With the discharge of Beyonce’s new album Renaissance, this has been an undeniably monumental week for pop music. The revealing of Hayley Kiyoko’s gorgeous LP Panorama and Maggie Rogers’s long-awaited sophomore album Give up solely made it higher.

Every week, Uproxx rounds up one of the best new pop releases. Pay attention up.

Beyonce — “Pure/Honey”

It’s not simple to select only one tune from Renaissance to reward, particularly when one of the satisfying components of the document is its sequencing. The songs all match amazingly collectively. Nonetheless, “Pure/Honey” is as infectious and badass as attainable: “It ought to price a billion to look this good / However she make it look simple like she acquired it,” she deadpans over a clubby beat.

Rosalía — “Despecha”

In some way we have been even blessed sufficient this week to get a brand new tune from Rosalía, who launched one of many greatest albums of this yr, Motomami. Clearly, she by no means rests, and we’re fortunate to get “Despecha,” a catchy anthem that proves she has nothing however bangers to churn out.

Tove Lo — “2 Die 4”

Tove Lo’s new tune “2 Die 4” begins with one thing of a healthful pickup line: “You don’t appear like in your photograph / You’re prettier than that.” Together with the charming lyrics and mesmerizing vocals, the beat is one of the best half. It’s an excellent feel-good anthem for dancing, but additionally for feeling the emotional depth.

Rina Sawayama — “Maintain The Woman”

Each single certainly one of Rina Sawayama’s singles from her forthcoming album Maintain The Woman have been unpredictable in one of the simplest ways, previewing a dynamic, thrilling LP. This title observe continues with this theme; it’s hypnotic and attention-grabbing, with Sawayama’s vocals sounding sturdy and unafraid whereas she sings about rising up.

Maggie Rogers — “Overdrive”

After graduating from Harvard, rising pop star Maggie Rogers is persisting in dominating the music world. “Overdrive” is the opening observe to Give up, and it’s a lush, heat earworm that welcomes the listener into a spot that’s shiny and comfy. Her vocals are sprawling and the emotion overflows.

King Princess — “Let Us Die”

King Princess’s new tune “Let Us Die” from her forthcoming album Maintain On Child displays on a sophisticated love: “Nicely, child I’m ravenous / In your coronary heart to melt / However ache makes me need you / Does that make me terrible?” she sings, questioning aloud towards a catchy rhythm.

Charli XCX — “Scorching Woman”

Since Charli XCX’s idiosyncratic pandemic album How I’m Feeling Now, her songs have been imbued with a menacing aura. So it’s no marvel why she has a tune within the forthcoming horror film Our bodies Our bodies Our bodies. This observe, “Scorching Woman,” will certainly intensify the movie’s eerie texture with its ghostly bass and Charli’s fearless deadpan.

Calvin Harris, Tinashe, Normani, Offset — “New To You”

This surprising collaboration Calvin Harris, Tinashe, Normani, and Offset for “New To You” continues with this yr’s theme of a return of a disco ambiance in songs. It’s an undoubtedly feel-good anthem with every performer including to the exuberance.

Hayley Kiyoko — “Underground”

“Underground,” from Hayley Kiyoko’s new album Panorama, finds energy in honesty. The singer doesn’t maintain again from being susceptible on this observe, however that doesn’t cease it from being a clubby banger: “Trying to find rainbows within the sky / Perhaps I’m losing all my time,” she contemplates.

Hailee Steinfeld, Anderson .Paak — “Coast”

Beneath three minutes, “Coast” by Hailee Steinfeld Anderson .Paak is a superb summer season tune that’s excellent for cruising down the freeway or hanging out on the seashore. Their vocals collectively are a pleasant distinction, and the sound buoys together with a sunny carelessness.

Some artists coated listed below are Warner Music artists. Uproxx is an impartial subsidiary of Warner Music Group.