Dean Lewis, Sigrid, Becky G, Ella Mai and More on Heavy Rotation

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Weekly Music Playlist

We listen to a lot of music around the office and we do consider ourselves true pop music fans. These are the songs that Socialite Life currently has on heavy rotation and those we tend to hit the repeat button once they end.

Try and get these songs out of your head. This is our latest Weekly Music Playlist:

1. “7 Minutes” by Dean Lewis.

Singer-songwriter Dean Lewis has unveiled his new single ‘7 Minutes’, the follow-up to his hugely successful 2018 single “Be Alright.” The guitar-heavy song is insanely catchy, as are the chorus and bridge. Well done, sir! Put on repeat!

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2. “Shot Clock” by Ella Mai.

How does one follow up “Boo'd Up” and “Trip?” With another potential smash hit. Men, don't waste Ella's time. You better get with the program. The mid-tempo production on this song is simply sublime.

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3. “Maybe You're the Reason” by The Japanese House.

Are you ready for some chill vibes and a melodic chorus from a song that deals with coming to terms with depression? Then this is a must listen. It is truly a beautiful song.

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4. “LBD” by Becky G.

You're gonna want to take a listen to this banger of a song. The singer ventures into the world of trap with spectacular results in this bilingual sure-fire hit.

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5. “Don’t Feel Like Crying” by Sigrid.

The Norwegian pop star sings about postponing heartbreak on this upbeat tune. The song has the serious potential to become a smash hit. Now, all we need is that album to drop!

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6. “Land of the Free” by The Killers.

The Killers return with a major political statement. The gospel-tinged ballad focuses on President Donald Trump's proposed border wall, along with racism and gun violence. The accompanying video (directed by Spike Lee) makes the song even more poignant.

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7. “7 Rings” by Ariana Grande.

Ariana Grande knows how to turn out the breakup anthems. The song was inspired by an outing with her friends. “My friends took me to Tiffany’s. We had too much champagne. I bought us all rings. It was very insane and funny.” This is how one should channel one's heartbreak.

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