It’s been a tough year. The Aussie pop singer has gathered some tunes which capture the mood.
Featuring NUKG from Conducta and JGrrey, NSG’s custard-praising hit and reggaeton rhythms from Kali Uchis.
Dua Lipa teams up with Belgian pop star Angèle, Bree Runway enlists kindred spirit Rico Nasty and AceMoMa drop a satisfying rave explosion.
The DJ and model delves into vintage grooves to stop your heart from growing cold.
Featuring Ariana Grande's surprise comeback track, a bonus treat from Yaeji and Pa Salieu's politically potent single B***k.
Featuring a cathartic indie anthem from Beabadoobee, King Princess’s avatar-fronted return and the drill-dancehall link up between Loski and Popcaan.
Featuring Junglepussy’s return, Overmono’s adrenaline-fuelling production and a confident debut from Priya Ragu.
The NYC-based producer specialises in hypnotic dembow rhythms.
Featuring M.I.A.’s show-stealing verse on Franchise, a cheeky bassline banger from Bad Boy Chiller Crew, plus object blue and TSV1’s hard-hitting body music.
Featuring rising Nigerian artist Tems, Atlanta alt-country strummer Faye Webster and the Sie7etr3 crew’s co-leader Chucky73.
Pa Salieu’s back with a banger, Davido has a message for the haters and Avalon Emerson releases a synth-pop cover that will catch you by surprise.
He shoots, he scores, he listens to J Hus. England and Liverpool FC star Trent Alexander-Arnold shares the songs that power him.
Dua gets a blockbuster club remix, Shenseea drops sultry dancehall and Miley Cyrus returns with a power pop banger.
Featuring Cardi and Meg’s sex-positive smash, mean and melodic rap by Lil Baby and Lil Keed, plus a helium-fuelled love song from 654AR and FKA twigs.
A brand new ballad bop from Billie Eilish, smooth vocals from Jorja Smith and the latest from poetic punk band Fontaines D.C.
The BBC Radio 1 DJ and Deviation co-founder shares his mix with tracks inspired by Morgan Simpson and Pa Salieu's musical journeys.
Drake earns his UK drill credentials, Dua Lipa joins forces with J Balvin and Bad Bunny, and Dean Blunt reprises Babyfather.
The Fleetwood Mac frontwoman opens up about losing friends, and finding clarity and sobriety.
The Primal Scream frontman talks authenticity, Andrew Weatherall and how rappers are channelling the spirit of rock’n’roll.
The Bright Eyes’ legend marks his band’s return after a nine-year absence with an in-depth, intimate discussion of raw music and real emo.