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Welcome to New Tunes Tues, where I tell you what newly released songs/albums/music videos etc require your attention immediately. We’re in pop music overload here as we prepare our eardrums for Sunday’s GRAMMY Awards, but still, these five new jams are must-listens. See why we’re loving new songs from Lance Bass, Danity Kane, and three divas this week…

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Lance Bass, “Walking on Air.” Yesterday we told you about Lance Bass releasing his first song in 12 years, but today it’s officially available on iTunes, so take a listen again. Ya like? Think he’s the next Justin Timberlake? Discuss.

Jennifer Nettles, “That Girl.” Like *NSYNC’s Lance, the lead singer of country duo Sugarland is embarking on a solo music career of her own, and “That Girl” is her first solo effort. It’s the name of her new album and her new single, both of which are out now. Like?

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Alicia Keys, “Power.” Yesterday on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Alicia Keys decided to put out a previously unreleased song that she recorded in 2007. It’s titled “Power” so it seems pretty approps to the whole MLK thing:

Kyle Minogue, “Into the Blue.” Kylie Minogue (you know, the girl who sang “Can’t Get You Out of My Head”?) recently signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation record label, but her new sound is still the typical fun, dancey pop we’re used to from Kylie. Take a listen to her first single in years, “Into the Blue”:

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Danity Kane, “Bye Baby.” When Danity Kane announced at the 2013 MTV VMAs that they were getting back together (sans D.Woods), it didn’t feel real, you know? But now it does, considering the gals just released their comeback single. Let’s hope a follow-up album to Welcome To The Dollhouse is the girls’ next order of business…

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

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