The 5 Biggest New Songs To Drop This Week (27th January 2017)

27 January 2017, 13:35

Nicki Minaj

Featuring new music from Major Lazer, Kehlani, Migos and more.

This week was all about Major Lazer and the release of their huge new single ‘Run Up’ alongside Nicki Minaj and PARTYNEXTDOOR. 

The EDM collective have unleashed an upbeat, dancehall-influenced song, rumoured to be taken from their upcoming album ‘Music Is The Weapon‘.

Kehlani also released her debut album ‘SweetSexySavage’, while there has also been new music from Alicia Keys, Migos and Missy Elliott – who surprised fans with a new song called ‘I’m Better’.

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

Major Lazer Feat. Nicki Minaj & PARTYNEXTDOOR – ‘Run Up’

Major Lazer have released a huge new single alongside Nicki Minaj and PARTYNEXTDOOR called 'Run Up'. The upbeat new party track is set to be a hit this year.
 

Kehlani – ‘SweetSexySavage’ [Album]

Kehlani has finally released her debut album 'SweetSexySavage'! The Bay Area singer has opted for no features on the powerful new 18-track LP.

Migos – ‘Culture’ [Album]

Following the success of their hit single 'Bad And Boujee', Migos have dropped their second studio album 'Culture'. The Atlanta trio have linked up with DJ Khaled, Travis Scott, 2 Chainz and more on the trap-heavy new project.
 

Missy Elliott – ‘I'm Better’

Missy Elliott made a surprise return with her brand new single 'I'm Better'. The Hip-Hop legend has also dropped spectacular visuals to accompany it.
 

Alicia Keys – ‘That's What's Up’

In celebration of her 33rd birthday, Alicia Keys released a brand new gospel-inspired song called 'That's What's Up'. The song also contains a familiar sample - 'So Alive' by Kings of Tomorrow, which was famously sampled by Kanye West in his TLOP track 'Low Lights'.
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