We start the week with an unreleased track by Travis Scott and Gucci Mane; with an R&B download by the British Mahalia and with an entertaining clip by rapper Giggs . Also, TR/ST premiere their most recent video; Bad Bunny and Diplo go to a fake beach in the 200 MPH clip , and teams up with Goss on the Northern Lights track. Let’s get started!

1. Travis Scott + Gucci Mane, Murder

On the weekend’s episode of The Weeknd ‘s radio show on Beats 1 , called Memento Mori , fans of the artist had the opportunity to listen to a good drop of new music with tracks from Lil Wayne, 21 Savage, Offset, Lil Uzi Vert, Gunna and Metro Boomin , but the most prominent was a previously unreleased Travis Scott and Gucci Mane collaboration called Murda. Listen to it above.

2. Mahalia, Grateful

British vocalist Mahalia returns with Grateful , a beautiful ode to love and transparency. In the song, the singer asks her lover to be real about her feelings towards her. And though she’s ready for love, the singer wants her to know there’s no pressure. This new version follows Mahalia’s most recent EP, Seasons .

3. Giggs, Baby

Austin Powers and Giggs are proof that British icons come in all shapes and sizes. The latter pays homage to the former in his new video Baby , a fun and bold homage to Mike Myers’ character, with intense rapping and visuals that take us back to ’60s London.

4. TR/ST, Gone

After premiering the first part of their project The Destroyer a few days ago , the TR/ST group led by Robert Alfons comes out today with a new video: Gone , directed by Jordan Hemingway , who creates a collage of images that provoke claustrophobia and fear , but without a doubt very attractive visually.

5. Bad Bunny + Diplo, 200 MPH

With a green screen to play with chroma key effects , Diplo and Bad Bunny yesterday released the video of their collaboration 200 MPH , where we see them on a fake beach with many props and surrounded by girls, and with buttocks that serve as air mattress for the Puerto Rican, who, as in the song’s lyrics, rides a jet ski in the air.

6. MØ + Goss, Northern Lights

The new theme of this Danish singer is a collaboration with her compatriot, the vocalist and producer Goss , with whom today she brings a new song called Northern Lights, which is part of the soundtrack of an animated Finnish-British television series called  Moominvalley ,  with beautiful string arrangements. Listen to it above.

7. Future, F&N

Korn ‘s 1998 music video Freak on A Leash was a headlining event for the nü-metal band, and its influence can be felt decades later in the Future F&N clip, where we see a bunch of bullets floating around in an environment. futuristic under the direction of Collin Tilley, who takes the rapper to different settings, including a hospital room and a trap house with neon stripes.

8. Lily Allen + Popcaan, What You Waiting For (Remix)

Lily Allen today dropped a new remix of her song What You Waiting For? one of the highlights of last year’s album No Shame . This time the Jamaican MC Popcaan adds some bars to the cut with dancehall taste, under the production of DRE Skull.

9. Jackie Mendoza, LuvHz

Born and raised on the border between Chula Vista, California and Tijuana, Mexico, Jackie Mendoza absorbed the sounds of Latin American music and percussion, and combined it with her love of pop, techno and dreamy reggaeton to create electronic music. that celebrates the beauty of being a queer, Mexican-American, and border-raised woman: her debut EP LuvHz is just that: a celebration of her artistic and personal freedom, with a collection of stories sung in English and Spanish about love , loss, longing and the search for solace in art.

10. Polimá West Coast + Young Cister, Magazine (Spanish G-Mix)

The collaborations between Polimá West Coast and Young Cister continue to fall like raindrops: recently they shared a Spanish version of Post Malone ‘s single Wow , and now they come with Magazine, their own remix of  Ronny ‘s Doesn’t Matter track. J, which on this occasion was produced by Elambidieztro .

11. The Rhythm Method, Sex & The Suburbs

London duo The Rhythm Method return today with new single Sex & The Suburbs , a nostalgic musical journey about being 17 again and riding around in the back of a bus. It is also the first track on her upcoming debut album How Would You Know I Was Lonely? , which launches on June 21.

12. NIKI, Lowkey

Asian label/producer 88rising ‘s next star is NIKI , once called the “new face of Indonesian R&B”. Today, the artist dropped a new single called lowkey, taken from her upcoming EP, where she collaborates with producer Z3N. Take a look at the clip above, and keep an eye out for NIKI’s new EP, coming out in May.

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