New Music Friday: Lil Nas X, Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato, G-Eazy, & More

Lil Nas X – “That’s What I Want“ (Montero ALBUM)

Lil Nas X has finally released his debut album Montero with an entire visual album and the latest single from it is “That’s What I Want”. The song depicts Nas’ desire to be loved by someone, and we think he has another number one with this one!

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G-Eazy – “Breakdown ft. Demi Lovato”

G-Eazy has teamed up with Demi Lovato for “Breakdown”. The emotional song acknowledges both the artist’s struggles, the music video depicts some of the real-life headlines and challenges these two have faced.

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“Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)” – Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift shocked TikTok fans by letting them know she’s releasing “Wildest Dreams” (Taylor’s Version) off her beloved 1989 album. Taylor has become an avid TikTok user, with the app claiming her entrance as #SwiftTok. When Taylor plans to rerelease ”1989” is unknown, however, we do know that “Red (Taylor’s Version)” is coming Nov. 19, 2021.

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“Who’s in Your Head” – Jonas Brothers

Everyone’s favorite pair of musical brothers are back with their new single “Who’s In Your Head”. The Jonas Brothers have currently been on tour with Kelsea Ballerini, to which they teased the track during a recent performance. Not to mention they posted a snippet of it on TikTok.

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“All I Need” – August Royals

“All I Need” is the LA singer/songwriter’s third outing, following last month’s “Crash” and July’s debut release “Blue Football”, and is teamed with a video directed by Andrew Sandler (Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Mary J. Blige) that carries on from where “Crash” left off. The artist, born in Georgia and currently based in LA, went viral on Instagram in 2019 with a clip of a track called “Restless”, and has since signed to RCA Records and become a friend and collaborator of BROCKHAMPTON’s Kevin Abstract, after meeting at an LA show.

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“Colors and Shapes” – Mac Miller 

Hornet Director Sam Mason spins up a magical stream of dreamlike imagery for “Colors and Shapes” off the new official release of rapper and record producer Mac Miller’s Faces mixtape. 

Mason teamed with the family of Miller (who died in 2018) to conceptualize the visuals for the album which was originally released independently for free download on Mother’s Day of 2014.

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“La Funka” – Ozuna

La Funka” is distinguished by its seamless fusion of the infectious rhythms of Soca and Brazilian Funk, making it one of the most uplifting and inspiring songs in the contemporary music scene.

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“V12” – iann dior feat. Lil Uzi Vert

After hitting a series of milestone achievements, including his first chart-topping single with 24kGoldn’s “Mood,” hitmaker iann dior is back with his latest single.

The Puerto Rican-born, Corpus Christi-raised vocalist has returned with his latest new music, enlisting Lil Uzi Vert for “V12.” The track, which was produced by Taz Taylor, Nick Mira, and Cxdy, has been in the works for several months, and fans are excited to finally hear the finished version. It comes alongside a new music video, directed by Rudy Grazziani and iann dior.

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