Hot New Songs of April 2017


Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee- Despacito [Remix] (feat. Justin Bieber)

Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee released this hot song, which now has 1 billion views on Youtube, earlier this year. The “Sorry” singer remixed the Spanish song this month. He first starts singing in English, and shows off his Spanish singing skills in the songs catchy chorus.

Kendrick Lamar- HUMBLE

The 29-year-old American rapper released his new album earlier this month and he shocked the world with his incredible songs, inlcuding “HUMBLE.”

Shawn Mendes- There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back

The 18-year-old “Treat You Better” singer released this fiesty new single as a part of the deluxe edition of his album “Illuminate.” This song has little more edge with some strong electric guitar and strained vocals on the chorus.

DNCE- Kissing Strangers (feat. Nicki Minaj)

The crazy pop band released their disco-infused track “Kissing Strangers” this month and it features the vocals of the Queen of Rap, Nicki Minaj.

Harry Styles- Sign of the Times

This is the One Direction band member’s debut solo single, which is a slow paced pop-rock track. His solo album will debut on May 12 and will consist of 10 songs.

Martin Garrix & Brooks- Byte

Dutch DJs Martin Garrix and Brooks collaborated on this big house track earlier this month.

Alessia Cara- The Other Side

The 20-year-old Canadian musician released this beautiful song from the soundtrack of the Netflix show “The Get Down.”

Charlie Puth- Attention

This is the first single off the American singer’s second studio album after “Nine Track Mind.”

Lady Gaga- The Cure

The Party Monster debuted this feel-good anthem about unconditional love for someone during her performance at Coachella this year.

Cheat Codes- No Promises (feat. Demi Lovato)

Demi Lovato shows off her power vocals in her new collaboration with DJ trio Cheat Codes. The song has a fun build, catchy hook, romantic theme, and hand claps; which may make it the perfect summer smash.

The Fate of the Furious: The Soundtrack

The soundtrack for the 8th installment of “The Fast and the Furious” franchise is filled with many familiar voices including Kehlani, G-Eazy, Wiz Khalifa, Pitbull, Camila Cabello, J Balvin, Ty Dolla $ign, 2 Chaiz, Young Thug, Migos, PnB Rock, Kevin Gates, Post Malone, Jeremih, Sage the Gemini, and Lil Yachty.


Linkin Park- Good Goodbye (feat. Pusha T & Stormzy)

“Good Goodbye” is the third single from Linkin Park’s sixth album “One More Light,” which will be released in May.

The Chainsmokers- My Type (feat. Emily Warren)

This song was released from The Chainsmokers’ debut album. “Memories…Do Not Open,” which was released earlier this month.

Halsey- Now or Never 

Halsey was inspired by Rihanna to create this catchy track for her forthcoming album, “hopeless fountain kingdom.”

DJ Khaled- I’m the One (feat. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper, & Lil Wayne)

The American producer and rapper teased this collaboration on social media several times before its release later this month. 

Katy Perry- Bon Appetit (feat. Migos)

This is the second single off the American singer’s upcoming fourth studio album. The track features hip hop group Migos.

Kygo & Ellie Goulding- First Time

“First Time” is a nostalgic track reminiscing young love. The Norwegian DJ collaborated with the English singer on this catchy song.

Cashmere Cat- Quit (feat. Ariana Grande)

This is the third collaboration between Norwegian producer Cashmere Cat and the “Side to Side” singer. 

OneRepublic- No Vacancy

“No Vacancy” is a song with summer vibes about being completed and uplifted by a new person in the singer’s life. The song was released after the band took a 4 month break.



Hailee Steinfeld- Most Girls

The “Pitch Perfect 2” actress and “Starving” singer released this female power anthem. It celebrates all kinds of girls.



Lana Del Rey- Lust For Life (feat. The Weeknd)

This is the title track from the American singer’s fifth studio album. It captures the singers’ essence of their will to live.





By Sarah El Sharkawi 


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