The 10 Songs You Need To Know This Week

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Each week, the HuffPost Entertainment team will compile and share some of our favorite tracks discovered across the web, whether they are brand new tunes, new music videos or newly discovered artists.

Viceroy - “The Life” ft. Penguin Prison

Viceroy's "The Life" is about as poppy as can be, but that isn't a bad thing. While the track may not be prime off-summer material, try not to imagine yourself drinking the finest liquor out of some awesome giant fruit you've never heard of in some tropical haven, having the best time with all of your friends. You can't, because "The Life" is that scenario.

Vic Mensa - “Feel That”

Vic Mensa dropped the audio for "Feel That" back in February, and now he adds some tripped out visuals paired with a cameo appearance by his Save Money buddy, Chance The Rapper. If the rest of his "Street Lights" EP is as good as this track and "Down On My Luck," it will be more than a dose of fun.

From Indian Lakes - “Sleeping Limbs”

From Indian Lakes' "Able Bodies" was one of the most passionate, unique entrances to the indie rock scene in years. "Sleeping Limbs," the first release from the group's upcoming record, "Absent Sounds," proves again that the band can't write a bad song.

Bad Rabbits - “Can’t Back Down”

We didn't think it was possible for Bad Rabbits to be any more rousing, and then they go and release the "Dusted" EP, reimagining several of their songs in acoustic fashion.

There For Tomorrow - “Racing Blood”

There For Tomorrow is the band that you listened to several years back and then randomly remembered one day. While 2011's "The Verge" felt like they just hadn't fully found their sound, singles "Racing Blood" and "Dark Purple Sky" showcase a band that is ready to make the jump to a much wider audience.

B.o.B. - “Drunk AF” ft. Ty Dolla $ign

B.o.B. did not disappoint with his "No Genre 2" mixtape, and one of the best cuts being the string-and-piano laden "Drunk AF," the beat courtesy of Ty Dolla $ign.

Skrizzly Adams - "Me and You"

While hick-hop (aka country rap) just sounds like the most awful idea to have ever been introduced to music, Skrizzly Adams finds a balance that takes the best of both sounds and produces some extremely catchy tunes.

PARTYNEXTDOOR - “Recognize” ft. Drake

PARTYNEXTDOOR is less than two weeks from dropping his second album, and who better to recruit on his latest offering than his OVO Sound boss, Drake.

Doley Bernays - “Prey”

Doley Bernays is a rapper who you may not be familiar with, but with tracks like "Prey," the struggle will soon be over for this Bronx native.

Becky Hill - “Caution To The Wind”

After making her mark on "The Voice UK" back in 2012, Becky Hill is working hard to keep the buzz alive. "Caution To The Wind" has it all: powerful vocals, a danceable beat (one that is just begging to be remixed) and lyrics that can relate to everyone.

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