The 5 Biggest New Songs To Drop This Week (16th December 2016)

16 December 2016, 13:09

Chris Brown

Featuring new music from Chris Brown, Kid Cudi, Pia Mia and more.

This week’s new music releases were dominated by Chris Brown’s huge new single ‘Party’ featuring Usher and Gucci Mane.

The polarising R&B singer, who counted down to the song’s release all week, has delivered a bass-heavy party starter. 

Kid Cudi finally released his new album ‘Passion, Pain and Demon Slayin’, while there has also been new music from Pia Mia, Trey Songz and Gucci Mane, who teamed up with Drake for a new song.

Check out the five biggest songs to drop this week below:

Chris Brown Feat. Usher & Gucci Mane – ‘Party'

Following a year of highs and lows, Chris Brown has released his brand new single 'Party' featuring Usher and Gucci Mane. The track is expected to be taken from Breezy's upcoming album, rumoured to be named 'Heartbreak On A Full Moon'.
 

Kid Cudi – ‘Passion, Pain And Demon Slayin’ (Album)

Following his recovery from depression earlier this year, Kid Cudi has finally released his long-awaited new album. Cudi is back to his best over a series of moody tracks.
 

Gucci Mane Feat. Drake – ‘Both’

Gucci Mane and Drake have linked up for the second time for a song called 'Both'. The bass-heavy track is taken from Gucci's new album 'The Return Of East Atlanta Santa'.
 

Pia Mia – ‘We Should Be Together’

Pia Mia is back! The 20-year-old songstress has released her brand new single 'We Should Be Together', sampling Isaac Hayes' classic track 'The Look Of Love'.
 

Trey Songz – ‘Comin Home’

Trey Songz has released a smooth new single dedicated to his family over Christmas. The R&B singer has also released some warm family-themed visuals to accompany the track.
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