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There’s so much good music this week it’s hard to even know where to begin. But, it’s really just easiest to start with one of our favorite pop sensations, Nick Jonas. After releasing a sultry video with Pretty Little Liars star Shay Mitchell, we really couldn’t get enough of his single “Under You.” In this week’s mix, we also have an anthemic pop gem from Broods, an electropop song from Coco Morier, a soulful serenade from JONES and a gorgeous ballad from Kina Grannis.
Catch up on some of our favorite tracks below.
While Nick Jonas has become a polarizing force as of late, one thing’s for sure: he still knows how to make a great pop song. He’s the Jonas brother to be on the look for, plus the video is super steamy.
Thanks to a co-written track by Queen Lorde herself, it looks like Broods has a hit on their hands. The New Zealand brother-sister duo is back, and their sound is more refined pop than R&B this time around. Let’s hope their whole album sounds as awesome as this song does.
While you may not know Coco Morier’s name yet, that’s soon about to change. She’s been behind the scenes penning tracks for everyone from Britney Spearsto Selena Gomez. Her electropop gem “Dreamer” is beyond catchy thanks to Coco’s angelic voice.
JONES’ ability to mix electro-soul with pop is astounding, and we’re enamored with her latest track, “Melt.” Mixing a little bit of Pharrell with Little Dragon, JONES’ music is the perfect blend of indie-pop and darkness that we’ve been craving.
Kina Grannis always sounds dreamy — especially when she’s singing a Twenty One Pilots cover. It’s sad, dark and layered with so much beauty. It’s impossible not to love this cover.