All The Songs You Need To Listen To This March!

New cuts from Gwen Stefani, Hailee Steinfeld, and ZAYN, plus that latest heart-destroyer by Adele!

“Make Me Like You” by Gwen Stefani

Perfect for: That new guy who makes your heart go boom-boom 

Gwen’s pretty pop ode to a new love is all kinds of sweet, and it’s made even sweeter by her admission that the song’s about BF Blake Shelton! Fun fact: The quirky pop star made history with the single’s vid, as it is the first-ever music video to be created live, debuting during a commercial break at this year’s Grammys.

“Someone Who Can Dance” by Icona Pop

Perfect for: When you’re itching to have a good time

“I want someone who can dance, not someone I can talk to!” The Swedish electropop duo behind 2012’s “I love It” is back with another beast of a party-starter that’s sure to get you pumped to step out of the house and into da club.

“Pep Rally” by Missy Elliott

Perfect for: Blasting when you’re lazy AF in the morning 

Misdemeanor’s percussion-heavy new single tumbles with enough sports references and chants to get moving—“Are you ready? On your mark! Get set, let's go!”—to haul you off your groggy ass.

“Something New” by Zendaya feat. Chris Brown

Perfect for: Wanting to go all the way with someone

The first single off Zendaya’s upcoming second album is a smooth, seductive jam, thanks in large part to its sampling of TLC’s irresistible R&B classic, “Creep.” (Whadduuup, ‘90s kids?!) 

“Don't Let Me Down” by The Chainsmokers feat. Daya

Perfect for: Getting your chill on 

The American DJ-producer duo behind the 2015 hit “Roses” teamed up with the 17-year-old up-and-comer for their latest track, a cool electropop number with a drop so delicious, you’ll be gyrating like a boss when it hits.

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“Rock Bottom” by Hailee Steinfeld feat. DNCE

Perfect for: A love-hate relationship that’s more love than hate

The “Love Myself” singer teams up with the Joe Jonas-led pop-rock group for a new version of her track about away-bati relationships. “We scream and we shout, and make up the same day,” Hailee sings, reminding you of that boyfriend of yours you’re embroiled in a bitter tampuhan with. Again.

“Somebody Else” by The 1975

Perfect for: That moment when you find out your ex is dating someone new 

The British alt-rockers take a break from their upbeat jams to go senti in remembrance of an ex that has clearly moved on. “I don't want your body, but I hate to think about you with somebody else / Our love has gone cold, you're intertwining your soul with somebody else,” vocalist Matt Healy forlornly coos. Aray. 

“iT's YoU” by ZAYN
Perfect for: Dwelling on resentments at an ex

Somber production and haunting croons mark the latest single from the former 1D lad that laments a partner that has wronged him—which listeners have been speculating is former fiancée Perrie Edwards. 

"Beautiful Lies" by Birdy

Perfect for: Ruminating during your alone time 

“[It’s] about not accepting change, and knowing it has to happen but pretending it won’t,” the British songstress tells Teen Vogue about her latest track, a sparse piano ballad that quiets your mind and draws out the feels.

 “All I Ask” by Adele

Perfect for: The last dying breath of a relationship

Technical issues during Adele’s recent Grammy performance took nothing away from this powerful heart-wrecker, which anyone who has ever had to say goodbye to a lover can relate to. “If this is my last night with you, hold me like I'm more than just a friend,” our girl wails, and we promptly fall apart.

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