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New Music Roundup: Chris Brown, Nightly & Teenear

Alt-pop and sweet summer jams.

Jeffery Duran // Celebrity Monitor

Chris Brown, "Bring It Back" Feat. T-Pain

After linking with 50 Cent on "No Romeo No Juliet," Chris Brown reunites with his "Kiss Kiss" collaborator T-Pain on their latest one-off "Bring It Back." 'Pain handles the money-making hook, while Breezy harmonies throughout the track boasting, "Check the chain and the wristwatch/ So much ice on me, I can't hear it tick-tock." The bouncy effort gears up for T-Pain's forthcoming LP, Stoicville: The Phoenix , and Breezy's collaborative mixtape with OHB, Before da Trap: Nights in Tarzana. Listen to the fellas "Bring It Back" above.— Shante' Merida

Nightly, "XO"

Nashville's rising alternative-pop group NIGHTLY has released their debut single "XO." The song, which originally premiered on the city's ALT 98.3 radio station, has started to gain some traction since its introduction. And, if you listen to it, you will get hooked, too. The high-energy, pop-styled track, which has a sound that is popular amongst young women, tweeners and lovers of alt-pop, has great potential. Wouldn't be surprised to hear this song on more radio stations within the next couple of months. You heard it here. — Erin Ashley Simon

Teenear, "Streetlights"

First things first, if the drums on this don't remind you of J-Kwon's "Tipsy" or Robin Thicke's "Wanna Love You Girl," you missed out on a great part of the mid-2000s and you are not forgiven. This song though follows Teenear as she tries to balance her love life with her new career. She's the newly-signed artist to Slip-N-Slide Records and though the lyrics may be a little too cutesy for your taste ("Baby, if you need anything you can just text me / I won't say no"), it's an undeniably sweet summer Jam.— Danielle Cheesman

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