The 5 best new songs you can stream right now

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J. Cole.
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Now that new music comes out every Friday – though not always on every streaming service – it can be hard to know where to find the next great song.

To help you out, Business Insider compiles this rundown of the best new music you can stream right now.

This week, J. Cole seemed to diss Kanye West in a new song, and the Rolling Stones released a spirited blues cover album.

Check out this week’s best new songs:


J. Cole — “False Prophets”

J. Cole released a 40-minute documentary in anticipation of his upcoming album, “4 Your Eyez Only” (due out December 9). In one of the featured songs, “False Prophets,” Cole seems to sharply address Kanye West, his former “hero” who he thinks is “falling apart but we deny it,” over a recycled Joey Bada$$ beat.

Listen to the song at the 30:40 mark in the doc below:


Childish Gambino — “Have Some Love”

Aside from its two previously released singles, “Have Some Love” is the sole standout from “Awaken, My Love!” a largely lackluster new album by Childish Gambino (Donald Glover). The uplifting track finds Glover playing the lead in a Sly and the Family Stone-style soul anthem.


Run the Jewels — “Legend Has It”

Killer Mike and El-P return with their signature intense verses and eccentric production on the lead single for their forthcoming, third “Run the Jewels” album.


Salaam Remi & Miguel — “Come Through and Chill”

Veteran producer Salaam Remi and R&B singer Miguel combine forces on the laid-back, guitar-led “Come Through and Chill” for Remi’s “Do It for the Culture” song campaign.


The Rolling Stones — “Ride ‘Em on Down”

“Blue & Lonesome,” the Stones’ first album in 11 years, finds the English rock greats covering American blues standards. In the new video for “Ride ‘Em on Down,” their cover of Eddie Taylor’s 1955 classic, actress Kristen Stewart dances and drives wildly in a blue Ford Mustang through the streets of a post-apocalyptic Los Angeles.