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Saweetie and Doja Cat Partner Up on “Best Friends”

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After an unauthorized premature release of the single last month, Saweetie returns with the official video of her brand new single, “Best Friends” featuring Doja Cat.

Directed by Dave Meyers, Saweetie and Doja Cat take on a Thelma & Louise mantra, cruising through the streets in complementary outfits, hitting the strip club, laying down by the pool, shopping, and more. “Best Friends” serves as a follow up to Saweetie’s “Back to the Streets” single with Jhene Aiko and remix to “Tap In” featuring DaBaby, Post Malone, and Jack Harlow.

The following singles are expected to be featured on Saweetie’s debut album,  Pretty B*tch Music.

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Stream SZA’s Viral Tik Tok Record ‘I Hate U’

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Over the last few weeks, SZA‘s “I Hate U” has been doing numbers on TikTok. After seeing the response to the snippet, Top Dawg Entertainment’s first lady has decided to release the record in full onto streaming platforms.

The record serves as a follow-up to SZA’s September release, “The Anonymous Ones.”

Stream “I Hate U” below.

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Brent Faiyaz Releases New Track ‘Mercedes’

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As the world awaits the release of his forthcoming album, Wasteland, Brent Faiyaz returns with his latest offering, “Mercedes.” Produced by his comrade Atu of Sonder, the Maryland native is stuck in yet another toxic cycle of women only wanting him for things he has versus his personality.

With Wasteland on the way, Faiyaz has held fans down with collaborations throughout the year, teaming up with Drake on “Wasting Time,” Tyler, the Creator on “Gravity,” the latest version of Baby Keem‘s “Lost Souls,” Meek Mill on the Expensive Pain track “Halo,” and Tems on “Found.”

Stream “Mercedes” below.

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Ariana Grande & Kid Cudi – Just Look Up

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With the Netflix film Don’t Look Up debut in selecting theaters December 10, Ariana Grande & Kid Cudi team up on the film’s leading single, “Just Look Up.” The movie which stars Grande and Cudi also features Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Timothée Chalamet, and Jonah Hill.

Don’t Look Up will be available to stream on Netflix on Christmas Eve.

Stream “Just Look Up” above.

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