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It's that time of the week again, #NewMusicFriday is back, and there are a few gems hidden amongst this week's new releases that are worth adding to your workout playlist!
The South Korean girl group BLACKPINK kick off this week's releases with their new album BLACKPINK IN YOUR AREA. The girls are the highest charting K-pop band hitting the 55 ranking on the Billboard Hot 100 with the track Ddu-Du Ddu-Du.
BLACKPINK also had a successful collaboration with Dua Lipa titled Kiss And Make Up which also broke into the Billboard 100. The latest album from BLACKPINK is the perfect tempo for hitting the treadmill or jumping on the stepper. Listen to the album below.
If you love listening to hip-hop during your workouts, the Hilltop Hoods should be the go-to rap trio; however, the Aussie hip-hop group have slipped under the net of late. They're now back with an upbeat banger that will have your head bopping and the weights moving in no time. Listen to Leave Me Lonely by the Hilltop Hoods below.
If you love raw, cutthroat, lyrical realness in your rap music, then the heavy beats from Slowthai are worth a listen. The UK based rapper delivers a unique approach to rap, and his latest track Doorman is no different. Blast Slowthai on the speakers and down that pre-workout, for a sure fire way to an epic lifting session. Give his new track a listen below.
Need something chill for that post-workout ride home? Anthony Russo has us covered, blessing us with two new tracks this week, with chilled vibes and catchy lyrics; the LA-based artist is a must-listen during your downtime. Check out It's a Risk and Kings & Queens below.