Each week The FADER staff rounds up the songs we can't stop playing. Here they are, in no particular order.
Future, "31 DAYS"
There are many great one-liners in Future's "31 DAYS," but my favorite is: "I fucked her made her pee," which I choose to interpret as Future caring about his partner's urinary tract health!
Meek Mill ft. Swizz Beats, "Millidelphia"
The triumphant "Millidelphia" is a hero's return to his city, one filled with well-deserved braggadocio and chant-worthy "Meek!" adlibs.
Christine and the Queens, "Doesn't matter"
Christine and the Queens's latest starts off rhythmically sturdy, like a stone wall, before finally finding relief at the bridge, blooming like a brilliant release of tension.
Bad Bunny, "Estamos Bien"
Puerto Rico's Bad Bunny flaunts his chest-baring, auto-tuned vocals on the minimally-produced "Estamos Bien," an emotional yet club-ready bop.
Molly Nilsson, "Serious Flowers"
With the vocals manipulated to sound like a distant choir, Molly Nilsson's "Serious Flowers" spreads some serious heavenly and astral vibes.
There are hundreds of things you can do on a treadmill besides running, Atlanta's LightSkinKeisha tells us on her latest turnt-TF-up anthem. Follow her lead to get snatched for life.
Róisín Murphy, "Plaything"
Best listened with lights off and strobes on, Róisín Murphy's "Plaything" shimmers in its late-night disco glory.
Free Cake For Every Creature, "In Your Car"
Free Cake For Every Creature's latest dwells on the small, slow moments of suburban summers: "Windows down in your stopped car / radio picking up the distant city’s station." It is delicate and sweetly unhurried.