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29 October 2015, 14:33
Featuring new music from Drake, Fetty Wap, Chris Brown and Tinashe.
November has arrived and it comes bearing lots of new music to add to your soundtrack. Songs to look out for include Tinashe and Chris Brown’s ‘Player’ and 'Right Hand' by Drake.
Kelly Rowland is back and is ready to kickstart the party on ‘Dumb’, whilst Skepta, Fetty Wap and Chance The Rapper provide big songs to love.
Hit play on all the new music you should know about in November below:
You know when these guys hook up that it's going to be massive.
'Player', the second single from Tinashe's upcoming album 'Joyride', gets us in the mood to party.
Chris Brown pours his emotion into this anthemic unreleased single 'Gravity'.
Wretch 32 is back with a brand new single. This feel-good anthem has given us high hopes for his upcoming album.
'Coke Zoo' by French Montana and Fetty Wap has more than enough party anthems to get stuck into.
Ahead of his upcoming album 'Free TC', Ty Dolla Sign has given us 10 new songs to enjoy.
Skepta has followed up his Grime anthem 'Shutdown' with the energetic 'Top Boy'.
Chance The Rapper turns up the tempo on his brand new song 'Angels.'
Yeezy put his own twist on The Weeknd's epic 'Beauty Behind The Madness' track 'Tell Your Friends,' which was originally produced by 'Ye himself.
After a two year hiatus Kelly Rowland is back and proves she's still got what it takes to produce an awesome club anthem.
Miguel brings an upbeat but vibey feel to the table on new track 'Waves.'
Keep it fun till the break of dawn! Format B's new dance anthem is officially released on 6th November.
If you loved Aluna George on Disclosure's 'White Noise' we're sure you're going to love her new team up with Skrillex and Diplo.
Drizzy's 'Back To Back' got so much attention when he dropped it, thanks mainly to the endless Meek Mill references in it, that a lot of people skipped over the other release - 'Right Hand.'
R Kelly has enlisted Lil' Wayne and Jeremih for a bouncy new club track 'Switch Up' which will feature on his upcoming LP, 'The Buffet.'
Bryson Tiller sample video game 'Street Fighter' on his most recent track, likely to feature on his debut album 'T R A P S O U L.'