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KELLY CLARKSON,-JUSTIN BIEBER, SELENA GOMEZ, THE CHAINSMI 
fN, THE WEEKNOTtAYLOR SWIFT, ELLIE GOULDING, BRYSON TILLER 











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1. KELLY CLARKSON Piece By Piece (Idol Version) 

2. JUSTIN BIEBER Love Yourself 

3. SELENA GOMEZ Hands To Myself 

4. THE CHAINSMOKERS feat. ROZES Roses 

5. G-EAZY X BEBE REXHA Me Myself & I 

6. ZAYN PILLOWTALK 

2 THE WEEKND In The Night 

8. TAYLOR SWIFT Out Of The Woods 

9. ELLIE GOULDING Something In The Way You Move 

10. BRYSON TILLER Don’t 

11. DJ SNAKE feat. BIPOLAR SUNSHINE Middle 

12. ALESSIA CARA Wild Things 

13. ROBIN SCHULZ feat. FRANCESCO YATES Sugar 

14. TROYESIVAN YOUTH 

15. JAMES BAY Let It Go 

16. RACHEL PLATTEN Stand By You 

NOW PRESENTS WHAT’S NEXT! 

6 FREE TRACKS FROM HOT UP AND COMING ARTISTS! 

12. ANDREW GRANT Thinking For A While 

18. BIBI BOURELLY Sally 

19. THAT POPPY Lowlife 

20. PHOEBE RYAN Chronic 

21. JODIE ABACUS I’ll Be That Friend 

22. CHRIS LANE Fix 


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KELLY CLARKSON 
Piece By Piece (Idol Version) 

(Kelly Clarkson, Greg Kurstin) 

® 2016 19 Recordings Limited under exclusive license to RCA Records 
Kelly Clarkson appears courtesy of RCA Records, 
a division of Sony Music Entertainment 


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JUSTIN BIEBER 
Love Yourself 

(Ed Sheeran, Benjamin Levin, Justin Bieber) 

© 2015 Def Jam Recordings, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc. 
Justin Bieber appears courtesy of Def Jam Recordings 


5 


G-EAZYX BEBE REXHA 
Me, Myself &l 

(Gerald Gillum, Michael Keenan, 

Christoph Andersson, Bleta Rexha, 

Lauren Edwards, Tom Barnes, Ben Kohn) 

© 2015 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment 
G-Eazy x Bebe Rexha appear courtesy of RCA Records, 
a division of Sony Music Entertainment 




5 ZAYN 
PILLOWTALK 

(Zayn Malik, Levi Lennox, Mike Hannides, 
Anthony Hannides) 

© 2016 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment 
ZAYN appears courtesy of RCA Records, a division of 
Sony Music Entertainment 


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SELENA GOMEZ 
Hands To Myself 

(Justin Tranter, Julia Michaels, Robin Fredriksson, 
Mattias Larsson, Max Martin, Selena Gomez) 

© 2015 Interscope Records 

Selena Gomez appears courtesy of Interscope Records 


4 


THE CHAINSMOKERSfeat. R0ZES 
Roses 

(Andrew Taggart, Elizabeth M. Mencel) 

© 2015 Disrupter Records/Columbia Records 

The Chainsmokers appear courtesy of Columbia Records, 

a division of Sony Music Entertainment 



7 THE WEEKND 
/ In The Night 

(Abel Tesfaye, Ahmad Balshe, Max Martin, 
Savan Kotecha, Peter Svensson, Ali Payami) 

©2015 The WeekndXO, Inc., 

Manufactured and Marketed by Republic Records, 
a division of UMG Recordings, Inc. 

The Weeknd appears courtesy of Republic Records 


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TAYLOR SWIFT 
Out Of The Woods 


(Taylor Swift, Jack Antonoff) 

© 2014 Big Machine Label Group, LLC. 

Manufactured and Marketed by UMG Commercial Services, Inc. 

























9 ELLIE GOULDING 

Something In The Way You Move 

(Ellie Goulding, Greg Kurstin) 

© 2015 Polydor Ltd. UK 

Ellie Goulding appears courtesy of Interscope Records 


□ BRYSON TILLER 
Don’t 

(Bryson Tiller, Isom Brandon Stewart, Tavoris Hollins, Jr., 
Mariah Carey, Jermaine Dupri, Bryan-Michael Cox, 
Johnta Austin) 

Contains a portion of “Shake It Off”, by Mariah Carey, Jermaine Dupri, Bryan- 
Michael Cox & Johnta Austin, published by Beyondidolization/Universal Tunes 
(SESAC), Shaniah Cymone/EMI April Music, Inc. (ASCAP), W.B.M. Music Corp 
(SESAC) & Naked Under My Clothes/BMG Chrysalis Music (ASCAP). 

© 2015 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment 
Bryson Tiller appears courtesy of RCA Records, 
a division of Sony Music Entertainment 



Sugar 

(Robin Schulz, Francisco Bautista, Ronald Bryant, 
Francesco Yates, Nathan Perez) 

© 2015 TONSPIEL under exclusive license to Warner Music Group Germany 

Holding GmbH / A Warner Music Group Company 

Robin Schulz appears courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp. 


(Troye Sivan Mellet, Bram Inscore, 

Brett McLaughlin, Alexandra Hughes, Alex Hope) 

© 2015 Universal Music Austrailia Pty Ltd. 

Troye Sivan appears courtesy of Capitol Records 


DJ SNAKE 

feat. BIPOLAR SUNSHINE 
Middle 



(William Grigahcine, Adio Joshua Marchant, Aaron Kleinstub) 

® 2015 DJ Snake Music, under exclusive license to Interscope Records 
DJ Snake appears courtesy of Interscope Records 


ALESSIA CARA 
Wild Things 

(James Ho, Alessia Caracciolo, Coleridge Tillman, 
Tab Nkhereanye) 

© 2015 Def Jam Recordings, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc. 
Alessia Cara appears courtesy of Def Jam Recordings 


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JAMES BAY 
Let It Go 


(James Bay, Paul Barry) 

© 2013 Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc. 
James Bay appears courtesy of Republic Records 




RACHEL PLATTEN 
Stand By You 

(Rachel Platten, Jack Antonoff, Joy Williams, 
Jon Levine, Matt Morris) 



© 2015 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment 
Rachel Platten appears courtesy of Columbia Records, 
a division of Sony Music Entertainment 


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WHAT'snext 


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from all of the big record labels even before they’re on the radio or online! 

Your new NOW 58 CD includes one track from each of these great new artists. 

Listen and read on to find out NOW What's Next in Pop music » 


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ANDREW GRANT 

Thinking For A While 

(Andrew Grant, Eric Jurotich, Jason 
Blaine, Joey Tripper, Rogelio Douglas Jr.) 

© 2016 H.I.R.D Music Group 

Andrew Grant appears courtesy of H.I.R.D Music Group 

Facebook.com/AndrewGrantMusic 

lnstagram.com/andrewgrantmusic 

Soundcloud.com/andrewgrantmusic 

Twitter.com/andrewgrantdj 

Andrew Grant is an emerging artist born and 
raised in Los Angeles. His style is a fusion of 
multiple genres wrapped into one, giving him a 
unique sound he describes as “H.I.R.D Music” 

- hiphop, indie, rock and dance. 

Prior to producing, Andrew had massive 
ratings as a radio DJ, and was also one of 
America’s most successful and in-demand live 
DJ’s, playing upwards of 300 shows a year; 
everything from Grammy and Oscar parties, 
to the who’s who and what’s what of high end 
nightlife and private events. 

In the midst of his thriving DJ career, 
Andrew was inspired to energize a movement 
in popular music, to create a feeling and vibe 
that he felt was missing. At the height of his 
popularity, he immediately refocused his thriv¬ 
ing DJ career and set his sights on creating a 
unique sound, The Andrew Grant project. 




18 

BIBI B0URELLY 

Sally 

(B. Bourelly, F. Nahounou) 

© 2015 Def Jam Recordings 

Bibi Bourelly appears courtesy of Def Jam Recordings 


Bibisociety.com 

Facebook.com/bibibourellymusic 

Twitter.com/bibibourelly_ 

Residing in LA, 21 year-old Berlin-born, singer-songwriter of Haitian and Moroccan 
descent, has become one of the most sought after songwriters in the industry. Selected 
for TIDAL Rising 2016 and writer of Rihanna’s hit record “Bitch Better Have My Money” 
(BBHM), Bibi has worked with artists such as Usher, Nas and Kanye West. Bibi emerged 
as a solo artist with the track “Ego,” which charted globally at #4 on the Spotify Viral 50. 












THAT POPPY 
Lowlife 

(Moriah Pereira, Sir Nolan, Simon Wilcox) 

® 2015 Island Records 

That Poppy appears courtesy of Island Records 

ThatPoppy.com 

Facebook.com/ThatPoppy 

lnstagram.com/ThatPoppy 

Twitter.com/ThatPoppy 

YouTube.com/ThatPoppyTV 




Boasting a pastel-haired innocence, a danceable sound and a hint of underlying angst, 
That Poppy seems to transcend classification. The doe-eyed singer-songwriter is quirky 
and unconventional, with a style to match. It’s this entirely unique quality that attracted 
the attention of Island Records, to which she is now signed. “I’m so excited to do this,” 
she says of working with the iconic label. 

That Poppy grew up in Nashville, surrounded by music. Her father was a drummer 
in a punk band and her brother followed suit, drumming for multiple groups at once. 
Despite her percussive roots, That Poppy had a different passion: "I was a dancer first, 
that was my first love” 

That Poppy’s world is a colorful one, filled with roller-skating, hair dye and the latest 
documentaries. She loves purple and Pop Rocks and often draws on J-Pop. 

Her music exhibits a kind of dichotomy. Reggae-inspired 
beats, punky rock riffs and a candy-sweet pop sensibility infuse 
each of her tracks, co-existing in a wholly enigmatic manner. 

Her songs are irresistibly catchy, but cheeky lyrics add a depth 
and complexity rarely found in traditional pop songs. Lowlife 
showcases her dynamic vocal talent and offers mischievous 
lyrics like “you’re the highlight of my lowlife.” It’s both playful 
and powerful. Everybody Wants To Be Poppy, her self-proclaimed 
“theme song,” shows a clever sense of humor. “I’m just a princess 
with a pistol,” she sings, and it definitely rings true. 

Poppy is a girly girl who packs a punch. Pastel-colored 
dresses, bright lipstick and bows feature prominently in her 
Internet posts, but so does her eccentric sense of humor. 

That Poppy is all about self-expression. “I write songs because 
I have a lot of things to say,” she states, gushing about the 
opportunity to continue making music and share it with people. 

Her aesthetic definitely says a lot. She’s undeniably adorable, 
with anime eyes and pale hair, but her Instagram posts and 
YouTube videos also showcase an affinity for the uncanny and 
bizarre. She is an enigma, endlessly mysterious and fascinating. In 
fact, when asked to describe herself, That Poppy says she’s “made 
of diamonds.” Whether or not it’s true, she certainly shines. 


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PHOEBE RYAN 
Chronic 

(Phoebe Ryan, Nate Campany, Kyle Shearer) 

® 2016 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment 
Phoebe Ryan appears courtesy of Columbia Records 

Facebook.com/PhoebeRyanMusic 

lnstagram.com/phOeberyan 

Snapchat.com/add/phOeberyan 

Twitter.com/phOeberyan 

Youtube.com/PhoebeRyanVEVO 


“A pop singer primed for stardom” as dubbed by Nylon, LA-based songwriter 
turned indie-pop artist Phoebe Ryan wrote her highly addictive single “Chronic” 
about “romance that is everlasting & won’t go away.” Phoebe’s textured songcraft 
never relies on filler. Seductive exclamations mirror-fog into weary wisps of hope 
and defiance that draw you even closer, all purled into a powerfully evocative vo¬ 
cal style. Her debut EP Mine, including the title track and her debut single “Mine” 
as well as her ingenious hybrid-cover of R. Kelly’s “Ignition” and Miguel’s “Do 
You,” caught the attention of musical stars and tastemakers like Taylor Swift, Tove 
Lo, and Chloe Grace Moretz. Along with songwriting credits including Bea Miller 
and Oh Honey and supporting the tours of Charlie Puth and Smallpools, Phoebe is 
just getting started making her mark as an indie-pop superstar. 























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JODIE ABACUS 

I’ll Be That Friend 

(Jason Jermaine Henry, 

Raphael Aletti) 

® 2016 Household, under license to RCA Records 
Jodie Abacus appears courtesy of RCA Records, 
a Division of Sony Music Entertainment 

Facebook.com/jodieabacus 
Snapchat: Jodie_Abacus 
Twitter & Instagram: @jodieabacus 

Jodie Abacus is a little bit of everything, 
citing Billy Joel, Hall & Oates, Earth, 

Wind & Fire as musical influences. 

With that diverse musical palette, Abacus 
crafted the infectious single, “I’ll Be 
That Friend”, which is retro but modern, 
with Stevie Wonder’s soul, ELO’s strings 
and a message of hope. The irresistible 
single and EP, For Real Life & Not Pretend 
came out of what Abacus describes as 
“the worst, mental, f**k-with-my-head 
year,” that included a break-up with his 
girlfriend of five years and an almost fatal 
bout of pneumonia. The music that was 
his therapy is soon to become everyone 
else’s happy pill. “I must be able to take 
s**t and grow flowers,” he says. “That’s 
my motto.” With that being said, you can 
count on Jodie Abacus to make 2016 a 
fantastic year with his unique brand of 
soulful pop. 




22 

CHRIS LANE 

Fix 

(Sarah Buxton, Jesse Frasure, Abe Stoklasa) 

® 2015 Big Loud Records 

Chris Lane appears courtesy of Big Loud Records 

Facebook.com/imchrislane 
lnstagram.com/iamchrislane 
Snapchat @itschrislane 
Twitter.com/iamchrislane 

Since releasing the addictive single “Fix,” Chris Lane has 
become one of country music’s fastest rising newcomers. 
The record-breaking, Top 25-and-climbing hit “Fix” ac¬ 
cumulated the most first week single adds from a debut 
male artist in Country Aircheck history and has notched 
well over 5,408,227 plus streams on Spotify. Racking up 
shout-outs from celebrities such as Brett Eldredge, Florida 
Georgia Line, Lucy Hale, Dustin Lynch, Cole Swindell, and 
more, he landed at No. 1 on Billboard’s Twitter Real-Time 
Emerging Artist chart the day of release, making the 
irresistible song one of the most shared tracks on Twitter 
in the U.S. from an up-and-coming artist. “Fix” sets the 
tone for his newly released EP (Big Loud Records) of the 
same name, produced by the award-winning Joey Moi. 
Media have applauded his bold, fresh sound and standout 
falsetto; with early raves including ROLLING STONEs “10 
New Country Artists You Need To Know,” YOUNG HOLLY¬ 
WOOD’S “Artist To Watch” list, HELLO! Magazine’s “People 
You Will Be Talking About” and GLAMOUR’S “Music We 
Love.” Lane was also chosen for the select CMT 2016 
LISTEN UP campaign. The talented singer/songwriter 
started his career selling out club shows in his hometown 
of Kernersville, NC. Previously touring with heavy-hitters 
Florida Georgia Line, Nelly and Lee Brice, he recently 
wrapped his run on Dustin Lynch’s largely pre-sold out 
HELL OF A NIGHT Tour and will join Rascal Flatts’ RHYTHM 
& ROOTS Tour this summer. 













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