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SPOTTED ON NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Big Loud/Republic's Morgan Wallen adorns the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday thanks to the release of his double album, Dangerous. Wallen's "Wasted on You" kicks off the playlist. 

RCA artists pack the front of the set, with Jazmine Sullivan tapping H.E.R. for "Girl Like Me," ZAYN returning courtesy of "Vibez" and Kings of Leon dropping two new songs, including "The Bandit."

Other highlights include: Saweetie f/Doja Cat's "Best Friend" (ICY/Warner), Zara Larsson f/Young Thug's "Talk About Love" (TEN/Epic), dvsn's "Use Somebody" (OVO Sound/Warner), Jhay Cortez f/Myke Towers' "Los Bo" (UMLE), YG's "Hit Em Up" (Epic/4Hunnid), J.I the Prince of N.Y's "Marvins Room–Spotify Single" (G*Starr/Geffen/Interscope), Taylor Swift's "it's time to go" (Republic), Olivia Rodrigo's "Drivers License" (Geffen/Interscope), Florida Georgia Line's "New Truck" (Big Machine), Bas f/The Hics' "Smoke From Fire" (Dreamville/Interscope), VanJess f/Jimi Tents & Garren's "Curious" (Keep Cool/RCA), Priscilla Block's "I Bet You Wanna Know" (Mercury Nashville/InDent), RMR's "Her Honeymoon" (CMNTY CULTURE/Warner), Adam Melchor's "Last Time" (Coquito/Warner), Lil Boom's "violet evergarden" (Homemade/10K Projects), Ricky Hill's "Tryin'" (Foo Foo/10K), 5am's "Falsetto" (1865/Interscope), Drelli's "Ain't Enough" (10K), Jon Foreman's "Education" (Capitol Christian), Jack Newsome's "The Year the World Stood Still" (12Tone), Nechie's "High End" (Interscope), Chevelle's "Self Destructor" (Epic), We the Kingdom's "Take Me on a Ride" (Sparrow/Capitol) and Langhorne Slim's "Colors" (Dualtone).

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