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New Music Friday: 11.20.20

New Music Friday: 11.20.20

It’s a full week of music and new releases. With BTS making their comeback with their new album BE and Shawn Mendes and Justin Bieber releasing their collaboration, music fans have a lot to catch up on. Here is this week’s New Music Friday.

DJ Megan Ryte Featuring will.i.am and A$AP Ferg – Culture

DJ Megan Ryte has dropped “Culture” a collaboration with will.i.am and A$AP Ferg. “This song is a statement record that recognizes the importance of Black cultural contributions around the world. With will.i.am and A$AP Ferg lending their voices to the track, I’m ushering in the next step of my musical journey transitioning from DJ to now producer and executive of my own label. I’m doing it for the culture,” said DJ Megan Ryte.

Kings Elliot – I’m Getting Tired of Me

Kings Elliot has dropped a personal track, “I’m Getting Tired of Me.” In the track, she battles her anxiety, depression, loneliness, and self-doubt in a spellbinding way.

Willie Jones featuring T.I. – Down For It

Willie Jones and T.I. team up for the new song “Down For It.” “When the original ‘Down For It’ dropped, it was inspired by my love for love itself and by one of the best rappers out the south, T.I.,” says Jones.”We included a few lines from “Whatever you Like” when we performed it all over the world, and the fans would go crazy during that part. We reached out to Tip, and he said he’d jump on. This new mix gives the song a whole new vibe, and to have a legend on it, man… it’s good.”

See Also

Maverick City Music x UPPERROOM – You Hold It All Together

Maverick City Music and UPPERROOM have teamed up for a collaborative album titled, You Hold It All Together. The eight-track album features both groups in an intimate setting.

Beverley Knight – A Christmas Wish

To kick the holiday season into full drive, Beverley Knight has released “A Christmas Wish.” The song is part of the soundtrack of The Loss Adjuster.

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