RFTW: Christine and the Queens, Karmento, Katelyn Tarver…

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RFTW: Christine and the Queens, Karmento, Katelyn Tarver…

With the New Year’s Eve hit playlists ready, and half the world on vacation, now is not the time to offer a lot of news in the musical world. However, we compile some like every Friday in “Ready for the Weekend”. As soon as Christine and the Queens offers us a version of the classic ‘Stayin’ Alive’, Bastille joins the new Lost Frequencies and Karmento releases the third single from his album.

Yes, it could be the day to pay attention to lesser-known talents in these parts, such as the soul pop song by Baby Bash with the French Gabriella, the fun urban song by Jordan Boyd (you’ll like it if you like Bb trickz) or the song by “chill pop” by American Katelyn Tarver.

The ballads of people like the English singer-songwriter Rhodes or the acoustics of Meija (who comes from collaborating with Eels), come across new perreo songs like the new bets of Nicky Jam, Ñengo Flow and Peso Pluma, all of them separately, although with their featurings.

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