including the revolutionary YHLQMDLG, global superstar Bad Bunny could have done away with the entire fourth quarter of the year and dominated Latin pop. After Jhay Cortez’s “Dákiti” collaboration turned into a top 10 in recent weeks, Bad Bunny is already back with a new album for the call-home single: The last round the world, which translates to ‘The Last Round the World’, is sort of just as progressive as YHLQMDLG. Reggaeton mixes with jangly indie rock, sometimes in one track (“Maldita Pobreza”), and Bad Bunny delivers deadly choruses after pushing the limits of his lineup (listen to his flow collapse on itself on “Booker T ”). Rosalia and ABRA also dwell on a project that is far from a victory lap for Bad Bunny – The last round the world is the sound of a stirred genius, deep in his bag and tearing off precious stones.Listen on Amazon Music
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The song that continues a veteran’s latest hot streak:
Jennifer Lopez, “In the morning” ??

After recently teaming up with Maluma for a pair of tracks (and a sultry performance at the American Music Awards), Jennifer Lopez uses “In The Morning” to demonstrate her continued power as a solo artist before the year is out. “In The Morning” is reminiscent of some of J. Lo’s most fiercely beloved early hits like “If You Had My Love”, with more boastful confidence and unabashedly sexual lyrics; Lopez has worn many hats over the course of his career, but still knows how to comfortably navigate a fast-paced pop track like this. While she hasn’t released a real album since 2014, Lopez’s strong production in 2020 must keep fans hoping the next one isn’t too far away.

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The song that kicks off the holiday season with a little romance:
Sabrina Claudio feat. The Weeknd, «Christmas Blues» ??

“It’s been a long year / The hardest of my life so far,” sings Sabrina Claudio to open “Christmas Blues”; Normally, such a line would be an eyebrow start for a holiday song, but in 2020 that’s about the same for the course. On the new track, which highlights the eight-song Christmas project of the Puerto Rican / Cuban singer-songwriter of the same name, Claudio enlists The Weeknd for a sultry duet, both yearning for a sense of calm. with a loved one at the end of a tumultuous year. “Christmas Blues” combines the talents of a pop superstar and underrated R&B artist for a smart, soothing twist at your typical vacation fare.

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The song that will make you long for a socially distant Mosh Pit (Does it exist?):
SAINt JHN feat. Kanye West, «Smack DVD»

A week ago, “Roses” star SAINt JHN released a new 13 song album, While the world was burning, which included a Kanye West collaboration, “Pray 4 Me.” He’s already back with another team from the West, which is more dynamic than the one that made the tracklist on the album: “Smack DVD” finds SAINt JHN taking a blowtorch to your senses and begging you to play. beat her until your walls shake, as Yeezy offers politically provocative bars again: “Could you talk to the mayor, about Breonna Taylor?” / I spoke to the president in his stead, giving my life to the Lord. Whenever artists are able to tour safely after the pandemic again, SAINt JHN has another fun at their disposal.

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