6 New Songs to Start Your Weekend from Juice WRLD, Ariana Grande, Lana Del Rey, and more

6 New Songs to Start Your Weekend from Juice WRLD, Ariana Grande, and more

6 New Songs to Start Your Weekend from Juice WRLD, Ariana Grande, Lana Del Rey, and more

Juice WRLD, Ariana Grande, Lana Del Rey, and more have new releases this week.

Ariana Grande – 34+35 (Remix) ft. Doja Cat & Megan Thee Stallion

Ariana Grande delivers a remix to her “34 + 35” single. This time around, she brings Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion to add their raps in the second and third verse slots.

Ariana teased the remix of “34+35” via social media on January 13, 2021, with two unknown artists. The next day she shared that Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion would be featured.


Lana Del Rey – Chemtrails Over the Country Club

“Chemtrails Over the Country Club,” produced by Jack Antonoff is out. Jack handled most of the production on Lana Del Rey’s upcoming album of the same name. He has most recently worked on releases from Louis Tomlinson, Lila Gray, Taylor Swift, the Cast of Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, and Bleachers.

It’s got that really smooth, almost creepy, but still dreamy vibe that Lana does so well. Watch out for the werewolves.


Dayglow – Close To You

Sloan Struble, pka Dayglow, is an artist and producer from Fort Worth, Texas. He dropped a bright new song called “Close To You.” It’s melancholy, pensive, with a romantic edge. At the same time, it has a warm tone that makes this “happy” enough to want to dance along to.

Sloan says of the new song, “There is just a certain danceable yet melancholy feeling about 80’s pop duets that I wanted to channel into. ‘Close to You’ was intended to be performed as a duet, but ended up essentially being a duet with myself (which makes sense in the context of the lyrics).”

He continues, “The song itself is about the tension between two people at a party that never said hello. It’s about the excitement and perfect fantasy you play in your head prior to seeing that person, the mediocre and nervous reality of the actual moment you see them, and the let down that always comes afterwards it not being what had always and only been living in your head.


Ashnikko – Deal With It ft. Kelis

Ashnikko’s Slinger-produced “Deal With It” is full of personality. The crossover Trap sounds gives it a fun bounce and they keep it mostly bright and colorful with the melodic elements used. The attitude and demeanor in her performance is an important part of the writing.

Her DEMIDEVIL EP had physical copies that got sent out earlier than expected, so the project will release ahead of schedule. It is now expected to be released on January 15th.

“Deal With It” features a sample of Kelis’s 1999 track “Caught Out There.” Unfortunately, she does not appear in the music video. Never the less, it’s worth the watch.


BAND-MAID – Manners

BAND-MAID is a Japanese Rock band that originally formed in 2013. In Japan, maid cafés are a subcategory of cosplay restaurants. Band member Kobato Miku, was formerly an employee of one. The band actually uses the maid aesthetic as part of their image.

Their new song, “Manners,” is a single from their seventh studio album Unseen World. This song has a driving pace filled with high energy and you should consider turning it on when you need a boost.


Juice WRLD & Young Thug – BAD BOY

Juice WRLD (RIP) has a posthumous release with Young Thug titled “BAD BOY”, produced by Pi’erre Bourne. The two compare themselves to 1995 comedy Bad Boys’ main cast, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.

The demo version leaked on January 4, 2020. The final has a new verse from Juice WRLD.

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