new song 2018 audio

Music was a huge part of 2018, with new songs being released all the time. However, it can be quite overwhelming if you don’t know where to start.

Luckily, we have compiled some of the best new song 2018 audio for you to listen to. These tracks will keep you entertained, no matter how busy your schedule may be.

Hailee Stanfield & Bloodpop – Capital Letters

If you’re looking for a new song that will melt your heart, look no further than Hailee Steinfeld and Bloodpop’s Capital Letters. This dreamy collaboration from the Fifty Shades Freed soundtrack features a captivating melody and symphony orchestra that are sure to make you fall in love with the track time and time again.

The official music video for the track is a romantic affair that features Steinfeld and her lover in a number of different locations, from Paris to Monte Carlo. Directed by Hannah Lux Lewis, the visuals perfectly complement the enchanting lyrics of the track.

In this dreamy song, Steinfeld sings about a man who is willing to take her on a romantic getaway, and she wants him to give her the experience of a lifetime. She promises to “give it to you” in capital letters, and it’s a song that really does feel like it’s destined for the big screen.

Post Malone & Ty Dolla $ign – Psycho

The first single off Post Malone’s new album Beerbongs & Bentleys is a woozy r&b track featuring Ty Dolla $ign. It’s called “Psycho.” The rap duo rolled through the desert in tanks in this James DeFina-directed video and the song’s accompanying visual might have been the best thing that happened to you in 2018.

The clip sees Post Malone and Ty Dolla $ign rolling through the desert in military-style vehicles. They’re not alone in this endeavor – the video features a bunch of other rappers and musicians as well.

One of the most entertaining parts of the video comes when the duo finds themselves in a post-apocalyptic wasteland that looks a lot like a horror film. The only weapons they have are flamethrowers, and they seem to be doing a pretty good job of killing everything in their path (including a wolf puppet).

“Psycho” also holds the distinction of being Post Malone’s highest debut on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, matching his “rockstar” collab with 21 Savage for the top spot. It’s a pretty hefty accomplishment for the Atlanta native, especially considering how he was pushed to the backburner by Drake and Childish Gambino before this song.

Ed Sheeran – Perfect

It’s no secret that Ed Sheeran has produced some of the best pop music of our time. With songs like ‘Shape of You’ and ‘New Rules’, the British singer-songwriter has a knack for creating catchy tunes that get stuck in your head.

The latest addition to the Sheeran portfolio is ‘Perfect’, a track that’s proving itself as one of the best modern pop ballads out there. The acoustic ballad was written for Sheeran’s third studio album Divide, and it’s one of the most well-received. In particular, the slick video of the song has won over the hearts of many a fan.

‘Perfect’ is also one of the most technically impressive music videos of its kind, with production values that are akin to those you’d see in a major studio. The track is one of the most successful songs of Sheeran’s career, with it hitting number four on the UK charts and topping the US singles chart in December 2017. It has also been named a Smooth magazine All Time Best Song by many a discerning listener.

Portugal The Man – Feel It Still

The band’s 2017 hit “Feel It Still” transformed Portugal The Man from indie darlings to mega-stars. It reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100 and was nominated for a Grammy award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.

The song borrows its infectious melody from 1961’s doo-wop hit “Please Mr. Postman” and was written by the band along with John Hill and Asa Taccone, who serve as producers. The song is the second single and first radio single from the band’s eighth studio album Woodstock.

It was written during their three-year obsession with the music that came out of the Woodstock festival in New York. According to the band, the lyrics of the track “Might be over now, but I feel it still” draw a connection between Woodstock and the larger musical community of today.

The band is continuing to bring their Woodstock World Tour to sold-out shows around the globe, and on February 17 they performed at Louisville’s Palace, where they offered their most elaborate stage production ever. It was a colorful mix of psychedelic indie rock that drew inspiration from the band’s musical roots and showed off their most experimental side, riding a wave of well-deserved recognition.

Camila Cabello & Sia – Havana

Camila Cabello made a splash last summer with a sultry salsa-inflected single, a smash that paid homage to her Cuban heritage and chimed with the zeitgeist for Latin-flavoured pop. The track, a co-write with Sia and Benny Blanco, was tossed out on streaming services a few months after her first attempt at a grand debut, “Crying in the Club,” underperformed.

The former Fifth Harmony singer’s emergence as a talisman of hope in a pop climate that can be stale and hollow is not an easy feat. Like the pop astronauts who went solo before her, she had to be both a known quantity and a blank slate, navigating the gap between an outsize past and an uncertain future.

The album she eventually delivered, “Camila,” is the kind of rare gem that snuck up on you in the moment. It’s a surprisingly powerful debut for the former Fifth Harmony star, delivered with the confidence and power of an artist who has more than 20 years under her belt.

Cardi B & Bad Bunny – I Like It

Cardi B teamed up with Bad Bunny and J Balvin for a colorful performance of their Spanglish-themed song, “I Like It,” at the 2018 American Music Awards. The colorful show was the rapper’s first televised appearance since giving birth to her daughter, Kulture, in July.

The trio brought a small live band to the stage for their AMAs performance, which incorporated a spinnable spinning platform and a gold-tinted shopping cart. Bad Bunny was wheeled around on the cart, while J Balvin delivered his verse from atop the stage.

Cardi B’s “I Like It” was one of the most popular songs of 2018, and it became her second No. 1 single on the Billboard Hot 100 following her debut album, Invasion of Privacy. It also earned the distinction of becoming the first song from a female artist to break a billion streams on Spotify.

Ramz – Barking

The latest aural gizmo is South London rapper Ramz. He’s been making music since childhood, but his savvy of the industry saw a spike when he made a fortuitous connection that led to a recording contract. Upon signing, the multi-talented 22 year old released Barking in December and has not looked back since. He’s now a household name with a ferocious fan base, and a thriving career as a producer. His latest release is a collaboration with DJ/producer Skrillex and his first single “Bolts” has been certified platinum by Sony. The track has amassed more than 14 million streams, and is arguably the most popular new song of 2018. In fact, it’s currently atop the Spotify chart in the UK. It’s the music industry’s best bet and the best news of all, it’s only a matter of time before he makes his big break.

Ariana Grande – Thank U, Next

In her latest song, Ariana Grande reflects on a series of broken relationships and teaches us to move on. The video, which features Grande wearing a number of outfits that pay homage to several coming-of-age movies, also has a few Easter eggs for fans who’re keen on digging up hidden references.

For one, the video opens with a reference to Tina Fey’s 2004 comedy Mean Girls. During the movie, the Plastics cut out photos of other students from their school yearbooks and glue them into a Burn Book to write mean comments.

The Burn Book in Grande’s music video looks similar, except it has pages for her ex-boyfriends Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez and Pete Davidson. The only face missing from the list is Mac Miller, who passed away in September.

Meanwhile, the music video features a number of cameos from Grande’s friends. Elizabeth Gillies, Alexa Luria and Courtney Chipolone are all best friends of the singer.

In the music video, Grande is a fan of “Legally Blonde” (Reese Witherspoon). She hops out of a black Porsche with her beagle-chihuahua mix Toulouse and cosplays fiercely feminine law student Elle Woods.