Five New Music Releases to Listen to This Friday (May 6)

Image credit: @taylorswift

Time to zhuzh up your playlists with some new stuff!

Startefacts is here to offer you an expert look at what's good in today's music releases, so let's dive straight into it.

Taylor Swift – This Love (Taylor's Version)

Taylor continues to march through the music charts with re-releases of her old music, and it works so well every time. After breaking free from toxic relations with her label and securing her rights, Taylor revisits her songs, and now it's time for the 2014 single 'This Love' to storm back into our playlists.

Stream it:

Doja Cat – Vegas

Okay, it's Friday, after all. If you feel like slaying it rather than delve into nostalgia, check out Doja Cat's new track 'Vegas' – created for 'Elvis' biopic set to premiere on June 24 in the US.

Just let it stay in Vegas.

Stream it:

Jack Harlow – Dua Lipa

Would be fun if Dua Lipa decided to release a track titled 'Jack Harlow' after this, but no, we seem to have got the order right. After causing waves on Twitter with his "Angus Cloud 9" line from 'First Class', Harlow is here with a brand new album 'Come Home The Kids Miss You'.

And 'Dua Lipa' is just one of our favorites.

Stream it:

Bad Bunny – Party

Thanks for the Met Gala laughs, Bad Bunny, but now it's time for us to check out something this guy is really good at – reggaeton music. And we don't know about you, but we feel like partying when we listen to this collab with Rauw Alejandro from Bad Bunny's new album 'Un Verano Sin Ti'.

Stream it:

Arcade Fire – WE

After the last week's tease, Arcade Fire rolled out new album on Friday, titled 'WE', and we decided to go with the titular track to finalize our little recommendations list for you today. You should definitely check out the new album: it feels like exactly something you would turn on after a sleepless night when watching the sun rising.

Stream it:

Internet Crush of the Day
Henry Cavill From: post-DCU

Whatever happens next, we love Henry anyway.

Hot (63%) Not (37%)