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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at McGill chapter.

It’s only been a few days into April, but this month has already been blessed with some of the hottest music drops by some of today’s hottest artists. Today, Her Campus wanted to highlight some of the most sensational songs released this month that are bound to blow up the billboard charts as well as our social media platforms. 

“Don’t Let Me Down” by Sabrina Claudio ft. Khalid

The collaboration between these two unique, distinct voices in the music industry is one that has surely caught our attention. Sabrina Claudio’s sultry, effortless, and breathy vocal style contrasts that of Khalid’s- his style known for his rich, thick, and warm vocals. However, the two very different voices still manage to melt effortlessly into one another against the light and upbeat music. They seem to complement each other well, as the two contrasting styles balance each other in harmony.

“Nice For What” by Drake

The recently dropped song from Drake has already become a social media sensation. With a beat sampling from the legendary queen, Lauryn Hills’ “Ex-Factor”, Drake features some of the most empowering females in his music video. With the catchy, New Orleans bounce, and cameos of strong, inspiring women of today, this new hit is bound to blow up even more in weeks to come.

“I Like It” by Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J. Balvin

Cardi B, perhaps one of the most sensational female rappers today, recently dropped her album “Invasion of Privacy”. this album consists of 13 songs, all of which has its own distinct beat with features from artists including Sza, Chance the Rapper, Kehlani, and many others. This particular song in her album shows off her Afro-Trinidadian roots as it turns the iconic song, “I Like it Like That” originally performed by Pete Rodriguez, into a hip-hop delight. Her collaboration with Bad Bunny, a Puerto-Rican Latin trap and reggaeton singer, and J. Balvin, a Colombian reggaeton singer, further highlights the Latina vibes in the song. As one of my personal favourites, this unique song is bound to draw a lot of attention.

“I Do” by Cardi B ft. Sza

The two hottest and queens of the music industry today have finally collaborated. As anticipated, this one is for all the ladies out there. This song is about women reclaiming their power in today’s society and showing off their “bad girl” vibes. The extremely catchy beat, with Sza’s strong vocals and Cardi B’s powerful rapping, all come in sync to produce a song that is sure to be the empowerment anthem for many.








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Sooji Hah

McGill '20

Sooji is currently a third-year student at McGill University majoring in Labour Relations with a minor in Management. Her life goal is to one day publish a book and see Frank Ocean live.