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RedOne - "Don't You Need Somebody" feat. Enrique Iglesias, R. City, Shaggy, and Serayah
Margaret Cho - "Come With Me"
"Come With Me" is the first song Margaret Cho has released since she dropped her American Myth album in April, and, as she tells Frontiers, the music video is a nod to one of her most important experiences. "I wrote this song to honor my own past as a sex worker, and to bring love and caring to a profession that is often misunderstood and vilified," she said. That's reflected in the clip, in which Cho takes a sex worker out for a day of carefree fun.
Alisan Porter - "Down That Road"
Twenty-five years after starring as the titular character in the film Curly Sue, Alisan Porter reemerged onto the scene after auditioning for The Voice and winning the most recent season for coach Christina Aguilera, the "Genie in a Bottle" singer's first on the show. Now, as Porter struts out on a professional music career, check out the pop-powered-but-with-a-little-country-twang "Down That Road."
Pitbull - "Superstar" feat. Becky G.
Mr. Worldwide turns his attention to the United States with "Superstar," the official song of the upcoming Copa América Centenario soccer tournament that'll be filling stadiums from San Francisco to Orlando. And who better than to produce a jam with enough thump to keep the masses moving than Pitbull and rapper-singer Becky G., whose anthemic "Superstar" will keep everyone grooving throughout the friendlies.
Parmalee - "Roots"
Country band Parmalee is getting ready to release its sophomore album, and ahead of it comes "Roots," a touching tribute to family. The video is a bit sad, as most of it revolves around a funeral, but after one watch, we're pretty sure you're going to want to call your grandparents and tell them how much you love them.