Weekly Hits: March 4-10, 2019!

Welcome back to Fuzzable, where we are back with another round of Weekly Hits. We have just been thrown into March, so spring is nearly here, and as spring resurfaces, new music begins to thrive. Here, we discuss all of the best new songs!

If you would like to listen to our playlist, you can find it here:

This week, we are probably more than a little predictable. We are of course beginning the playlist with the Jonas Brothers’ comeback single, “Sucker.” This single highlights the brothers’ growth as musicians more than we could have ever hoped it would, and we cannot stop listening to it repeatedly. It is genuinely an amazing track, and if it’s indicative of what to come from these siblings, we are here for this ride.

We also have two songs from Maggie Rogers. One of the current queens of alternative music, Maggie Rogers combines her beautiful voice with brilliant lyrics and music styles to create an ever-interesting atmosphere. Here, we have chosen “The Knife” and “Light On” to showcase this.

Moving forward, we have added “Believe” by Cher. This song stands on its own without needing a description to support it. It’s a classic, and we want to bring it bcak this week.

After Cher, we have “Sweet but Psycho” by Ava Max. It somehow took us forever to hear this song despite its vast social media presence, but now we’re completely hooked and buckled in. Max’s vocals are adictive here.

Finally, the last new song is Benny Blanco, Tainy, Selena Gomez, and J Balvin’s “I Can’t Get Enough.” This track is hypnotizing. The sweet background vocals and beat will keep you entranced as each singer maneuvers in and out of the song.

If the above discussion has enticed you, you can find our playlist here:

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

Written by Preston Smith

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