The 5 Biggest New Songs To Drop This Week (3rd March 2017)

3 March 2017, 15:14

Meek Mill

Featuring new music from Ed Sheeran, Meek Mill, J Hus and more.

This week saw Remy Ma return with a second brutal diss track for Nicki Minaj called 'Another One'.

The New York rapper followed-up her initial 'Shether' diss, with a song clearly influenced by Drake's infamous 'Back To Back'.

Meek Mill released a brand new track called 'King', while there has been new music from Ed Sheeran, Mario and J Hus - who has followed-up his standout feature on Stormzy's new album with a laid-back single.

Check out the five biggest songs to be released this week below:

Remy Ma – ‘Another One’

After brutally dissing Nicki Minaj on a song called 'Shether', Remy Ma attempted to land the finishing blow on a new track called 'Another One'. Did she do the damage?
 

Meek Mill – ‘King’

After being caught up in the feud between Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma, Meek Mill has released a new track alongside underwear company 'Ethika'. Taken from the brand's forthcoming mixtape, Meek Mill fires shots at his haters.

Ed Sheeran – ‘÷’ [Album]

After taking a 12-month musical hiatus, Ed Sheeran finally released his new album '÷'. The singer-songwriter is back with 16 fresh tracks including 'Shape Of You' & 'Eraser'.     
 

Mario – ‘Let Me Help You’

Mario is back with a brand new single called 'Let Me Help You'. The R&B singer appears to have been influenced by Drake's recent tropical-influenced songs on his catchy new single.
 

J Hus – ‘Did You See’

Representing for the UK, J Hus has dropped a smooth new single ahead of his highly-anticapted debut album. The Londoner glides over the bouncy instrumental with an infectious melody.
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