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Tinashe reunited with Future for a new single titled “Faded Love”, which she just dropped today. The two previously linked up for “How Many Times,“ one of Tinashe’s favorite tracks off her 2014 debut ‘Aquarius.’ “Faded Love” is the latest single to be shared from her forthcoming album ‘Joyride,’ following last month’s release of “No Drama” featuring Offset.

Born as Blake Sandoval, Yung Pinch started to gain momentum on SoundCloud after sharing his 2016 mixtape ‘714Ever.’ The Huntington Beach, California, rapper stood out for his melodic raps and catchy sung choruses, which was exemplified on the project’s breakout track “When I Was Yung.” One the song Pinch reflects on high school memories and nostalgia, creating a relatable narrative for fans and a video that reached over seven million views on YouTube.

Tinashe released her debut ‘Aquarius’ back in 2014, and since then her anticipated sophomore album ‘Joyride ‘has seen a number of delays. But she’s not here for all the flak that comes with an overdue album, and addresses critics on her gritty new single “No Drama.” Teaming up with Migos‘ Offset, the California singer expresses frustration and pressure she’s felt to conform to one genre.

California native Raven Felix began putting out songs and videos (such as “Work, Drink, Fuck, Sleep”) when she was 17, exposing her to internet trolls and criticism that comes with an online presence. For her 2017 track “Bet They Know Now,” the Taylor Gang member linked up with Wiz Khalifa for a motivational anthem that addresses skeptics head on.


2017: The Year In Lyrics

Each day, millions of music fans come to Genius to read lyrics and learn about their favorite artists—our Top Songs Chart reflects what the world is listening to all day, every day. With over one billion pageviews in 2017, Genius data tracks the artists, songs, and projects that music lovers cared about the most this year.

Ty Dolla $ign’s new album ‘Beach House 3’ dropped back in October featuring the Jeremih-assisted single “Dawsin’s Breek.” The song, which Ty co-produced alongside Pluss and Mike WiLL Made-It, takes its name from the classic ‘90s TV show Dawson’s Creek, which Ty explained he had to alter to avoid a lawsuit.

O.T. Genasis continues to quietly pump out hits. After scoring big songs with “Coco” and “Cut It” over the past few years the Belize-born rapper has another buzzing track with “Everybody Mad.” He dropped the song back in October, and it has already earned 1.5 million Spotify streams and another 5 million views on YouTube.

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