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30 May 2014, 18:38
Listen to all the biggest new music that's going to be soundtracking your June.
The summer is upon us and with comes bags full of big new tracks, from Nicki Minaj's highly anticipated comeback single 'Pills N Potions' to infectious dance songs from Martin Garrix, Kove and Second City. This is the music that will soundtrack your June.
(Warning: Some of these songs contain language that some people may find offensive.)
Deadmau5 has dropped a new track featuring Colleen D'Agostini, titled 'Seeya.' The Canadian leaves behind his usual sound for the laidback cut with impressive vocals from D'Agostini, calling it a "little funky, upbeat thing... A bit of a departure."
The track will act as the first single to be released off Nicki's highly anticipated forthcoming album 'The Pink Print.'
We had a feeling at the start of 2014 that Jess Glynne was going to be an artist to watch this year and she's more than delivered with new song 'Right Here'. Sounding like your new favourite summer song in 2014, 'Right Here' is driven by an infectious vocal and bassline.
Trey Songz is on a roll with his new music, the latest track from him sounds like his upbeat classics.
Usher has returned with the new song 'Good Kisser', which sees the R&B superstar shed his clothes in the accompanying music video.The track, which sees Usher singing about a mystery woman, is the first to be taken from his forthcoming album due out later this year.
UK duo Gorgon City got everyones attention with the release of their MNEK-assisted single 'Ready For Your Love.' But if you were thinking of carrying that tune through to summer, you'll have to make room for something fresh from the North London producers.
Major Lazer teamed up with Sean Paul for the latest offering from their 'Apocalypse Soon' EP which dropped earlier this year. See the Geisha girls dance in the official video for 'Come On To Me,' released 21st June.
Originally premiered during Garrix's set at Ultra Music Festival a few months back, the song was written by DVBBS when they first moved in to their Los Angeles home. "Alex and Chris from DVBBS came with first idea for the track," Garrix told Rolling Stone. "When they played the melody and sang the vocals, Sander and I immediately fell in love."
The remix album of Avicii - 'True' is finally out and on it you'll find this big Avicii remix - of Avicii, by Avicii - you get the idea.