This Week's Best New Music, Including Jonas Brothers, Eminem And Halsey

17 January 2020, 08:56 | Updated: 17 January 2020, 09:01

Jonas Brother and Halsey have new music out today
Jonas Brother and Halsey have new music out today. Picture: Jonas Brothers/Halsey

The Jonas Brothers' brand new single 'What A Man Gotta Do' and more have all been released today.

The likes of Louis Tomlinson, BTS and Cardi B are all set to release albums in 2020, so that can only mean one thing - brand new music.

Check out all of the latest releases from your favourite artists every Friday...

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Friday, 17 January 2020

  1. Jonas Brothers - 'What A Man Gotta Do'

    What A Man Gotta Do - Jonas Brothers
    What A Man Gotta Do - Jonas Brothers. Picture: Jonas Brothers

    This is the first single Nick, Kevin and Joe have released in 2020! The music video pays homage to some of the most iconic 80s movies ever made and even features the boy's wives' Sophie Turner, Priyanka Chopra and Danielle Jonas.

    WATCH: The Jonas Brothers Cover Shawn Mendes & Miley Cyrus In 'Finish The Lyric'

  2. Halsey - 'Still Learning'

    Halsey's 'Still Learning' on 'Manic'
    Halsey's 'Still Learning' on 'Manic'. Picture: Halsey/iTunes

    Although not necessarily a single, we couldn't help but point out another Halsey song in the space of two consecutive weeks. 'Still Learning' was actually co-written by none other than Ed Sheeran and there's no doubt you can hear his songwriting influence in this album track.

    One fan wrote on Twitter, "ok but 'Still Learning' was the pleasant surprise i didn’t know I was looking for, I needed this."

    The Best Memes & Reactions To Halsey's 'You Should Be Sad' Music Video

  3. Eminem feat. Ed Sheeran - 'Those Kinda Nights'

    Eminem feat. Ed Sheeran - 'Those Kinda Nights'
    Eminem feat. Ed Sheeran - 'Those Kinda Nights'. Picture: Eminem

    Whether you love him or hate him, Eminem's music is always a huge talking point when he drops an album. And guess what... he's done exactly that. Slim Shady was called out for his controversial lyrics referring to the Manchester bombings and Ariana Grande.

    One song you need to check out from the new album 'Music To Be Murdered By' is of course Eminem's new Ed Sheeran collaboration 'Those Kinda Nights'.

Friday, 10 January 2020

  1. 'Rare' - Selena Gomez

    'Rare' - Selena Gomez
    'Rare' - Selena Gomez. Picture: iTunes

    'Rare' is the third single from Selena Gomez's highly anticipated third solo studio album of the same name, following 'Lose You To Love Me' and 'Look At Her Now'.

    Fans praised Selena for her honest, real lyrics such as "And I bet there is sombody else out there, to tell me I'm rare."

  2. 'Life is Good' - Future feat. Drake

    'Life Is Good' - Future feat. Drake
    'Life Is Good' - Future feat. Drake. Picture: iTunes

    Having teamed up several times in the past - even dropping their mixtape 'What A Time To Be Alive' in 2015 - Drake and Future collaborated again on their new single 'Life Is Good'.

    The music video sees the pair work as chefs, IT workers and mechanics, as the likes of Lil Yachty and 21 Savage make appearances.

  3. 'You should be sad' - Halsey

    'You should be sad' - Halsey
    'You should be sad' - Halsey. Picture: iTunes

    "No, you're not half the man you think that you are," sings Halsey, as she destroys a troublesome ex in her new song, 'You should be sad'.

    This is the latest single from her upcoming album, 'Manic', which will see Halsey collaborate with the likes of BTS' Suga and Dominic Fike.

  4. 'Good News' - Mac Miller

    'Good News' - Mac Miller
    'Good News' - Mac Miller. Picture: iTunes

    Mac Miller's family have released one of his previously unheard tunes, 'Good News' as well as details of his posthumous album, 'Circles'.

    Many of his followers felt emotional after hearing the song, with some even claiming that it sounded like he'd written his own eulogy.

  5. 'Diamonds' - Megan Thee Stallion & Normani

    'Diamonds' - Megan Thee Stallion & Normani
    'Diamonds' - Megan Thee Stallion & Normani. Picture: iTunes

    Last year saw Megan Thee Stallion and Normani tease their fans with news that they could be collaborating. Thanks to Margot Robbie's upcoming superhero flick, Birds of Prey, they finally have.

    Halsey and Normani's former Fifth Harmony bandmate, Lauren Jauregui, also make appearances on the film's soundtrack.

  6. 'Eleven' - Khalid

    'Eleven' - Khalid
    'Eleven' - Khalid. Picture: iTunes

    Whilst we eagerly await for Khalid to name his second album, he has been sprinkling singles from it throughout the year, including his latest, 'Eleven'.

    Throughout the tune, Khalid serenades his crush with lyrics such as "Late at night, eleven, we're cruisin'. Lately, I've been watchin' your movements."

Friday, 2 January 2020

  1. 'Yummy' - Justin Bieber

    'Yummy' - Justin Bieber
    'Yummy' - Justin Bieber. Picture: iTunes

    Justin Bieber is set to make 2020 his. He is rumoured to be touring, releasing an album and airing a documentary, Justin Bieber: Seasons, all within the next 12 months.

    And he kicked off the new decade with his love letter to his wife, Hailey Bieber, 'Yummy', which has proven a hit with fans... Even if his distorted chin in the music video freaked them out.

  2. 'Changes' - Lauv

    'Changes' - Lauv
    'Changes' - Lauv. Picture: iTunes

    Ahead of his album, '~how i’m feeling~', being released on 6 March, Lauv has ripped up the rulebook with his new song, 'Changes'.

    Lauv gets real about starting again, after he apparently wrote the song during a period where he wasn't quite content with who he was.

  3. 'On Somebody' - Ava Max

    'On Somebody' - Ava Max
    'On Somebody' - Ava Max. Picture: iTunes

    Ava Max has proven she was one of the year's biggest pop stars with the likes of 'So Am I' and 'Torn', and she doesn't expect that to change coming in to 2020.

    "Heartbreak is a motherf*****," brutally sings Ava Max at the very beginning of her hit, 'On Somebody'.

  4. 'Wrong Direction' - Hailee Steinfeld

    'Wrong Direction' - Hailee Steinfeld
    'Wrong Direction' - Hailee Steinfeld. Picture: iTunes

    Fans were left speculating every hidden meaning and reference in Hailee Steinfeld's 'Wrong Direction', after they believe she was addressing her relationship with One Direction's Niall Horan.

    Whilst she is yet to confirm or deny the inspiration behind the track, she did post a cryptic snap on Instagram, stating she was "thankful for all the lessons, the love, the heartbreak".

  5. 'Chills' - Why Don't We

    'Chills' - Why Don't We
    'Chills' - Why Don't We. Picture: iTunes

    Why Don't We ended the decade pretty impressively, with their twelfth song of the year.

    'Chills' was penned the group, as well as Maroon 5's Michael Pollack and Lauv.