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Saweetie's "Don't Say Nothin" & 9 Other New Songs Out This Week

Soundcheck

Every week, we bring you #SOUNDCHECK — your destination for the best new music that hit the web over the course of the week. Because you should always be prepared when someone passes you that AUX cord. This week's roundup features 10 of our favorite emerging and established artists.

“Don’t Say Nothin” - Saweetie

Saweetie has fielded her share of rumors since her split with Quavo, but she shuts the chatter down on the snarky “Don’t Say Nothin.” (YouTube)

“Twin Flame” - Weyes Blood

Weyes Blood serenades her “Twin Flame” on this song which combines her grandiose sensibilities with a quirky electronic beat. (YouTube)

“Do you miss me?” - PinkPantheress

Another racing breakbeat hitter from PinkPantheress, who clearly can’t make a bad song. (YouTube)

FEEL GHOOD MUSIC

“나쁜년 (BIBI Vengeance)” - Bibi

Rising alt Korean singer Bibi wrote all the songs on her debut album, Lowlife Princess: Noir, which finds a maximalist, edgy take on reggaeton. (YouTube)

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“Brockhampton” - Brockhampton

Kevin Abstract delivers a touching and candid final goodbye from Brockhampton: “This next chapter is everything that we want it to be/ The show's over, get out your seats.”

“spend the money” - Fousheé ft. Lil Uzi Vert

Fousheé’s punk-lite palette may be an unexpected place to hear an Uzi feature, but his verse sounds right at home amid her pretty reverbs. (YouTube)

“Carnage” - Jazmin Bean ft. Lucy Loone

If Harley Quinn was to blast one song while causing destruction, we’d imagine Jazmin Bean’s dark and lovely “Carnage” would be it. (YouTube)

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“My Blood Runs Through This Land” - Black Belt Eagle Scout

Black Belt Eagle Scout’s touching ode to her ancestors and this sacred land is also an absolute tear of punk rock. (YouTube)

“Letter To Takeoff” - Gucci Mane

Gucci Mane’s tribute to the late Migos rapper is unexpectedly emotional while also being frank about the problems facing young male rappers today. (YouTube)

“Hurt Your Head” - Subsonic Eye

Subsonic Eye is a five-piece band from Singapore making invigorating pop-rock that merges Malay with English, and familiarity with fresh perspective. (YouTube)