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Future, Jonas Brothers, Karol G & More: What's Your Favorite New Music Release? Vote!

Future photographed Feb. 26 at Photopia in Miami.
Meredith Jenks

Future photographed on Feb. 26, 2017 at Photopia in Miami.

This week's new music calls for dance parties, the ones you wish you could have at the club and the ones you've been having at home for the last few weeks. But which release keeps getting cued up?

Future returns with High Off Life, his eighth studio album, and his finesse can be classified by his designer name-checks and diverse flows. From kicking it with Travis Scott on "Solitaires" with its breezy bars and Scott's signature gaseous moans to elevating even higher with Lil Uzi Vert's idiosyncratic space-sounding synths on "All Bad," Future continues rising up the echelons of rap.

Elsewhere, Charli XCX completely redefines bedroom pop with her quarantine album How I'm Feeling Now with its level of experimentation and choice of recording space amid the pandemic. She flashes spontaneous sounding synth-laden bops into a meticulously crafted project that's both cohesive and panoramic.

Jonas Brothers and Karol G start the party together as the pop trio joined forces with the Colombian reggaeton singer for "X," a Latin pop crossover that captures a sultry attitude and horns that ring in the track as a potential song of the summer.

So what's the official soundtrack of Club Quarantine this week? Vote below!

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