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Welcome to New Tunes Tues, where we tell you what newly released songs/albums/music videos etc require your attention immediately. 50 Cent, Lucy Hale, and Megan & Liz are all releasing new albums today, but here’s some more songs to lend a ear to from The Biebs, The Fault In Our Stars soundtrack…and Destiny’s Child? Keep scrolling!

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Justin Bieber ft. Migos, “Looking For You.” The Biebs collaborates with this bevy of Atlanta rappers on this club-banging song about picking up chicks at a club. Selena Gomez, please close your ears…

Charli XCX, “Boom Clap.” The music video for this “epic love song” off The Fault In Our Stars soundtrack is amazing because it features tons of adorable, romantic footage from the actual film. Plus, Charli filmed it in Amsterdam, where the movie was filmed, so how’s that for authentic?

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Michelle Williams ft. Beyonce and Kelly Rowland, “Say Yes.” Michelle William‘s latest gospel jam features guest vocals from her two best gal pals, Beyonce and Kelly Rowland, making it as close to a new Destiny’s Child song as we’re getting in 2014. We’ll take it! Listen here:

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The Madden Brothers, “We Are Done.” Joel and Benji Madden are rebranding themselves as The Madden Brothers instead of Good Charlotte, and released their first single as a duo. It’s definitely a different sound for the bros, but we assume that’s what they were going for with this one:

Bella Thorne, “Call It Whatever.” Zendaya did it, so obviously Bella Thorne was next! The Disney star’s debut single is bubblegum pop at its finest, complete with Bella dressing up as a sexy waitress in her music video. Thoughts?

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What’s your favorite new song of the week? Any we missed? Vote for your favorite song below and tweet your pick @OKMagazine!

 

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