Get ready to add another volume of NOW Thats What I Call Music! to your collection. The compilation series will be releasing its 64th volume next month. Body Like a Back Road is a song co-written and recorded by American singer Sam Hunt. Unforgettable is a song by Moroccan-American rapper French Montana. Too Good at Goodbyes is a song by British singer Sam Smith that was released on September 2017. Dusk Till Dawn is a song by English singer Zayn featuring Australian singer-songwriter Sia. New single Footprints underlines this.
The 93rd edition of the iconic NOW Music compilation series will feature the biggest hits in the UK charts. Pillowtalk is a song recorded by English singer and songwriter Zayn, for his debut solo studio album Mind of Mine. Lush Life topped the charts in Sweden for five weeks, becoming Larsson's second number one single in her home country. It also peaked at number two in Denmark and Norway, Australia and the United Kingdom, and number six in Finland. Take Me Home is a song by English singer and songwriter Jess Glynne. It was released as the fifth single from her debut studio album. Faded is a Norwegian EDM artist Alan Walker originating from Bergen, Norway. The song features the vocals from the singer Iselin Solheim. Walker had launched it originally as an instrumental titled Fade, adding acoustic instruments and lyrics.
NOW That’s What I Call Music! Vol. 47 features 16 major current hits from today’s hottest artists, including Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift, Mariah Carey with Miguel, Selena Gomez, Avril Lavigne, Demi Lovato, Ke$ha with Juicy J, Icona Pop (feat. Charli XCX), Imagine Dragons, Labrinth with Emeli Sandé, Zedd with Foxes, Calvin Harris with Ellie Goulding, Jason Derulo, Anna Kendrick, and Capital Cities, plus four free up-and-coming ‘NOW What’s Next’ New Music Preview tracks. NOW 47 showcases up and coming tracks from A Great Big World, Nikki Williams, Midnight Red, and MKTO.
The 85th in the ever-popular Now series contains some of the biggest tracks of recent years, including Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”.