Music Monday: Trending Music Of the Week

Trending Music Of the Week
Trending Music Of the Week

Keep yourself updated with the trending music. Whatson team has listed the top 5 trending music of this week.

“Save Your Tears” by The Weeknd

The song has been released at the first week of the January along with music viddeo. It is the track off his most recent album, After Hours. In the video, the artist is wearing a modified version of his red-jacketed outfit. He’s performing in a fancy nightclub filled with formally attired people wearing funky glittery dresses. At the end, the video shows, the Weeknd is holding a pistol to his own head.

“Bad Boy” by Young Thug & Juice WRLD

Young Thug has teamed up with the Chicago rapper Juice WRLD for the song “Bad Boy” which is now quite trending. The collaboration arrives alongside a Cole Bennett-directed video, featuring both rappers. This project is the fourth collaboration of the duo. The music video features Juice, Thug, and a bunch of folks in Juggalo makeup. The song gives a vibe of 1995 film Bad Boys starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.

“Talk About Love” by Zara Larsson

The singer has kick started the new year with her new single “Talk About Love” featuring Young Thug. The track arrives alongside the very exciting teaser that her new album ‘Poster Girl’. The song is continuously in the trending chart. “Talk About Love” is about that phase before two people work out what they are to one another.

“Anyone” by Justin Bieber

The song arrived during the singer’s T-Mobile-sponsored New Year’s Eve concert. The music video is directed by Colin Tilley, shows Bieber is in boxing mode, hopping in the ring, drinking raw eggs and wooing actress Zoey Deutch. The video potrays a 1940s-era. The lovestruck track follows previous singles “Holy”.

“Flames” by Mod Sun

“Flames” is a song by American singer Mod Sun featuring Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne. The song is from the upcoming fourth studio album Internet Killed The Rockstar. It was written by Mod Sun himself along with Lavigne and John Feldmann. The video features Lavigne and Smith sitting back-to-back at a piano and drum set performing the song.