The 5 Biggest New Songs Of This Week (12th June 2015)

12 June 2015, 10:53 | Updated: 29 March 2017, 11:48

The Weeknd (Rapper)

Featuring new music from The Weeknd, Sketpa and Trey Songz.

The week kicked off on a high with a brand new song from The Weeknd, who debuted 'Can't Feel My Face' during Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday. Skepta paid tribute to a fallen friend on emotional new song 'Lukey,' while G FrSH, Tinie Tempah and Stormzy all hooked up to film the video for new track 'Sometimes.'

Hit play on the five biggest songs to drop this week below. 

Skepta - 'Lukey'

This week Skepta has shared a moving tribute to his late friend Lukey Maxwell. The grime icon paid his respects in a track posted to Soundcloud following the death of Maxwell, an aspiring UK artist, on June 5th at Northumberland Park in North London.

The Weeknd - 'Can't Feel My Face'

The Weeknd has released his new single 'Can't Feel My Face'. The Toronto singer debuted the song with a live performance at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference yesterday.  Produced by Max Martin, 'Can't Feel My Face' is a significant departure from The Weeknd's characteristically moody tone marking a transition into more upbeat pop territory.

Trey Songz and Jennifer Lopez - 'What You Mean To Me'

Trey Songz and Jlo have teamed up for magical song 'What You Mean To Me,' the track is taken from the 'Finding Neverland' album, which is released on 9th June 2015, and also features tracks from Zendaya, Sage The Gemini and John Legend.

G FrSH Feat. Tinie Tempah and Stormzy - 'Sometimes'

This week saw G Frsh drop the new video for his latest song 'Sometimes.' Tinie Tempah and Stormzy both feature in the Berlin-set video. The heartbreak ballad is an unusual subject matter for the 'Know Me From' MC whose half-sung vocals are unlike any you've heard him spit before.

Mila J Feat. Future - 'FreakNic'

Mila J - sister of Jhené Aiko - has dropped a new collaboration with Future who jumps on board for the hook and a verse. The seductive slow jam samples none other than Jodeci's 'Freek'N You.' Hit play above.