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47 New Songs You Need In Your Life This Month

The best new rap, R&B, country, and pop for April, in no particular order.

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1. Phoebe Ryan's sugary sweet love song for stoners, "Chronic."

2. Bi-coastal pop-rockers LANY's lonely "Where The Hell Are My Real Friends."

3. Gwen Stefani's propulsive, pleading "Misery."

4. Ex-One Directioner Zayn's house party-friendly "Like I Would."

5. Blake Shelton's angsty bar ballad "Came Here To Forget."

6. Domo Genesis' lush, funky "Dapper (ft. Anderson .Paak)."

7. New York-born, Berlin-based singer-songwriter Sara Hartman's weightless "Two Feet Off The Ground."

8. Rihanna's Prince-esque sex jam, "Kiss It Better."

9. Singer-songwriter Frances' achingly fragile "Don't Worry About Me."

10. Teen sensation Birdy's triumphant "Wild Horses."

11. Daye Jack's bouncy, upbeat "Finish Line"

12. Philadelphia-born rapper Tunji Ige's woozy "War."

13. Baauer's booming, textured "Temple (ft. G-Dragon & M.I.A.)."

14. Adam Lambert's dramatic, slow-burning power ballad, "Welcome To The Show (ft. Laleh)."

15. Pop star-on-the verge Bebe Rexha's laidback ode to the club, "No Broken Hearts (ft. Nicki Minaj)."

16. DJ Snake's overcast "Middle (ft. Bipolar Sunshine)."

17. Bat For Lashes' sinister, synth-heavy "In God's House."

18. Indie pop singer Femme's joyful, understated "Light Me Up."

19. Tinie Tempah's buoyant, "Truffle Butter"-esque "Girls Like (ft. Zara Larsson)."

20. Mura Masa's bright, crystalline "What If I Go?."

21. Nick Jonas' slurry, sensual "Close (ft. Tove Lo)."

22. SoundCloud sensation Kiiara's glittery, glitched-out "Intention."

23. Fifth Harmony's glamthem "The Life."

24. Meghan Trainor's '00s throwback "No."

25. A$AP Ferg's hard-hitting "Let It Bang (ft. Schoolboy Q)."

26. Country singer Sturgill Simpson's vaguely psychedelic "In Bloom."

27. Rae Sremmurd's loopy, delightful "Over Here (ft. Bobo Swae)."

28. Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro's swirling "Wolves Of Winter."

29. Fitz And The Tantrums' neon-hued"HandClap."

30. Pop queen Ariana Grande's confident, chilled-out "Be Alright."

31. DJ Kygo's restrained, moody "Fragile."

32. Alex Newell's soulful, disco-inflected "B.O.Y. (Basically Over You)."

33. Synth-pop artist Empress Of's intoxicating "Woman Is A Word."

34. Marian Hill's glitchy, sophisticated "Down."

35. Kendrick Lamar sprawling, masterful To Pimp A Butterfly outtake "untitled 02."

36. Zeds Dead's fresh, club-friendly collab with rapper Freddie Gibbs, "Back Home."

37. Gallant's shimmery slow jam "Bourbon."

38. Danish soul-pop group Lukas Graham's broken-home anthem "You're Not There."

39. Corinne Bailey Rae's buzzing, sensual"Green Aphrodisiac."

40. Country-pop singer Jana Kramer's sass-filled, Swiftian "Said No One Ever."

41. Big Wild's jangly "Aftergold (ft. Tove Styrke)."

42. Folk-rock band The Lumineers' fuzzed-out "Cleopatra."

43. Carrie Underwood's ominous barn-burner "Church Bells."

44. Country-pop upstart Kelsea Ballerini's heartbroken "Peter Pan."

45. London-based collective WSTRN's dancefloor-ready "Come Down."

46. Kanye West's absolutely 🔥 🔥 🔥 "Famous."

47. Ji Nilsson's calm, cool, collected "Nothing."

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