Calvin Harris and Lauv in the news of the week

Few new records during the first week of August, although quite relevant in general. We start the usual review of Fridays with Funk wav bounces Vol. 2 by the Scottish Calvin Harris, an album with a lot of guests that we present on the Youtube playlist with Stay with me, with the collaborations of Halsey, Justin Timberlake and Pharrell Williams. Plus Dua Lipa, Young Thug, 21 Savage, Normani, Tinashe, Offset, Stefflon Don, Chlöe, Coi Leray, Charlie Puth, Shenseea, Busta Rhymes, Jorja Smith, Lil Durk, 6lack, Donae’O, Snoop Dogg, Latto, Swae Lee and Pusha T.Second album for the American Lauv, who chose the title of All 4 nothing. Focused on the narrative to create an immersive work and infused with moments of nostalgia, conflict and personal empowerment. Among the advances All 4 nothing (I’m so in love), which was part of our list of favorites.Curtain call 2 is Eminem’s second greatest hits album after ‘Curtain call: The hits’ (2005). Featuring music from all of his projects since ‘Relapse’ (2009), including sideshows, guest appearances, songs from movie soundtracks and selections from his solo albums. It includes From the D 2 the LBC with Snoop Dogg. Paul McCartney became an octogenarian on June 18, and the day before he announced the publication of McCartney I II III, a special box set with his three self-titled solo albums written, performed and produced entirely by him: ‘McCartney’ from 1970, ‘McCartney II’ from 1980 and ‘McCartney III’ from 2020. Together for the first time. Also released is the deluxe edition of Bullet for My Valentine’s current album and a direct from Neil Young + Promise of the Real.