The 5 best new songs you can stream right now


This week, Miguel featured J. Cole on an album version of a previous single, Neil Young released his 39th studio album, and rapper DMX dropped an absurd cover of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.”

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Miguel — “Come Through and Chill” (feat. J. Cole)

Miguel added two emotionally and politically charged J. Cole verses to his previously released, Salaam Remi-produced single “Come Through and Chill.” The spare, guitar-led track appears on Miguel’s new album, “War & Leisure.” 

Wilco — “Myrna Lee”

Wilco released a deluxe edition of its debut album, “A.M.,” on Friday, and it features a number of previously unreleased songs. The standout bonus track, “Myrna Lee,” has a wistful, country-twang sound that’s unlike any of the band’s subsequent material. 

The Orwells — “Vanilla”

Illinois-based rock band The Orwells crafts a traditional punk track with “Vanilla,” a satirical takedown of the prejudices and “S.U.V.-vanilla” values of “Middle America.”

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The 5 best new songs you can stream right now