Weekly Hits: March 18-24, 2019!

Welcome back to Fuzzable, where we have gathered our weekly hits as another week begins! This week, we cleared out some songs from 2018 that had been lingering throughout the playlist and added a handful of new songs that we know you are going to love.

If you are interested in checking out our playlist, you can find it here:

Opening this week’s playlist is Daya’s “Insomnia,” which we first raved about last week. It dazzles in a way that makes us realize just how much we have missed Daya since her “Sit Still, Look Pretty” went big. Next, we have Iggy Azalea’s triumphant return with “Sally Walker.” Produced by the same man as Cardi B’s “Money,” this track will have you feeling yourself all week long.

Though Charli XCX hasn’t personally released music recently, she has been hard at work helping new band Nasty Cherry make it in the industry. Their debut single, “Win,” has classic Charli XCX flair while boasting their own unique sound, and based on this single alone, we can see Nasty Cherry making vibrant waves in the alt-pop scene.

LSD (Labrinth, Sia, Diplo) has also returned this week with their new single “No New Friends.” With this track, LSD continues to prove that there is no limit to the sounds they can produce and develop. Oh, and it’s worth noting that the trio’s debut album as a group is slated for an April release, so keep your eyes peeled!

Finally, we’ve saved an absolute treat for last. Sofia Reyes, Rita Ora, and Anitta have collaborated to bring forth a track that will no doubt have us dancing through the summer. “R.I.P.” fuses Spanish and English over a deliciously deadly beat, with all three of the singers’ voices hypnotically singing over it.

Again, if you would like to check out our weekly hits playlist, you can find it here:

What are your favorite songs this week? Comment below and tweet us @Fuzzable with all of your music-related love and opinions!

Written by Preston Smith

capricorn, coffee addict, cat owner

twitter & instagram: @psm_writes

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