New music from Zara Larsson, Dermot Kennedy, Jess Glynne, The 1975, Picture this and TORY LANEZ & MEEK MILL

Our updated 'Tracks Of The Week' playlist mixes retro with modern, rapping with singing and gives you just about a taste of everything else. Make sure to check it out now.


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RUIN MY LIFE - ZARA LARSSON


The comeback single of Swedish sensation Zara Larsson is a pop spectacle consisting of melodic hooksbittersweet lyrics and other hit-making features while having Larsson's personal touch all over it. 

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IT’S NOT LIVING (IF IT’S NOT WITH YOU) - THE 1975
This retro-influenced tune could make you nostalgic about experiences that you’ve never had before. Although you can hear the 80s and 90s all over it, the song is ultimately a never-ageing statement shining brightly in the indie music scene. 

POWER OVER ME - DERMOT KENNEDY


The raw vocals of Dermot Kennedy bounce perfectly on the melody of this track. The song is a confident statement about the artist’s vision and his beliefs as a person.


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ONE DRINK - PICTURE THIS

In a less-serious tone, Picture This speaks about a break up that has filled them with mixed feelings. There is something romantic about the millennial mindset that this song reflects - a raw honesty or perhaps a sign of the times? 

NO ONE - JESS GLYNNE 


‘No One’ is a melodic adventure infused with various genres, ultimately resulting into a pop song. Jess Glynne’s angelic voice slides smoothly on the piano instrumentation, clearly stating the type of artist she wants to be. 

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DRIP DRIP DRIP - TORY LANEZ, MEEK MILL

This upbeat and, surprisingly melodic track shows Tory Lanez’s singing rather than rapping. It’s a cut from his upcoming album and it is a definite promise for a sound re-direction. Judging from ‘Drip Drip Drip’, the album must contain a trick or two to WOW us with.