Singles and videos of the week
If you have been too busy teleworking, you may have missed out on a number of new releases over the last few days. Just in time for the weekend, here’s a roundup of fresh drops on YouTube.
“KLK” by Arca and Rosalia
The Colombian musician has joined forces with the Spanish pop star for a new single, “KLK”, which features on her latest album “KiCk i.” The record also includes collaborations with Björk, Shygirl and Sophie.
“Children of the Revolution” by Kesha
The American singer features on an album to pay homage to the late glam-rock pioneer Marc Bolan, the famous singer-songwriter and frontman for the group T.Rex. This week she shared her version of the “Children of the Revolution”, which she performs alongside MC5 guitarist Wayne Kramer, and Elvis Costello’s bassist, Davey Faragher. “AngelHeaded Hipster: The Songs of Marc Bolan and T.Rex” is due to release on Sept. 4. The record includes contributions from such well-known artists as U2, Elton John and Joan Jett.
“6 PC HOT” by 6lack
The Atlanta rapper has just come out with a new EP. The six-track record notably includes the previously released single “Float”. Pitchfork reports that the title for this latest project is a reference to 6lack’s favorite restaurant in the capital of the state of Georgia.
“Girls in the Hood” by Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion has just dropped a brand new single, “Girls in the hood”. This latest release comes hot on the heels of her recent EP “Suga”, featuring the much-noted track “Savage”, which has been the subject of flamboyant remixes by Beyoncé and Major Lazer.
“How You Like That” by BLACKPINK
Having recently featured on the latest Lady Gaga album “Chromatica”, the K-pop girl group is back with a new single, “How You Like That”. Last year, the foursome became the first K-pop act to take to the stage at the Coachella Festival, an event preceded by several appearances on American TV shows, including “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert”. CL
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