The 5 Biggest New Songs Of This Week (3rd July 2015)

3 July 2015, 11:32

Pharrell Glastonbury

Featuring on the big 5 this week you'll find a Fekky and Skepta team-up, Pharrell's brand new song 'Freedom' and Krept And Konan's big 'Freak Of The Week' remix.

Pharrell's name appears twice on our 'The 5 Biggest New Songs Of The Week' round-up this week, with the release of his brand new feel-good anthem 'Freedom' and Diddy - wait, we mean Puff Daddy's - new song 'Finna Get Loose,' produced by the hitmaker. 

Also hit play on new Fekky and Skepta, Jeremih's 'Freak Of The Week' remix and a team up from Meek Mill, Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown.

Puff Daddy - 'Finna Get Loose'

Sean Combs has released the third single, ‘Finna Get Loose’, from his forthcoming comeback album. The track features a classic Pharrell beat, that recalls Nelly’s ‘Hot In Herre’, over which Diddy commands you to “get loose”.

Meek Mill Feat. Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown - 'All Eyes On You'

‘All Eyes On Me’ features a verse from, ‘Pinkprint’ rapper and Meek's current partner, Nicki Minaj as well as a hook from Chris Brown. It features on his 'Dreams Worth More Than Money' album.

Krept And Konan Feat. Jeremih, Popcaan and Beenie - 'Freak Of The Week (Remix)'

Dancehall stars Popcaan and Beenie Man join the South London MCs and Jeremih on the official 'Freak Of The Week' remix, in what's sure to be a song of the summer contender. It follows the unveiling of the music video for their new album's lead song.  

Pharrell - 'Freedom'

Last weekend Pharrell premiered his brand new song 'Freedom' at Glastonbury Festival, the track and it's official music video are now available on on Apple Music. Watch Skateboard P's epic Glasto performance above. 

Fekky Feat. Skepta - 'Way Too Much'

YES to this brand new hook up from Fekky and Skepta, which dropped just in time for the weekend. 

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