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Sheryl Crow also releases a new track honoring the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

The most wonderful time of the year is upon us: DJ Earworm just released his yearly mashup, "United State of Pop 2017," a four-minute track that compiles some of the year's most popular songs, including "Bodak Yellow," "Despacito," "Humble," and "1-800-273-8255."

Elsewhere on this #NewMusicFriday, Eminem released "Revival" -- his first studio album in four years. G-Eazy also dropped his album, "The Beautiful & Damned," which features his single with girlfriend Halsey, "Him & I," and "No Limit," featuring Cardi B and A$AP Rocky.

Post Malone jumped on the Justin Bieber-Beyonce Latin remix bandwagon by teaming up with Nicky Jam and Ozuna to release "rockstar (Latin Remix)." And Sheryl Crow unveiled her music video for "The Dreaming Kind," which honors the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting on the tragedy's fifth anniversary.

"The tragedy in Newtown five years ago and the countless lives lost in mass shootings since have weighed heavily on my heart," Crow wrote of the track. "I felt compelled to write 'The Dreaming Kind' for the incredible people at Sandy Hook Promise, who work so hard every day to combat gun violence. The extraordinary work this organization does to educate and protect our nation from further bloodshed gives me hope for a better tomorrow. I hope this song will inspire the same feeling in those who hear it."

In happier news, Ed Sheeran transformed "Perfect" yet again by releasing an orchestral version with Italian classical singer, Andrea Bocelli. Oh, and Ed sings in Italian. NBD.

Enjoy TooFab's picks for this week's NMF below.

'United State of Pop 2017' - DJ Earworm

'Revival' - Eminem

'The Beautiful & Damned' - G-Eazy

'rockstar (Latin Remix)' - Post Malone ft. Nicky Jam and Ozuna

'The Dreaming Kind' - Sheryl Crow

'Perfect (Symphony)' - Ed Sheeran and Andrea Bocelli

'Ben Franklin's Song' - The Decemberists

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