HITS Daily Double


Kanye West graces the cover of Spotify's New Music Friday. "Follow God" from his late-breaking Jesus Is King (G.O.O.D./Def Jam) kicks off the set, "Use This Gospel" f/Clipse is in the fifth position, and the Chick-Fil-A shoutout "Closed On Sunday" and "On God" were added as well.

Interscope's Selena Gomez has two tracks in the front of the pack: "Lose You To Love Me" is second followed by "Look At Her Now."

Other highlights include Tyga f/YG & Santana's "MAMACITA" (Columbia), Major Lazer f/Khalid's "Trigger from Death Stranding: Timefall" (RCA), Frank Ocean's "DHL" (Blonded), The 1975's "Frail State of Mind" (Dirty Hit/Interscope), Kesha f/Big Freedia's "Raising Hell" (Kemosabe/RCA), Gryffin f/Seven Lions & Noah Kahan's "Need Your Love" (Darkroom/Geffen), Logic f/Dwn2earth's "OCD" (Def Jam), Rex Orange County's "Face to Face" (RCA), XXXTENTACION's "Hearteater" (Bad Vibes Forever/EMPIRE), King Princess' "If You Think it's Love" (Zelig/Columbia), Mumford & Sons' "Blind Leading The Blind" (Glassnote), iann dior f/Gunna's "Strings" (TenThousand), Gracie Abrams' "Mean It" (Interscope), Conan Gray's "Maniac" (Republic), Doja Cat's "Rules" (Kemosabe/RCA), Anitta's "Pantera - from Charlie's Angels" (Republic), Alexander 23's "The Internet" (Interscope), Luke Bryan's "What She Wants Tonight" (Capitol Nashville), Louis Tomlinson's "We Made It" (Arista), Gallant f/6LACK's "Sweet Insomnia" (Mind of a Genius/Warner), Quin Nfn f/NLE Choppa's "Poles" (TenThousand), Lost Kings f/Finn Askew's "Feather" (Disruptor/RCA), Old Dominion"s "Paint the Grass Green" (RCA Nashville), Mura Masa's "No Hope Generation" (Geffen), Queen Naija's "Good Morning Text" (Capitol), Lady Antebellum's "What I'm Leaving For" (Big Machine), Dave East f/Nas' "Godfather 4" (Def Jam/Mass Appeal), EDEN's "Projector" (Astralwerks), DeathbyRomy's "Let Me Fall" (Capitol), Smino's "Trina" (Downtown/Interscope), Aaron Carpenter's "No Control" (Capitol), Anthony Ramos' "Relationship" (Republic), Justin Rarri's "More Than Bestfire" (Interscope), PVRIS' "Old Wounds" (Warner) and Donna Missal's "You Burned Me" (Harvest/Capitol).