Our music editor Adam Humphries brings you the top music releases of this week! Make sure to add them to your playlist!
Fans Choose Adele’s ‘Easy On Me’***
The new Adele song “Easy On Me” has taken the top spot in this week’s new music vote.
Readers of Billboard voted for their favorite new music release from the previous week. “Easy On Me” by Adele received 69 percent of the vote, beating out new music by Coldplay, Paulina Rubio, and others. The 33-year-old British superstar’s first song in five years is a piano ballad. It intends to make a big sensation when it debuts on the Billboard charts.
Adele’s new single “Easy On Me” will be released on November 19th. 30 is her fourth album, and the song is the lead single from it. All three of the singer’s most recent albums have been in the top five on the Billboard 200. Her most recent album, 25, was released in 2015 and sold 3.38 million copies in its first week.
Pa Salieu Drops Party Banger “Bad”***
With a Caribbean-inspired sound, the British rapper returns.
Pa Salieu is back with his latest single, “Bad,” which marks his first-ever collaboration with Manchester song-writer Aitch, right off his latest EP, Afrikan Rebel.
With funky African sounds, an immensely catchy tune, and chemistry between the collaborators, the single is an amazing party anthem. The Coventry-raised rapper has been blowing up the UK Drill scene for a while now, with his debut single “Frontline” rapidly climbing the BBC Radio 1Xtra playlist to become the most played music of 2020. The smash tune gave the up-and-coming musician recognition, and he made his US TV debut with a performance of the song on Jimmy Fallon last May, followed by his first tour.
Sam Fischer Shares New Single ‘Hopeless Romantic’***
Sam Fischer has released a new tune called ‘Hopeless Romantic,’ which explores his problems as an artist, particularly as someone who romanticizes ordinary life.
Fischer, who was born in Australia and is currently in the United Kingdom after completing his first-ever headline tour, hasn’t always been able to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
The video for ‘Hopeless Romantic’ was shot in one fluid shot in London, with five different settings and four different clothing changes. ‘This City,’ Fischer’s debut track, has received over 500 million streams worldwide. It spent 11 weeks in the UK top 20 and is double platinum in Australia, as well as gold in the United States, New Zealand, and Switzerland. He has toured North America with Lewis Capaldi and appeared on Ellen, Jimmy Kimmel, and James Corden’s Late Late Show. In January 2022, the budding star will embark on a tour of the United States.