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SPOTTED ON SPOTIFY'S NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Comely Colombians Shakira and Maluma (aka Juan Luis Londoño Arias) get the photo op on this week's edition of Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist. Their collab, the reggaetón bouncer “Clandestino” (Sony Music Latin) splits the difference between and Jamaican pearl and Colombian marching powder. The lead-off cut on this gateway-to-summer weekend is “Midsummer Madness” from newly inked 12 Tone crew 88rising, who've invited Joji, Rich Brian, Higher Brothers and AUGUST 08 to their beach party.

Also popping up on NMF: “Liberated,” a cross-genre collab between Columbia artists Dej Loaf and Leon Bridges; “The Light” (Def Jam), which pairs Jeremih and Ty Dolla Sign; Gorillaz’ “Sorcererz” (Parlophone);  Kane Brown’s “Lose It” (RCA Nashville/Zone 4), LIVVIA's "Gratitude" (VIA Music), Why Don’t We’s “Hooked” (Signature/Atlantic), Future’s “Walk on Minks” and Khalid and HER’s “This Way,” both from Freebandz/Epic’s soundtrack to Sony PicturesSuperfly; Rich the Kid’s “Bring It Back” (Interscope); Jorja Smith’s “Lost & Found” (The Orchard/RCA); The Cordovas' "This Town's a Drag (ATO), Interpol’s “The Rover” (Matador), Badflower's "Ghost" (Big Machine/Varvatos), Little Big Town's "Summer Fever" (Capitol Nashville), Kim Petras' "Can't Do Better" (BunHead/AWAL), Jay Rock's "The Bloodiest" (Top Dawg Ent./Interscope), Lykke Li's "last piece" (RCA), Tory Lanez with Ozuna on "Pa Mi" (Mad Love/Interscope), Marshmello's "Tell Me" (Joytime Collective), Dierks Bentley's "Goodbye in Telluride" (Capitol Nashville), SahBabii's "Watery" (Casting Bait/Warner Bros. Records), Seth Ennis' "Call Your Mama" (Arista Nashville), You Me At Six's "3AM" (AWAL), Norah Jones' "My Heart Is Full" (Blue Note/Capitol), and Sabrina Carpenter's "Almost Love" (Hollywood Records). 

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