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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Interscope's Selena Gomez and Rauw Alejandro adorn the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday courtesy of their collab "Baila Conmingo."

Collaborations pack the front of the set; Lil Durk taps Lil Baby for "Finesse Out the Gang Way" (Alamo/Geffen), benny blanco joins forces with Marshmello & Vance Joy on "You" (Friends Keep Secrets/Joytime Collective/Interscope) and Tyler, The Creator hops on Brent Faiyaz's "Gravity" (Lost Kids). 

Other highlights include: Maluma's "Agua de Jamaica" (Sony Latin), Lil Mosey's "Holy Water" (Mogul Vision/Interscope), Celeste's "Tonight Tonight" (Interscope), 347aidan f/Kenny Beats' "IDWK" (347RECORDS/Columbia), CJ's ""BOP"" (Warner), Anitta's "Loco" (Warner), Rag'n'Bone Man's "All You Ever Wanted" (Columbia), Morgan Wallen's "Band Aid on a Bullet" (Big Loud/Republic), Jack Kays' "Tired" (Columbia), PARTYNEXTDOOR's "Let's Get Married" (OVO Sound/Warner), Alexander 23's "Cry Over Boys" (Interscope), Jensen McRae's "Immune" (Human Re Sources), Sam Dew's "DJ" (RCA), Yella Beezy f/Erica Banks' "STAR" (HITCO), Joshua Bassett's "Only a Matter of Time" (Warner), PRETTYMUCH's "Parking Spot" (Sire), Lauren Weintraub's "She's Mine" (Big Machine), Weezer's "Grapes of Wrath" (Crush Music), Verzache's "All I Need" (Capitol), 2KBABY's "The Stimulus" (Masked/Warner), JPEGMAFIA's "FIX YOURSELF!" (EQT/Republic), Mike Posner f/Stanaj & Yung Bae's "Momma Always Told Me" (Masked Mountain/Arista), Slimelife Shawty's "Homicide" (Alamo), Porter Robinson's "Look at the Sky" (Mom+Pop), AMA's "World League" (Dirty Hit), Lyn Lapid's "Itsy Bitsy" (Republic), Pale Waves' "You Don't Own Me" (Dirty Hit), The Killers' "C'est la Vie" (Island), JoJo's "American Mood" (Warner), LBS Kee'vin's "Hood Dreams" (Visionary/Columbia), Bankroll Freddie's "Add It Up" (QC/Motown), Andra Day's "Tigress & Tweed" (Warner), almost monday's "Live Forever" (Hollywood) and Eric Church's "Heart on Fire" (EMI Nashville). 

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