What’s Your Favorite New Music Release of the Week? Vote!

It’s Grammy Week, and artists are keeping fans fed with brand new music to enjoy while gearing up for the festivities.

Billy Joel made his grand return after nearly 20 years with the brand new single “Turn the Lights Back On,” and he’ll perform the song live for the first time at Sunday’s (Feb. 4) 2024 Grammy Awards, which will air on CBS at 8 p.m. ET. “Turn the Lights Back On” is Joel’s first pop effort with lyrics since the release of 2007’s Sinatra-like ballad “All My Life,” which he wrote with his then-wife, Katie Lee; the song reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Singles Sales chart and was accompanied by another new song, “Christmas in Fallujah.” Joel’s last album of all-new pop music was 1993’s River of Dreams.

TWICE also celebrated friendship with their fun new single, “I Got You,” which is the follow-up to the nine-member group’s previous English-language singles, “The Feels,” which landed their debut entry on the Billboard Hot 100 (No. 83) and “Moonlight Sunrise” (No. 84).

Before his Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday (Feb. 11), Usher teamed up with Pheelz for “Ruin,” which will appear on his upcoming album new album Coming Home. Over on the country side, Keith Urban unveiled “Straight Line,” which was “born of wanting to break out of routine and feeling like somewhere along the line, life lost some color and excitement,” Keith Urban explains in a press release.

Which of this week’s new music releases is your favorite? Check out our Friday Music Guide here, and let us know by voting below.

What’s Your Favorite New Music Release of the Week?

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