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We’re heading to club quarantine with new hits from Lady Gaga, Disclosure and Dua Lipa.

Dua lipa and jax jones release new remix for single
Dua lipa and jax jones release new remix for single

Lady Gaga ft Ariana Grande – “Rain On Me”

Two icons joining forces for a stellar hit? Inject it now. Taken from her upcoming album Chromatica, Lady Gaga enlists songstress Ariana Grande for this high-energy pop hit with thundering choruses and rolling synths. With her sixth album Chromatica due for release next week, someone just hand the singer all the awards, because it’s due to be sensational.

Dua Lipa – “Break My Heart” (Jax Jones Remix)

Her album Future Nostalgia still has us feeling like a boss bitch, and now lead single, “Break My Heart” has got a seal of approval from DJ and producer Jax Jones for a remix. Reimagined with funk-driven melodies and stomping baselines, the euphoric tune has us firmly on the quarantine dance floor and we’re addicted. Host a Zoom party and have this song on repeat for the ultimate club quarantine.

Disclosure – “Energy”

While carnival may be cancelled this year, Disclosure are making sure we get our dose of what could have been with their latest tune “Energy”. Mixing steel pans with synth-pop, Disclosure transports us to glorious summer days for their first single from their upcoming album. Accompanied by a feel-good video, the duo announced that their new album will be littered with guest features from Slowthai, Kehlani, Syd and Mick Jenkins.

Machine Gun Kelly – “Bloody Valentine”

Giving us noughties Hollywood teen movie vibes is pop-punk rapper Machine Gun Kelly. Taken from his forthcoming album Tickets To My Downfall, “Bloody Valentine” gives us epic drum solos and a high-octane performance showcasing his versatility as a rapper and a singer. Starring the iconic former Wonderland cover star Megan Fox, the visuals have us reminiscing about cult classic Jennifer’s Body – and we are totally here for it.

Tiana Blake – “Hit The Spot”

Giving us old-school R&B vibes is London-hailed singer-songwriter Tiana Blake. Her latest sumptuous lost love song “Hit The Spot” is an intimate mid-tempo tune, bolstered by elements of sultry jazz set. With this tune marking her third release, we are eager to see what else she has in store.

JC Stewart – “I Need You To Hate Me”

Quick-witted JC Stewart is back with his latest break-up tune “I Need You To Hate Me” – and we are living for it. Set to an acoustic guitar and understated beats, JC takes us through a faltering relationship with soaring hooks and lyrics that’ll have you singing with chest. The future star is just getting started and continues to go from strength to strength – watch this space.

Camelphat x ArtBat – “For A Feeling”

The Grammy-nominated, triple-platinum selling production duo Camelphat have teamed up with ARTBAT for their brand new single “For A Feeling”. The tune is a vibrant display of both artist’s signature styles and is due to be one of the biggest tracks of the summer. While we might not be able to fully experience the pumping baseline and infectious beat at festivals this summer, plug in your headphones and have yourself a mini-rave with this Ibiza-style hit.

Regulus Red – “All For Himself”

The fiery singer-songwriter is bringing us yet another pop banger with his latest hit “All For Himself”. Mixing 80s-synth with modern electro-pop sounds, Regulus Red takes us inside a world of passion and confrontation for an extravagant hit. Having been inspired by Lorde, Mika and Robyn, the half Welsh and half Italian singer is just what we need to get us through this quarantine.

Kid Brunswick – “Skinny”

Wearing his heart on his sleeve is singer-songwriter Kid Brunswick with his raw new single “Skinny”. Taking us on a journey of rhythm and grunge, Brunswick fuses his penchant for rock with electronic beats for an eruption of distorted sounds and therapeutic lyrics. As the singer continues to evolve musically, we’ll be keeping a close eye on Brunswick as he explores his next chapter.

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