Stay Warm All Winter With This Playlist Of New Music

The dark and dreary days of winter are upon us, when the sun goes into hiding and your softest and warmest pajamas start calling your name and insisting you stay in.

The good news is that there are lots of hot releases coming this season to keep your ears warm (er, but maybe throw a plush beanie over your AirPods as well). Winter of 2020 promises to bring us some amazing new projects from major stars, including Halsey, Dua Lipa, Kesha, Kali Uchis, and many more.

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Those names just scratch the surface of artists who are expected to release new music this winter. It's the perfect season to stay in and get introspective with some amazing songs.

Flip through to hear some of the new tracks we're obsessed with and the album drops we can't wait to hear this winter.

Billie Eilish "everything i wanted"



Eilish makes her directorial debut with this video to the slow-burner single from her excellent 2019 album. It serves as an homage to her brother and producer, Finneas.

Rosalía "Juro Que"



This is flamenco for the modern era. Rosalía turns in a heartbreaker of a song about loyalty, love, and Gucci.

Hayley Williams "Simmer"



In her debut solo single, Williams is taking no prisoners as she takes on the idea that women need to shrink themselves.
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Jessie Reyez "Love in the Dark"



Reyez showcases a softer side of herself with this sweet, romantic love song from her forthcoming album.

Missy Elliott "Why I Still Love You"



Missy takes it back to '60s, '70s, and '80s to pay tribute to the women who founded R&B with this saucy track — an ode to a relationship that may not be worth shipping.

Shakira & Anuel AA "Me Gusta"



Ahead of her much-anticipated Super Bowl performance with Jennifer Lopez, Shakira drops a new one that will make those hips shake.

Margo Price "Stone Me"



It's been a minute, but Margo Price is back in time to lift a middle finger to the people who aren't playing women on country radio and stand around telling artists not to be political. She's exactly the voice the movement needs right now.

Jhené Aiko "P*$$y Fairy (OTW)"



Welcome back to Aiko, who returns with some of that good good. If you've forgotten what a new love feels like, when you're sprung all the time and all over each other...she's got your reminder.
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Selena Gomez "Rare"


Ever felt like you needed to shrink yourself to fit into a relationship? Gomez gets you and wrote a song about it that will smash the glass ceiling of your romance.

Halsey "You Should Be Sad"


Halsey's next album will drop on January 17 and if you thought you knew what to expect, hold the phone because she just dropped a country-ish breakup song. We haven't seen anything close to all the things Halsey is capable of yet!

Megan Thee Stallion & Normani "Diamonds"



For their track on the Birds of Prey soundtrack, Megan and Normani give that old "diamonds are a girl's best friend" track one hell of an update.

Brandy Clark "Who You Thought I Was"


One of the biggest talents out of Nashville is returning with a new album in March — and gives us a little taste with the first single.

Summer Walker feat. Usher "Come Thru"


Walker celebrates the season by finally dropping a video for the stand-out track from her 2019 album — with Usher.
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Kehlani feat. Keyshia Cole "All Me"


Finally! Some new music from Kehlani. She teams up with Cole on this R&B banger that will help keep you moving through the cold weather.

Alicia Keys "Underdog"


Keys returns and train her musical vision on the oft unseen members of society, from the people who make daily life function to the down on their luck.

Dua Lipa "Future Nostalgia"



Dua Lipa is taking control on her next record. From production to pushing her boundaries, she is ready for the future.

Kesha feat. Sturgill Simpson, Brian Wilson & Wrabel "Resentment"



Warning: this song will probably make you cry.

Teyana Taylor "We Got Love"



Taylor is taking things in an interesting, and positive new direction with this song — can't wait to hear more from her project.
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Kali Uchis "Solita"



The new track from Uchis is already an obsession — one spin is all it took.

Meghan Trainor "Evil Twin"



Is Trainor taking her inspiration straight from a soap opera? Why not!

Grimes "4ÆM"



When you're ready to hear something completely different, Grimes is still your go-to.

Carly Pearce "It Won’t Always Be Like This"


A romantic, nostalgic track is the second single from Pearce's forthcoming LP.

Ashley McBryde "One Night Standard"


Even a one-night stand needs communication, as McBryde proves in her first new release in a minute.
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