Fifth Harmony, Kid Ink, Diana Krall & More Release Today

The deluxe version of Fifth Harmony’s Reflection album was released today. The 14-song effort has tunes featuring Kid Ink, Tyga and Meghan Trainor. The band heads out on a U.S. tour Feb. 27.

Kid Ink enlists several artists on his 12-song Full Speedalso out today. R. Kelly, Usher, Tinashe, Chris Brown, Dej Loaf, Migos, Trey Songz, Young Thug, and Bricc Baby Shitro all add to the rapper/producer’s latest. His only scheduled show is Feb. 12 in Dubai.

Jazz singer Diana Krall tackles pop classics on her album Wallflower, which was scheduled to be released in November but was postponed because Krall had pneumonia. Michael Bublé joins her on “Alone Again (Naturally),” the only tune on the album not streaming on Spotify’s free service. Blake Mills, Bryan Adams and Georgie Fame also lend their voices. She has tour dates scheduled in the U.S. and Canada from Feb. 25 to  Aug. 30, then she heads to Europe at the end of September.

Charli XCX added the Phantogram remix of her song “Break the Rules” to Spotify.

Two new songs from the Fifty Shades of Grey Soundtrack are out now: “I Know You” by Skylar Grey and “One Last Night” by Vaults.

Modest Mouse released a third single, “The Best Room,” from their upcoming Strangers to Ourselves, which is scheduled to release in March.

Other full albums available for streaming today include: Thousand Thursday by Michna; the five-song EP This Side of Paradise by Hayley Kiyoko; Te Odio Los Sabados by Raquel Sofia; the deluxe edition of Legacy — De Lìder a Legend Tour by Yandel; Hyperview by Title Fight; Afraid of Ghosts by Butch Walker; and the four-song EP Y & Y by Years & Years.

Other singles include: “A Little Too Much” by Shawn Mendes; “Billion” by Mat Kearney; “Coming Home” and “Better Man” by Leon Bridges; “2AM” by Astrid; “I’m Good” by The Mowgli’s; “Pedestrian at Best” by Courtney Barnett; “I’m a Ruin” by Marina and the Diamonds; “Freakout!” and “Ordinary Man” by Mini Mansions; “Hurricane” by MisterWives; and “Midnight,” “Now and Again,” “Headlights” and “Hold the Phone” by Tor Miller.

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