The 5 Biggest New Songs To Drop This Week (4th November 2016)

5 November 2016, 21:12

Tinashe

Featuring new music from Tinashe, Bruno Mars, Alicia Keys and more.

Tinashe took over this week’s new music releases with her surprise new mixtape ‘Nightride’. 

The R&B singer has dropped a brand new 15-track project featuring songs such as ‘Company’, ‘Party Favors’, ‘Ride Of Your Life’ and more. 

Future and Drake also released their latest collaboration, while there have also been new music from Bruno Mars, Common and Alicia Keys – who finally released her long-awaited new album ‘HERE’.

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

Tinashe – ‘Nightride’ (Mixtape) 

Tinashe surprised her fans by releasing a brand new mixtape called 'Nightride'. Despite being widely-expected to release her second album 'Joyride', the singer has instead opted for a fresh project featuring some previously-heard songs.
 

Future & Drake – ‘Used To This’ 

Fresh from their joint Summer Sixteen tour, Drake and Future have collaborated again - this time on a new track called 'Used To This'. The 'What A Time To Be Alive' rappers trade verses over a piano-themed instrumental, taken from Future's upcoming 'Beast Mode 16' project.
 

Bruno Mars – ‘Versace On The Floor’

Following the success of his comeback single '24K Magic', Bruno Mars has returned with another new song. This time, the 'Uptown Funk' singer has slowed things down for a smooth R&B jam.
 

Alicia Keys – ‘HERE’ (Album)

Alicia Keys has dropped her brand new album 'HERE'. The New York singer has stripped things down for a soulful 16-track project, featuring singles including 'In Common' and 'Blended Family'.
 

Common – ‘Black America Again’ (Album)

Ahead of the upcoming US elections, Common has released his politically-charged album 'Black America Again'. Featuring guests such as Stevie Wonder, John Legend and more, the Chicago rapper has unleashed a powerful body of work.

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