HITS Daily Double


Quality Control/Motown/Capitol's Offset sees two of his songs—"Clout" f/Cardi B and "Legacy" f/Travis Scott & 21 Savage—land in this week's edition of Spotify's New Music Friday, in tandem with the release of his solo debut, Father Of 4.

Lil Pump kicks off the set with his Lil Wayne collab, "Be Like Me" (Warner Bros.). P!nk's midweek release, "Walk Me Home" (RCA), and Lele Pons & Fuego's "Bloqueo" (10:22pm) round out the top three.

Other highlights include Maren Morris' "The Bones" (Columbia Nashville), Tyla Yaweh's "High Right Now" (Epic), John Mayer's "I Guess I Just Feel Like" (Columbia), Tom Walker's "Not Giving In" (Epic), bülow's "Sweet Little Lies" (Wax/Republic), Digital Farm Animals f/Danny Ocean's "Lookin' For" (Arista), James TW's "Suitcase" (Island), Badflower's "We're In Love" (Big Machine/John Varvatos), Judah & The Lion f/Kacey Musgraves' "pictures" (Caroline/Cletus The Van), James Bay f/Julia Michaels' "Peer Pressure" (Republic), Blueface f/YG & Cardi B's "Thotiana [Remix]" (5th Amendment/eOne), Eric Bellinger f/Chris Brown & OG Parker's "Type a Way" (YFS/EMPIRE), Eminem f/Sway & King Tech's "Get You Mad" (Aftermath/Interscope), Dounia's "ROYAL" (EMPIRE), Weezer's "High as a Kite" (Crush Music/Atlantic), Luke Christopher's "WALKIN' HOME" (ByStorm/RCA), Freddie Gibbs & Madlib's "Flat Tummy Tea" (Keep Cool/RCA), Lauren Daigle's "Don't Dream It's Over - Spotify Single" (Centricity/12Tone), Gary Clark Jr.'s "Low Down Rolling Stone" (Warner Bros.), Diplo & IAMDDB's "Mira Mira" (Mad Decent/Because), Higher Brothers f/ScHoolboy Q's "Won't Believe" (88rising/12Tone), Ingrid Andress' "Lady Like" (Warner Music Nashville), Adam Lambert's "Feel Something" (More is More/EMPIRE), Stanaj's "Sweat (When I Think About You)" (Lava/Republic), Timeflies' "First Time" (AWAL), Grace VanderWaal's "Stray" (SYCO/Columbia), Doja Cat f/Rico Nasty's "Tia Tamera" (Kemosabe/RCA), Kevin Garrett's "Don't Rush" (AWAL), DJ Megan Ryte f/Joey Bada$$, Yung Bleu & Arin Ray's "Unsure" (Rule #1/Interscope), Brianna Mazzola's "How Much" (HITCO) and Tucker Beathard's "Better Than Me" (Warner Music Nashville).