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MM's Hot New Releases, April 23: The Weeknd, Ariana Grande, H.E.R.

MM's Hot New Releases, April 23: The Weeknd, Ariana Grande, H.E.R.
Check out this week's best new tracks in Media Mole's Hot New Releases playlist.

It's New Music Friday and time to check out what's on your soundtrack for the week ahead in Media Mole's Hot New Releases playlist.

Leading the way this week is Ariana Grande, who adds a new verse to The Weeknd's 'Save Your Tears', which has previously charted at 11.

Critics' dahling H.E.R. teams up with Chris Brown for 'Come Together', a track he's already confidently declared to be "the song of the summer".

Elsewhere, Rebecca Black is back again (well, it is Friday after all) with 'Personal', while producer Shift K3y enlists Tinashe for 'Love Line'.

Other tracks still in our mixtape in this week include Lil Nas X's all-conquering 'Montero (Call Me By Your Name)', Olivia Rodrigo's 'deja vu' and Justin Bieber's 'Peaches'.

Click here to listen to and subscribe to our playlist on Spotify or listen directly in the player below!

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