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Now that new music comes out every Friday – though not always on every streaming service – it can be hard to know where to find the next great song.
To help you out, Business Insider compiles this rundown of the best new music you can stream right now.
This week, Kendrick Lamar collaborated with his labelmate Isaiah Rashad for an album track, and Bon Iver debuted a stunning and cryptic new single.
Check out this week’s best new songs:
Bon Iver — “33 ‘GOD'”
Lyrically cryptic and instrumentally captivating, “33 ‘GOD'” is one of Bon Iver’s most experimental and striking songs to date.
James Blake — ‘Timeless’ (feat. Vince Staples)
English producer-singer James Blake snagged an incredible verse from rapper Vince Staples on this new reworking of the song “Timeless” from his critically acclaimed album “The Colour in Anything,” which came out in May.
Angel Olsen — ‘Never Be Mine’
Where Angel Olsen’s previous music was largely inspired by folk greats like Joni Mitchell, the 29-year-old singer-songwriter’s latest album, “My Woman,” blends a variety of influences.
The album’s standout track, “Never Be Mine,” successfully emulates Phil Spector’s “Wall of Sound” approach to production.
James Vincent McMorrow — ‘Rising Water’
Far from his folk roots, Irish singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow takes on traditional pop music on his impressive new album, “We Move.”
The fantastic opening track, “Rising Water,” features a Prince-inspired blend of synth and guitar.
Isaiah Rashad — ‘Wat’s Wrong’ (feat. Kendrick Lamar and Zacari)
In his first collaboration with his TDE labelmate Kendrick Lamar, rapper Isaiah Rashad puts in two sharp verses over a smooth soul-sample beat.
Kendrick’s verse steals the show, however, with humorous lines like, “Might stay in the Trump Tower for one week / Spray-paint all the walls and smoke weed.”