5 New Songs to Start Your Weekend from Green Day, Hopsin, Smino & More

This is your weekly delivery of new tunes from around the world. From up-and-coming indie talent to well-known major acts, you’ll be kept up to date on quality tracks that you should be listening to to start your weekend off right.


Green Day – Pollyanna

Que sera’ and ‘c’est la vie. Rock veterans, Green Day, drop an uplifting new tune called “Pollyanna.”

“Better days are looking up the road, and to celebrate we just dropped a brand new song,” the band said of the new track on social media. ​”Go listen to Pollyanna out everywhere now. Can’t wait for Hella Mega Tour!”


Hopsin – Be11a Ciao

I love how dynamic Hopsin’s music is. The beats take you on a journey and his story telling is phenomenal. The music video reminds me that I need to watch Money Heist.



Smino & Monte Booker – Rice & Gravy

Smino and Monte Booker are a great team. “Rice & Gravy” is cool because it feels different. They add a lot of interesting sounds in percussive section. the bass line programming goes places you wouldn’t expect.


Anderson East – Drugs

Here’s a funky release from Anderson East called “Drugs.”

“I feel like that song, that was the hardest one to get right, because it’s definitely not a glorification of drugs,” he said in a release. “If anything, it’s a hardened look at yourself inward.”

Rolling Stone

It’s a serious theme that is balanced with a fun song and video. Enjoy it as he tries to save everyone.


Vance Joy – Missing Piece

Vance Joy’s “Missing Piece” is that song to help you wond down, but also lift your spirits from a heavy week.


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