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Playlist: 10 tracks you need to hear

By and Lewis Corner
Listen to our ten favourite new tracks below, including Jessie J, One Direction, Ciara and The Weeknd.

Jessie J: 'Crazy 'Bout You' (release date tbc)
The singer-songwriter returns with what she does best - a massive emotional ballad that shows off her sky-soaring range. If you're thinking it would make a good movie soundtrack, then funnily enough it will be heard in upcoming flick Silver Linings Playbook. LC



One Direction: 'Little Things' (out November 12)
The group have stripped back the bouncy production for their latest single, which sees them reassuring their ladies (once again) over a gentle acoustic riff helmed - unsurprisingly - by crooner-du-jour Ed Sheeran. RC



The Weeknd: 'Enemy' (out now as a free download)
The singer continues his mission to become the prince of prog-R&B and achieves it with ease. Smooth vocals, echoed beats and trickling synths make this another effortless masterpiece from Abel Tesfaye. LC



Carly Rae Jepsen: 'This Kiss' (out now)
Carly is pulling out all the stops to avoid the one-hit wonder tag with her new single, which is just as sweet and worryingly addictive as 'Call Me Maybe'. In fact, it's hard to believe that it's come at the (helping) hands of LMFAO's RedFoo. RC



Fridge Magnets: 'She Don't Dance' (out November 18)
The Scottish five-piece follow-up the success of buzz track 'Feeling Grows' with 'She Don't Dance'; a neat slice of moody indie-electro that feels both chart and dancefloor-friendly. RC



Stooshe: 'See Me Like This' (out November 4)
Following their curious step of covering TLC's 'Waterfalls', Stooshe continue the '60s-inspired girl group melodrama heard on 'Black Heart' with 'See Me Like This' - a bouncy, Supremes-esque number that once again confidently displays their tight harmonies. RC



Ciara: 'Got Me Good' (out November 5)
Pacey R&B beats and some quick-tongue vocals make this a welcome return for Ciara. What's more, the diva proves she's still got some seriously impressive moves in the accompanying music video. LC



Faye: 'Breathe Out' (out now)
Those who remember globally successful Swedish girl group Play ('Us Against The World' anyone?) will already be familiar with Faye, who after years in the pop wilderness has transformed herself into an extraordinary singer poised for big things in 2013. RC



Pitbull ft. Christina Aguilera: 'Feel This Moment' (release date tbc)
Pitbull's ludicrous raps, Xtina's mega vocals and an earworm A-ha sample probably mean this will be a hit in the clubs come New Year's Eve. LC



K Koke ft. Maverick Sabre: 'Turn Back' (out November 25)
The rapper teams up with soulful crooner Maverick Sabre for this ode to life's hardships on the streets of urban Britain. LC



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