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10 Songs You Need To Hear Right Now

Posted on September 12, 2017

Everyone is always asking us, “what’s new? What’s hot? What should I be listening to?” We’re here to make your life so much easier. It’s our job to know what you should be listening to, so have no fear. Our list of fire tracks you NEED to hear right now is in fact, right below.

1. Sam Smith – “Too Good At Goodbyes”

This is our bae Sam’s first track since putting out his Oscar winning, James Bond theme song, “Writing’s On The Wall” back in 2015. What a comeback.

2. Taylor Swift – “Look What You Made Me Do”

This was Taylor’s debut track off her upcoming album Reputation and if this is the first time you’re hearing it … we have to ask, where you’ve been? Happy to have you listening now at least!

3. Hailee Steinfeld – “Let You Go”

We’ve been waiting for more Hailee music ever since she dropped her track “Most Girls.” This girl is just too talented!

4. U2 – “You’re The Best Thing About Me”

U2 are legendary. Simple as that.

5. Demi Lovato – “Tell Me You Love Me”

Demi is going back to her roots, and releasing these heart-shaking ballads. We couldn’t be happier. 

6. Thirty Seconds To Mars – “Walk On Water”

These boys also waited an eternity to drop new music. Now that we’ve got it, it’s been on REPEAT!

7. Justin Bieber + Bloodpop®️ – “Friends”

Certified banger. Can’t go wrong with new Biebs, and with Bloodpop®️ producing, it’s a sure-fire hit.

8. The Beaches – “Money”

This ain’t no typical girl band. Our baes of The Beaches are bringing the heat with this track off their new album LATE SHOW.

9. Logic – “1-800-273-8255”

Powerful beyond words. Knowing that Logic is using his platform to impact the world positively brings us joy like no other.

10. Maroon 5 – “What Lovers Do”

Maroon 5 are back doing what they do best. Take a listen to this hot track.

And there you have it! A new list of incredible NEW music that you can listen on repeat for as long as your heart desires! Or just listen the average amount. We won’t force you. Happy music loving!

Let us know what you’re listening to in the comments below.