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BLACKPINK’s Born Pink claims to further expedite the group’s domination of the U.S. charts.

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BLACKPINK’s Born Pink guarantees to further more expedite the group’s domination of the U.S. charts.

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The celebrity K-pop woman team BLACKPINK is just one of the major pop juggernauts in the entire world, with billions of streams and enormous entire world tours to its title. Born Pink, its next full-size album — and “whole-length” is relative listed here, given that we are chatting about eight songs in below 25 minutes — guarantees to even further expedite BLACKPINK’s domination of the U.S. charts.

We have also acquired new tasks from Brazilian-born electro-pop artist LYZZA, Afropop-motivated R&B singer-songwriter Miloe, Little Desk Contest-winning singer-songwriter Quinn Christopherson and dance-pop star Rina Sawayama. On this week’s New Music Friday, Radio Milwaukee’s Tarik Moody and NPR Tunes contributors Christina Lee and Cyrena Touros sign up for visitor host Stephen Thompson.

Featured Albums:

  1. BLACKPINK — Born Pink
    Showcased Tracks: “Typa Lady,” “Pink Venom,” “Tough to Appreciate”
  2. LYZZA — Mosquito
    Showcased Tunes: “Blessed You,” “Keep Me,” “Heathens Contact (feat. Backxwash)”
  3. Miloe — gaps
    Showcased Tracks: “elastic,” “rewind (feat. PawPaw Rod)”
  4. Quinn Christopherson — Produce Your Name In Pink
    Featured Tracks: “Uptown,” “Evelene”
  5. Rina Sawayama — Keep the Lady
    Showcased Tunes: “Capture Me in the Air,” “Keep the Woman,” “Forgiveness”

Lightning Round:

  • Mura Masa — Demon Time
  • Pink Siifu & Genuine Terrible Gentleman — True Terrible Flights
  • The Beths — Skilled In A Dying Area
  • Jesca Hoop — Purchase of Romance
  • Demise Cab for Cutie — Asphalt Meadows
  • Wilco — Yankee Resort Foxtrot (Tremendous Deluxe Edition)
  • Gogol Bordello — Solidaritine

Other noteworthy releases for Sept. 16:

  • Amy Ray — If It All Goes South
  • The Black Angels — Wilderness of Mirrors
  • Butcher Brown — Butcher Brown Offers Triple Trey Showcasing Tennishu and R4ND4ZZO BIGB4ND
  • Clutch — Sunrise on Slaughter Beach front
  • Danielle Ponder — Some of Us Are Brave
  • Eliza — A Sky Without Stars
  • The Harlem Gospel Vacationers — Search Up!
  • Horace Andy — Midnight Scorchers
  • Jessie Reyez — Yessie
  • Julian Lage — View With a Area
  • Leann Rimes — god’s get the job done
  • Lissie — Carving Canyons
  • Small Massive City — Mr. Sunshine
  • The London Suede — Autofiction
  • Maggie Lindemann — SUCKERPUNCH
  • Marcus Mumford — Marcus Mumford
  • The Mars Volta — The Mars Volta
  • Meg Mac — Matter of Time
  • Michelle Branch — The Difficulties With Fever
  • No Age — Persons Supporting People
  • Noah Cyrus — The Toughest Component
  • Ondara — Spanish Villager No. 3
  • Rhett Miller — The Misfit
  • Samara Pleasure — Linger Awhile
  • Starcrawler — She Claimed
  • Steve Aoki — HiROQUEST: Genesis
  • Terri Lyne Carrington — New Benchmarks Vol. 1
  • Turin Brakes — Huge-Eyed Nowhere
  • Whitney — SPARK
  • Younger Jesus — Shepherd Head
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