The 5 Biggest New Songs Of This Week (28th August 2015)

28 August 2015, 12:30 | Updated: 29 March 2017, 11:48

The Weeknd Album Cover

Including The Weeknd's new 'Beauty Behind The Madness' album.

This week has been all about The Weeknd, with his debut studio album 'Beauty Behind The Madness' finally dropping on Friday (28th August), featuring guests Ed Sheeran, Lana Del Rey and Labrinth. 

In the lead up to the album drop, Martin Garrix unveiled an EDM remix of it's latest single 'Can't Feel My Face' - plus, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis made their return with new single 'Downtown' and it's accompanying music video.

Check out the five biggest new songs to drop the week below. 

Macklemore And Ryan Lewis - 'Downtown'

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis dropped their brand new single 'Downtown' this week, complete with an accompanying music video that looks more like a Broadway musical! 

Rita Ora Feat. Chris Brown - 'Body On Me (Fetty Wap Remix)'

Fetty Wap has joined Rita Ora and Chris Brown on the remix of their new single ‘Body On Me’. The New Jersey rapper adds his signature melodic vocals and ad-libs to the reworked pop song. “I know you like the feel of my body, let me take you for a ride in my ‘Rari,” sings Fetty. 

The Weeknd - 'Beauty Behind The Madness'

There's actually a lot more than five new tracks you need to listen to this week, because finally The Weeknd has dropped his debut studio album, 'Beauty Behind The Madness.' Hit play and enjoy.

The Weeknd - 'Can't Feel My Face (Martin Garrix Remix)'

Days before The Weeknd dropped his new album, Martin Garrix unveiled an EDM remix of it's latest single 'Can't Feel My Face.' 

Skepta, Kano and Bashy - 'See Me Again'

Skepta has joined forces with Kano and Bashy on a new Grime track called ‘See Me Again’. The song is taken from the upcoming Alwayz Recording mixtape called ‘Concrete Jungle’. “It’s been a long time since I’ve linked up with my brothers Skepta and Kano, we come from the original school of Grime and it’s always a pleasure to be able to get back to the roots of where we came from,” Bashy told Fader.