12 Songs You Gotta Hear on #NewMusicFriday: Camila Cabello, Nicki Minaj, Eminem, Cardi B
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Migos, Charli XCX, G-Eazy and Charlie Puth also release new tracks.

Camila Cabello is taking over this week's #NewMusicFriday with a double release -- "Never Be The Same" and "Real Friends" -- which will both be featured on her upcoming album, set to drop in January.

Other noteworthy songs come courtesy of Eminem, who dropped "Untouchable," Charli XCX, who teamed up with fellow pop stars Tove Lo and Alma on "Out Of My Head," G-Eazy and Charlie Puth's "Sober" collaboration, and the Migos and Marshmello single, "Danger."

On the video front, Migos, Nicki Minaj and Cardi B released their futuristic music video for "MotorSport," packed with latex, sports cars and a pink-wigged Nicki.

On the country side of things, Walker Hayes released his album "Boom," and country music duo Haley & Michaels wrote the powerful and timely song, "Me Too." Viral sensation Greyson Chance is bringing us Sam Smith vibes with his super personal single, "Low," which he said "marks my realization of certain troubles that I have had in relationships in the past, and the emptiness that I felt when I made such recognition."

Elsewhere, Sufjan Stevens dropped "Tonya Harding" just in time for "I, Tonya" to hit theaters Friday.

Enjoy these and more new songs featured in TooFab's #NewMusicFriday picks below.

'Never Be The Same' - Camila Cabello

'Real Friends' - Camila Cabello

'Untouchable' - Eminem

'Out of My Head' - Charli XCX ft. Tove Lo and Alma

'MotorSport' - Migos, Nicki Minaj and Cardi B

'Me Too' - Haley & Michaels

'Boom' - Walker Hayes

'Low' - Greyson Chance

'Sober' - G-Eazy ft. Charlie Puth

'Danger' - Migos and Marshmello

'Double Or Nothin' - Big Sean, Metro Boomin and Travis Scott

'Tonya Harding' - Sufjan Stevens

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