NOW 67 and NOW Party Anthems 4 set for digital and CD release on Friday, August 3rd
NOW That’s What I Call Music!, the world’s best-selling multiple-artist album series, presents today’s biggest hits on NOW That’s What I Call Music! 67 and NOW That’s What I Call Party Anthems 4, both set for digital and CD release on Friday, August 3rd.
NOW 67 features 16 major current hits from today’s hottest artists including Maroon 5, Post Malone (featuring Ty Dolla $ign), Shawn Mendes, Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, Selena Gomez, Alessia Cara, Ella Mai, Logic & Marshmello, Foster The People, 5 Seconds Of Summer, ZAYN, Liam Payne & J Balvin, Jennifer Lopez (featuring DJ Khaled & Cardi B.), Backstreet Boys, and Kane Brown.
NOW 67 also includes five free up-and-coming “NOW Presents What’s Next” New Music Preview bonus tracks from Jeremy Zucker, Lost Kings (featuring Norma Jean Martine), Phoebe Ryan & Quinn XCII, YK Osiris, and Loote. Previewing tomorrow’s biggest hits, “NOW Presents What’s Next” has introduced major developing artists to NOW’s enthusiastic, highly engaged audience, including Walk The Moon, Hot Chelle Rae, Hunter Hayes, Capitol Cities, A Great Big World, and Shawn Mendes, among others.
NOW Party Anthems 4 presents 18 classic party tracks from Camila Cabello (featuring Young Thug), Maroon 5 (featuring SZA), Demi Lovato, Migos, Zay Hilfigerrr & Zayion McCall, Desiigner, Post Malone (featuring 21 Savage), DJ Khaled (featuring Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance The Rapper & Lil Wayne), Future, Khalid, French Montana (featuring Swae Lee), Imagine Dragons, The Chainsmokers, Martin Garrix (featuring Dua Lipa), Sofi Tukker (featuring NERVO, The Knocks & Alisa Ueno), Pitbull (featuring Flo Rida & Lunchmoney Lewis), Galantis, and Diana Ross.
Enjoying 20 years of unprecedented American success, NOW That’s What I Call Music! debuted in the U.S. in 1998, following 15 years of multi-platinum international triumph. The series has generated sales exceeding 250 million albums worldwide, including more than 100 million in the U.S. alone. All 66 previous releases in NOW’s numeric U.S. series have reached Billboard’s Top 10 and 19 volumes have reached Number One.
As part of NOW‘s 20th anniversary in the US, NOW That’s What I Call Music! has launched a series of exciting new curated playlists on Apple Music and Spotify.
NOW That’s What I Call Music! is a joint venture from Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment.
1. Maroon 5 – Girls Like You
2. Post Malone f/Ty Dolla $ign – Psycho
3. Shawn Mendes – In My Blood
4. Taylor Swift – Delicate
5. Dua Lipa – IDGAF
6. Selena Gomez – Back To You
7. Alessia Cara – Growing Pains
8. Ella Mai – Boo’d Up
9. Logic & Marshmello – Everyday
10. Foster The People – Sit Next To Me
11. 5 Seconds Of Summer – Youngblood
12. ZAYN – Let Me
13. Liam Payne & J Balvin – Familiar
14. Jennifer Lopez f/DJ Khaled & Cardi B. – Dinero
15. Backstreet Boys – Don’t Go Breaking My Heart
16. Kane Brown – Heaven
“NOW Presents WHAT’S NEXT”
17. Jeremy Zucker – all the kids are depressed
18. Lost Kings f/Norma Jean Martine – When We Were Young
19. Phoebe Ryan & Quinn XCII – Middle Finger
20. YK Osiris – Valentine
21. Loote – Your Side Of The Bed
1. Camila Cabello f/ Young Thug – Havana
2. Maroon 5 f/SZA – What Lovers Do
3. Demi Lovato – Sorry Not Sorry
4. Migos – Stir Fry
5. Zay Hilfigerrr & Zayion McCall – Juju On That Beat (TZ Anthem)
6. Desiigner – Panda
7. Post Malone f/21 Savage – rockstar
8. DJ Khaled f/Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance The Rapper & Lil Wayne – I’m The One
9. Future – Mask Off (Marshmello Remix)
10. Khalid – Young Dumb & Broke
11. French Montana f/Swae Lee – Unforgettable
12. Imagine Dragons – Believer
13. The Chainsmokers – Everybody Hates Me
14. Martin Garrix f/Dua Lipa – Scared To Be Lonely
15. Sofi Tukker f/NERVO, The Knocks & Alisa Ueno – Best Friend
16. Pitbull f/Flo Rida & Lunchmoney Lewis – Greenlight
17. Galantis – Peanut Butter Jelly
18. Diana Ross – I’m Coming Out x Upside Down 2018
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