New Tunes Tues: 5 Songs To Know This Week From Ariana Grande and Nathan Sykes, Janelle Monae and More

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Aug. 20 2013, Published 6:39 p.m. ET

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Welcome to New Tunes Tues, where we tell you what newly released songs/albums etc require your attention immediately. This week's picks are mostly sung by girls for a change, so take a listen to the tracks, rock out in your mirror when noone's looking, and vote for your favorite in the poll below. Happy Tuesday!

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Ariana Grande ft. Nathan Sykes, "Almost is Never Enough." You know when you hear someone sing a song and you cry because their voice is SO GOOD? We get that feeling twice over listening to this new tune from Ariana Grande and The Wanted's Nathan Sykes. The song is featured on The Mortal Instruments soundtrack, hence the clips from the movie in the video. Anyway, legit still crying from talent overload.

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Megan & Liz, "In The Shadows Tonight." You may know M&L from their YouTube videos where they cover other people's songs, but the gorgeous twins have a few of their own original songs nowadays, including this just-released song. This one's more county-ish than their previous songs, but we're still into it. You?


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Avril Lavigne, "Rock And Roll." Despite the cameo from one of our favorite 80's TV stars in Avril's new video, we're digging the song, too. All of Avril's singles have that similar catchy-pop chorus and this one's no different. What do you think of the track?


Janelle Monae ft Miguel, "Primetime." After you hear this song, you're going to want to go makeout with someone immediately. It's just so... sexy!  Listen here for yourself:

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The Saturdays, "Disco Love." Not be confused with the other British girl group, Little Mix, The Saturdays, who had a short-lived reality show on E! earlier this year, are back with another single. This one's only featured on UK radio at the moment, but just you wait. Z100's going to be playing it in no time.

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What’s your favorite song of the week? Which new album release are you most excited for?  Vote for your favorite song below and tweet us your pick @OKMagazine!

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