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Pop music never gets old for me. Maybe it's because I have kids who love it so much...and while that might encourage my keeping up with the times, I sincerely believe I would be jamming out to the radio anyway... even if they were all grown. I just love music! Always have, and I suspect I always will. Compilation CDs always make me happy because they feature so many hits in a row, and who doesn't love to hear their favorites playing, one right after the other? If you like these types of CDs too, I have good news! Just in time for the holidays, Now That's What I Call Music has just put out a new release.
Celebrate the biggest hits this season with NOW 60 and NOW 60 Deluxe! The world’s bestselling multiple artist album series, NOW That's What I Call Music!, will release NOW That's What I Call Music! Vol. 60 on November 4 in a CD, digital and streaming standard edition and in an expanded, 2CD, digital and streaming deluxe edition. NOW That's What I Call Music! is swiftly approaching 100 million album sales in the U.S., with more than 99 million NOW albums sold since the series made its stateside debut in 1998. NOW That's What I Call Music! Vol. 60's standard and deluxe editions both feature 16 major current hits from today's hottest artists, including Calvin Harris featuring Rihanna, Sia featuring Kendrick Lamar, Charlie Puth featuring Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, Britney Spears featuring G-Eazy, Flume featuring Kai, Hailee Steinfeld & Grey featuring Zedd, Daya, Kungs & Cookin' On 3 Burners, Pitbull feat. Flo Rida & Lunchmoney Lewis, Tory Lanez, Katy Perry, X Ambassadors, Coldplay, and Lukas Graham.
Both editions of NOW 60 also feature a new installment of the popular 'NOW What's Next' New Music Preview, spotlighting six specially selected bonus tracks from emerging artists, including Jacob Whitesides, Stanaj, Lany, Weathers, Coin and Aaron Carter. Previous 'NOW What's Next' breakout artists include Walk The Moon, Hot Chelle Rae, Hunter Hayes, Capitol Cities, A Great Big World, and Shawn Mendes, among many others.
1. Calvin Harris featuring Rihanna - This Is What You Came For
2. Sia featuring Kendrick Lamar - The Greatest
3. Charlie Puth featuring Selena Gomez - We Don't Talk Anymore
4. Ariana Grande - Into You
5. Meghan Trainor - Me Too
6. Britney Spears featuring G-Eazy - Make Me
7. Flume featuring Kai - Never Be Like You
8. Hailee Steinfeld & Grey featuring Zedd – Starving
9. Daya - Sit Still, Look Pretty
10. Kungs & Cookin' On 3 Burners - This Girl
11. Pitbull feat. Flo Rida & Lunchmoney Lewis – Greenlight
12. Tory Lanez – Luv
13. Katy Perry – Rise
14. X Ambassadors - Unsteady
15. Coldplay - Hymn For The Weekend
16. Lukas Graham - Mama Said
17. Jacob Whitesides - Lovesick
18. Stanaj - Ain't Love Strange
19. Lany - Ilysb
20. Weathers - Happy Pills
21. Coin - Talk Too Much
22. Aaron Carter - Fool's Gold