Weekly Hits: September 17! (Spotify link included!)

It’s a new week, which means it’s time for an updated weekly hits playlist from us at Fuzzable. This week, we’ve removed some songs and added 10 new ones. These new tracks are refreshing and keep the playlist and fun and up-to-date. The playlist can be found here:

For a sneak peek at what’s new in this week’s weekly hits playlist before you listen, we’ve got you covered. New this week is our first ever KPOP song: “Red Flavor” by Red Velvet. This song is infectiously poppy, and the girls’ voices shine brilliantly.

Other newcomers include Fifth Harmony’s “Down,” which we feel never got the spotlight it deserved upon the release of the group’s last album, and “I Don’t Change” by K.I.D from the Sierra Burgess Is a Loser soundtrack. This track is for all of the hopeless romantics out there who feel consumed by their emotions.

Nicki Minaj returns this week with “Sir” featuring Future. This song is a standout from her latest album, Queen, and we cannot get enough of it. Gwen Stefani returns this week with “Used to Love You” and “Misery” from her 2016 album This is What the Truth Feels Like. We’re not sure why, but we’ve been completely obsessed with the album as of late.

Banks and Florence and the Machine debut on our list this week with their respective songs “F**k with Myself” and “Hunger.” Finally, the last two additions to this week’s update are “Ashes” by Celine Dion from the Deadpool 2 soundtrack and “Knees” by Bebe Rexha. “Ashes” is both beautifully done and comedic when thought about in the film’s context, and “Knees” is a truly stellar track from Bebe’s debut album Expectations.

Again, if you’re interested in listening to the playlist, you can find it here:

Do any of these songs stick out to you? What are your favorites? Comment below and tweet us @Fuzzable with all of your music-related opinions and thoughts!

Written by Preston Smith

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