This week's episode of the Must-Hear Music podcast options one thing you wouldn't count on in 2018 – a brand new track from Prince. But due to Piano & A Microphone 1983, the official launch of a uncommon cassette recording of the Purple One alone on the ivories, we will now expertise beforehand unheard songs like "Cold Coffee and Cocaine," which finds the genius adopting a goofy voice and having a bit little bit of enjoyable on the mic.
In different sudden returns, we’ve a brand new track from Avril Lavigne. The dormant pop queen reemerges with "Head Above Water," a dramatic ballad that speaks to her struggle with Lyme's illness over the previous few years.
In the brand new beginnings realm: Brockhampton's "Honey," a monitor from their first main label launch iridescence, and Dinah Jane's first solo foray since Fifth Harmony went on hiatus – "Bottled Up," a "Work From Home"-esque bop that, like that hit, options Ty Dolla Sign, along with Marc E. Bassy.
We additionally chat Rita Ora's new jam "Let You Love Me" and the sudden team-up of Gallant, Sufjan Stevens and Rebecca Sugar with "TOOGOODTOBETRUE."
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