New on Spotify: Meghan Trainor, Mark Ronson, Jennifer Lawrence & More

If you’ve ever wanted to hear Jennifer Lawrence sing, you have your chance. James Howard’s “The Hanging Tree (Rebel Remix)” features Lawrence’s vocals. The song, which is from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay soundtrack was released on Spotify on Tuesday, Jan. 13.

Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars have climbed the charts with “Uptown Funk.” The song and 10 others on Ronson’s Uptown Special are also on Spotify. The album features collaborations with Stevie Wonder, Andrew Wyatt, Kevin Parker, Mystikal, Keyone Starr and Jeff Bhasker.

The deluxe version of Meghan Trainor’s Title is out today. The album has 15 tracks, including her hit “All About That Bass.”

Ella Henderson’s full album Chapter One is also streaming on the free music service.

“Love Me Like You Do,” Ellie Goulding’s single from the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack, has been also been making headlines and is available. The rest of the soundtrack isn’t up yet.

Other multi-track releases include Panda Bear’s album Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper; Jason Derulo’s live Spotify Sessions; Angus & Julia Stone’s live Spotify Sessions; Avici’s two-track remixes The Days/The Nights; Kat Dahlia’s full album, My Garden; Justin Townes Earle’s album Absent Fathers; Kidz Bop 27; comedian Woody Allen’s The Stand-Up Years: 1964-1968; and Gavin James’ Live at Whelans.

New singles include “Uma Thurman” from Fall Out Boy; “Our Own House” from Misterwives; “Any Emotions” from Mini Mansions;  a radio edit of SNBRN’s single “Raindrops”; “A Beginning Song” from The Decemberists; “Missing You Tonight” from Striking Matches; “Biscuit” from Ivy Levan; “Get It” from Matt and Kim; “No Shadow” from Ryan Adams; “Criminal Image” from Screaming Females; “Querida” from Juan Gabriel; “This Is Living” from Hillsong Young & Free; and “We’ll Be the Stars” from Sabrina Carpenter.

In case you missed it, Rae Sremmurd SremmLife album was released on Spotify last week, as was Brian Courtney Wilson’s deluxe live album Worth Fighting For. Oscar winner “Glory” by Common and John Legend — which is from the Selma soundtrack — is also available for streaming.

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