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17 Feb
Music

5 Amazing New Songs We Fell In Love With Last Week

Last weekend, the Grammy’s dominated the music world and saw some big performances of, among others, Dua Lipa, Shawn Mendes and Cardi B. The latter released her new collab with Bruno Mars, but let’s be honest… “Please Me” really isn’t that song. Katy Perry and Zedd also released a song together and did a far better job by delivering a solid pop-track, but it’s not the standout song we hoped for. Leaving this all behind, we are ready to introduce you to our five favorite songs of the week!

ALMA – Summer

The Finnish singer Alma is currently working on her debut album and has been experimenting a lot recently. At the begin of this month, ALMA surprised everyone with the different “When I Die”, but “Summer” isn’t any less impressive. Bringing a lot more emotion into the spotlight, ALMA shows that she is so much more than just a regular pop star.

Warhola – Glow

In December, we interviewed the lovely Tessa Dixson, who only had positive things to say about her friend Warhola. Working on his debut album, the Belgian singer is focusing on releasing high quality pop songs with strong visuals and his new release “Glow” isn’t an exception. With a visually inspiring video and an addictive pop song, Warhola is by far one of the brightest pop stars of the country.

SG Lewis – Blue

Are you looking for a good song to wake you up in the morning? With “Blue”, we might have a good contender for you. London-based producer SG Lewis is one of the acts we named an ‘Artist To Watch at the beginning of the year and with his dreamy new release, he shows everyone why.

Maisie Peters – Stay Young

Maisie Peters is only eighteen years old, but introduced herself last year with her cute singer-songwriter songs. After her first tour, Peters is currently in Los Angeles to work on new music. “Stay Young” is the first song that comes out of her trip and sounds as a cute pop anthem. Let’s see if the world will fall in love with Maisie as much as we did.

Ruby Grace – Baby Spice

We love good pop songs with a strong attitude and that’s what the Belgian singer Ruby Grace is known for. “Baby Spice” has some interesting electro sounds and Grace’s extremely captivating voice underlines that.

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