New Music Friday Releases RAYE Halsey Bon Jovi and More
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New Music Friday Releases RAYE Halsey Bon Jovi and More

This week’s New Music Friday is packed with exciting releases from some of the biggest names in the industry. Halsey makes a poignant return with her new track “The End,” following her recent health revelations. The song is the first glimpse into her upcoming sixth studio album, and it’s already making waves with its emotional depth and raw lyrics.

RAYE also steps back into the spotlight with “Genesis,” a nearly seven-minute track that tackles issues like body image and societal pressures. Her candid commentary is sure to resonate with many listeners.

BTS’s Jung Kook is back with “Never Let Go,” the official fan song for BTS FESTA 2024. This follows his string of successful collaborations and solo hits, and fans are eagerly anticipating whether this track will continue his streak of top 10 hits.

Sabrina Carpenter, currently enjoying a five-week reign at Number 1 with “Espresso,” releases “Please Please Please” from her upcoming album “Short n’ Sweet,” set to drop on August 23. The anticipation for her sixth studio album is palpable.

Ashton Irwin of 5 Seconds of Summer debuts “Straight To Your Heart,” the first single from his second solo album “BLOOD ON THE DRUMS.” Meanwhile, Blossoms return with the title track of their fifth LP “Gary,” and Confidence Man aims to set the summer on fire with “I CAN’T LOSE YOU.”

On the album front, Charli XCX releases “BRAT,” a tribute to rave culture, featuring the focus track “Talk talk.” Fans are curious to see if it will match the success of her 2022 chart-topping album “CRASH.”

Bon Jovi makes a grand return with “Forever,” their first new material in four years. Meghan Trainor also hopes to secure a spot in the UK Top 10 with her new album “Timeless.”

Eels are back with their fifteenth studio album, and Peggy Gou, the South Korea-born, Berlin-based artist, drops her debut album “I Hear You.”

This week’s releases are a testament to the diverse and dynamic nature of the music industry, offering something for everyone. Whether you’re into pop, rock, or dance, there’s a new track or album waiting for you.