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#MusicMonday Featuring Disclosure, Jennifer Lopez & More

Lazaros Balakos | PopWrapped Author

Lazaros Balakos

01/12/2016 3:18 am
PopWrapped | Music
#MusicMonday Featuring Disclosure, Jennifer Lopez & More | #MusicMonday
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#MusicMonday has been a thing on the internet for such a long while now. With so many brand-new tracks coming out, you can get your fix here on PopWrapped with all these new releases.

"New Love" - Dua Lipa

The Emile Haynie (Lana Del Rey, FKA Twigs) and Andrew Wyatt produced tune provides the up and coming songstress with a hypnotic synth-pop melody, which is basically perfect for her to sing on top. Those deep vocals shine on her very first official offering and the repetitive lines simply make “New Love” the perfect debut single. An almost haunted production for an ethereal lovesong, coming from a newcomer with such an interesting voice? Bring it on!

"Should’ve Gone Home" - Måns Zelmerlöw

Måns Zelmerlöw managed to win this year’s Eurovision Song Contest with his hit single “Heroes”, but he’s now moved on to another single. “Should’ve Gone Home” finds the crooner laying his soft, butter-y vocals on top of a really atmospheric production that perfectly combines synths and keys. As if the melody alone wasn’t enough, he gets personal on the electronic ballad, as he sings about the regretful aftermath of infidelity.

"Willing & Able" - Disclosure feat. Kwabs

If you’re expecting some radio-friendly hooks from this collaboration, you should probably skip it - it’s definitely not that, but a lot more actually. Disclosure are found working their magic on an ethereal house production, as if they have really crafted the perfect tune for Kwabs. His soulful vocals sound wonderful over the chilled out mix of synths and bass, marking the collaboration of the two acts on "Willing & Able" as a match made in heaven.

"Feel Good (It’s Alright)" - Blonde feat. Karen Harding

British duo Blonde have teamed up with up and coming songstress Karen Harding on their brand-new release, “Feel Good (It’s Alright)”. The uplifting tune is a pure house anthem, really danceable and with a repetitive chorus hook that goes wild and makes it extremely addictive. You could even say it has some old-school vibes, but they’re brought to the modern era perfectly. Add the “Say Something” star’s soulful vocals and an atmospheric bridge to the mix, and you’ve got an insanely good new entry to the the dance scene.

"You’re Mine" - Raving George feat. Oscar & The Wolf

When female producer Raving George joined her forces with electro-pop band Oscar & The Wolf, magic happened. “You’re Mine” serves as the absolute deep-house track and all you really need in your playlist right now. Romance keeps fading into darkness in both the sound and the lyrics of this 5:30-long song, as the sweet piano keys manage to keep it alive here and there. Fan of the genre or not, there’s no chance the pulsing beats and moody vocals won’t get you upon first listen.

"El Mismo Sol (Under The Same Sun)" - Alvaro Soler feat. Jennifer Lopez

You don’t really have to understand the lyrics of a song in order for it to get stuck in your mind and “El Mismo Sol” is further proof. Having dominated the charts all over Europe already, a Spanglish remix featuring Jennifer Lopez takes Alvaro Soler’s addictive, Euro/Latin folk-pop tune to a whole different level. Their vocals blend perfectly together on the extremely catchy, summer-ready production and with a uniting message like that, there’s no reason not to let this one take you away.

"I’m In It With You" - Loreen

Anyone remember Loreen and her Eurovision-winning track, “Euphoria”? Well, the songstress is preparing to release her sophomore studio album and we have a brand-new track from her, called “I’m In It With You”. The song finds her rocking an extremely atmospheric midtempo-dance production, simple yet effective. She sings the empowering lyrics beautifully and it’s impressive how well-placed her vocals are, making every bit seem effortless, even the belting. You wouldn’t call it a commercial release, but a simplistic, forward-thinking production with a spectacular voice that deserves to be noticed.

"Jitter" - Grace Mitchell The track is genuinely the kind of next level pop music you want to have in your playlist. It’s the indie kind of electro-pop tune with some a-little-more-urban influences on that insane beat. Imagine pop Sky Ferreira meets indie Sky Ferreira. Did we mention there are a few French lyrics on top of this incredible melody? Most likely, "Jitter” will end up being Grace Mitchell’s breakout hit.
"Good As Hell" - Paul Rey Swedish newcomer Paul Rey is making his way to the other side, with his debut single “Good As Hell” already prepared to smash the Stateside market. The uplifting tune finds the singer laying his deep vocals on top of an upbeat, dance-pop kind of production. The melody is the epitome of radio-friendly and those self-empowering lyrics make it easily-relatable for everyone. The song has those significant “Titanium”-like strings setting the tone throughout and going wild towards the end, while it gets really anthemic on the chorus as well.
"Hopscotch" - Emmelie De Forest Another Eurovision winner, 2013′s Emmelie De Forest, is making a comeback to the scene with her brand-new single, titled “Hopscotch”. This one finds her leaving her folk-pop sound aside to go for a more radio-friendly approach, delivering a tune that could very well be placed on one of Sara Bareilles’ records. Upbeat and clap-heavy, she’s singing beautifully all over the fast-paced song, which was inspired by the songstress’ recently extremely-busy lifestyle.

So, which one did you like the most? Are there any other fresh tunes you're digging, but didn't find on our #MusicMonday list? Let us know in the comment section below!


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