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Luke Bryan, who performed at the 51st annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on Nov. 8, 2017 in Nashville, released a new album on Friday. Rick Diamond/Getty Images

The weather is getting colder, but the new music releases are only heating up.

Add these new songs from Luke Bryan, Kate Voegele and more to your playlist, or make a completely new one just of these tracks and get ready to enjoy your music-filled weekend.

Luke Bryan - “Hungover In A Hotel Room”

The new Bryan album, “What Makes You Country,” came out on Friday, which automatically makes it a good music day. When you add in that it’s a 15-song album, it’s even better. Then you listen to this song and realize you have to listen to it 20 more times before you can even move on. This country song and album is your official welcome to this week’s New Music Friday.

Kate Voegele - “Shoot This Arrow”

The talented singer is spending her birthday today doing what she does best: Pouring her heart and soul into her music and releasing it into the world. This song is not only musically special because of the emotion and strength in her voice and the ridiculously catchy and angsty melody that fills the tune, but it's also socially special as well. Voegele is sharing this song amid the #MeToo movement, which saw the women of “One Tree Hill” banding together in solidarity and strength, and she is dedicating it to all of the silence breakers.

Big Sean & Metro Boomin - “Savage Time”

If you’re ready to go on a musical journey that you didn’t truly know was heading your way, Big Sean & Metro Boomin’s new album, “Double or Nothing,” out today, is what you need to be listening to. Either start from the beginning or start from “Savage Time” and find your own way around.

Eminem - “Untouchable"

The rapper’s highly-anticipated new album, “Revival,” is due out Dec. 15, and this track is what fans needed to hold them over. Classic Eminem fire, mixed with a new rock aesthetic, makes it an interesting song that listeners will be unraveling all the way to next Friday.

Liam Payne - “Bedroom Floor (Acoustic)”

A song like this begs to have an acoustic version. While the original is a great track, this version brings a new side to it and allows all the lyrics to really be heard and enjoyed above a softer musical backing.

G-Eazy feat. Charlie Puth - “Sober”

The track starts off with Puth’s sultry-smooth voice and listeners immediately have no choice but to continue to listen for the duration of the song. The track easily transitions when G-Eazy comes in, and the combo of their voices and styles is a perfect mix.

Charli XCX feat. Tove Lo and ALMA - “Out Of My Head”

If this song is any indication, then fans can expect a perfect pop mixtape from the singer on Dec. 15, when she releases “Pop 2.” Always interesting, always fun and always merely Charli XCX, she never goes wrong.

Aaron Carter - “Don’t Say Goodbye”

When it comes down to it, Carter just always knows how to make simple, yet great, pop songs, and this one is no exception.

Greyson Chance - “Low”

Borrowing tonal qualities from Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran, Chance shows off his beautiful voice and rich emotion in this new single.

Nick Galitzine - “Honey”

Heading into the winter and colder weather, this song and Galitzine’s sultry voice are the perfect way to warm you up.