New Music Roundup: Carly Rae Jepsen, Tove Lo, Alicia Keys, Maroon 5, Bebe Rexha And MoreSeptember 20, 2019
Check out the newest songs and videos born into the world of pop music this week.
Every Friday, we’re inundated with heaps of fresh content from dozens of artists. We put together a roundup of some of the highlights you might have missed. Without further adieu…
Carly Rae Jepsen – “Want You In My Room” (Video)
If Carly Rae Jepsen’s too cute music video for “Want You In My Room” doesn’t put a smile on your face, you’re a monster. In it, the singer struts from one intimate, colorful room to another – only separated by the great outdoors. Watch the Andrew Donoho-direcetd clip below:
Tove Lo – “Sweettalk my Heart” (Video)
Tove Lo’s new album, Sunshine Kitty, is officially out. It features Kylie Minogue, ALMA, Jax Jones, Doja Cat and Mc Zaac. There’s also a music video out for one of the tracks. It’s titled “Sweetalk my Heart,” a sugary sweet love song with an equally artistic video. In it, Tove Lo dances alone in search for her deeper self. Watch below:
Alicia Keys & Migel – “Show Me Love” (Visual Sonic Experience)
Watch Alicia Keys and Miguel serenade you under a blanket of rain. In the slow-mo clip, co-starring Michael B. Jordan, Zoe Saldana and Marco Perego Saldana, Keys and Miguel gravitate towards each other while fighting the elements inside.
Maroon 5 – “Memories” (Song)
This weekend, I want you to get drunk at a crowded bar with your childhood friends and play Maroon 5’s low-key new song, “Memories.”
Bebe Rexha – “You Can’t Stop The Girl” (Song)
Bebe Rexha’s new song, “You Can’t Stop The Girl,” is a female-empowerment anthem from the forthcoming Maleficent sequel.
Hailee Steinfeld – “Afterlife” (Song)
Speaking of soundtracks, Hailee Steinfeld offers up a dark-pop song titled “Afterlife” from the Apple TV series, Dickinson. “This record has become one of my favorite songs I’ve worked on and sonically, it’s indicative of the direction I’m exploring with my new music,” Steinfeld said of the song. “There’s a line in the song that says ‘immortality is bliss’ and it’s reminiscent of a lot of Emily’s poems.”