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All the music we’ve got on repeat this week from Dua Lipa, Rihanna and àB.

Dua Lipa – “Break My Heart”

Everyone just retire now, because Dua Lipa has crowned herself the QUEEN. The “Don’t Start Now” singer has dropped her sophomore album Future Nostalgia today. And we are living for the disco-pop hits. Expect chart-topping club bangers in the perfect album that will have you moving all night long.

PARTYNEXTDOOR Ft Rihanna – “Believe It”

While we might have to wait eons for her new album, Rihanna and PARTYNEXTDOOR have teamed up for the first time to deliver a summertime late-night drive anthem “Believe it”. Off his new album PARTYMOBLIE which dropped today, the guitar-laden song takes us through a couple struggling to resolve trust issues. While we only hear Rihanna sing 5 words on the track, we are holding on tight to this song as we might not hear from the business mogul for another 4 years.

Alec Wigdahl – “Cologne”

Introducing Alec Wigdahl, the young singer-songwriter ready to take on modern-day pop with his new single “Cologne”. The song marks a departure from the singer’s stripped-down “Strawberry” EP that he released last year, as we see more elaborate productions and raw emotions. Influenced by a plethora of modern-day pop champions, this song is definitely for you if you love a bit of Billie Ellish, Shawn Mendes and Harry Styles.

àB – “First Place”

All-round prodigy àB returns with her latest and most accomplished music to date. Her EP “First Place” showcases the singer’s powerful and dynamic vocal range, with soaring choruses and mesmerising verses transporting you to a whole new world. You might think this artist looks familiar and that is because she is the younger sister of “You Don’t Know Me” singer Raye, and if she is anything like her older sister, expect huge things from this vocalist.

LOONY – “NO!”

Fresh from her most recent single “WHiTE LiE”, we see the return of Toronto-based fast riser LOONY. The singer-songwriter has dropped an interstellar track featuring otherworldly vocal ranges, while playing around with neo-soul productions and hip-hop beats. Saying she is an artist to watch would be an understatement, her smouldering and Erykah Badu type vocals are a rarity and we just can’t wait to hear more.

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