From PinkPantheress' latest pretty pop hit to Central Cee's hyped collab with Lil Baby, here are all the tracks you need to hear this week.

‘Turn it up’ by PinkPantheress

Babe, wake up! PinkPantheress is back with another pretty sub-three minute pop banger, called ‘Turn it up’. Getting the party started with twinkling melodies and bubble-gum beats, the singer blows out her emotions and pops them with a chugging y2k production. Timeless music from one of Britain’s foremost innovators.

‘BAND4BAND’ by Central Cee, Lil Baby

Clocking up over 1.5 million views in less than a day, the much-teased music video for ‘BAND4BAND’ by Central Cee and Lil Baby shows off their incredibly lavish lifestyles. A rainbow of Lamborghinis skirt around the capital as the artist’s flex their chains and wads of cash. Not only that, the transatlantic crossover hook, “We can go band for band” says Central Cee before Lil Baby responds, “Fuck that, we can go m for m”, will be in your head all weekend.

‘Sunburnt Shoulders’ by Bea and her Business

”I’m terrified of romance,” admits Bea and her Business on the opening line of ‘Sunburnt Shoulders’. Over plucky acoustic instrumentation, the singer opens up about her fear of loneliness, as she looks longingly at couples unsure of where someone can fit into her own life.

'Sexy to Someone' by Clairo

‘Victory Lap’ by K-Trap

As we draw ever closer to K-Trap's debut album, the drill kingpin has started running his ‘Victory Lap’. Sprinting across triumphant horns and throbbing 808s, the rapper pulls out his chains and heads for the finish line, shining them in front of the camera, televising his justified bravado and status at the top of the game.

‘ur a bundle of joy !’ by Niko B

It’s finally here, Niko B’s debut album, dog eat dog foot world! Stop what you’re doing and immerse yourself in his cartoon-like universe, filled with relatable punchlines and idiosyncratic rhymes. On ‘ur a bundle of joy !’ he shows that he can do it all, singing in an infectious falsetto over slap-bass instrumentation and summery funk.

‘Flava’ by Shenseea, Coi Leray

One of the most in demand rising pop stars, Shenseea proves what all the hype is about on her new album, Never Gets Late Here. Standout track ‘Flava’, featuring Coi Leray, is a shimmery bop, transfusing dulcet harmonies, catchy hooks and vibrant production.

‘Shame On The Devil’ by Vince Staples

Vince Staples doesn’t seem to be getting any happier. On his new album, Dark Times the Long Beach rapper navigates intrusive thoughts and anxiety over tender, shadowy production. ‘Shame On The Devil’ soul searches deeply, as he questions the world around him and how he can fit within it.

‘Caught Up’ by FLO

FLO have really found their formula. The Latin-infused instrumental bangs, and the harmonies provide a top tier girlband energy on ‘Caught Up’, where the trio puff out their chests and stake a claim as the real ‘It’ group this decade. If you need some sass in your life, you could do a lot worse than sticking this track on your headphones.

‘NIGHTCAP’ by Ashbeck, El Londo

You might’ve seen it on a billboard in north west London, or plastered across their socials, but the third instalment of Ashbeck and El Londo’s collaborative tape series, Ashlondo, hit streaming services today. Fans will be happy to know that it doesn’t disappoint. ‘NIGHTCAP’, with its jumpy beat and unmistakable wordplay, provides an earworm-worthy highlight.