Need a few extra bops to put in your rotation? Here are some new tracks to put in your weekend playlist. Whether they are new to the world, or just new to you, we've culled together five options we've come across this week.
"Freak" by Jada Michael
We might not not be getting close to one another right now but we can certainly get in the mood to and the 21-year-old singer and songwriter Jada Michael is serving up the intimate jams to do just that. Her latest, "Freak," is about a night with her boo and we've gotta say ... we're in the mood! The aesthetically-perfect visual features model Asianna Scott.
"Something Stupid" by Malan Breton and Emergency Tiara
You might know Malan Breton's name from dressing some of your favorite celebrities. You know, Darren Criss, Priyanka Chopra, Kerry Washington, Daniel Craig. -- the big names. Well now, maybe those same celebrities will be spinning his records as the designer has just dropped his first music video.
"I felt like we needed childlike fantasy at this time, stories of friendship, of love, music that touches the heart, takes us out of the intensity of current days, and gives us a moment of joy, maybe beauty, maybe cartoon-like fantasy," Breton tells Out of his new duet with Emergency Tiara. "A lot of us are alone at this time, myself included, I want people to feel through this song that if you are alone, if you are with loved ones isolating, love is a beauty we can all hold close to our hearts, never lose that. Hugs, and human touch are very important. This is my hug to the world...
"Play Me" by Harrison Barnes
Inspired by one part Britney Spears -- the icon -- and one part Pen15 -- the Hulu cringe comedy -- Harrison Barnes has launched himself as an independent artist with his new song "Play Me." In a visual treatment that definitely starts off a little "Baby One More Time," the performer serves up some pop vocals that we can certainly come to know and love.
"I don't want to play games," he sings in the song's chorus. "But everybody trying to play me." You ain't the only one sis!