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The Songs You Need To Add To Your Playlist Right Now

Here are 8 songs you need to get your weekend mood ALL the way together:

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The weekend has finally come, ladies, and nothing says self-care like a new playlist, and as always, xoNecole has you covered.

Along with Doja Cat's vintage-inspired visual for her latest single, "Say So", Pretty Ricky also came out of retirement like they never left with "Body" and our weekend playlist is officially lit AF.

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Scroll below for 8 songs you need to get your weekend mood ALL the way together:

Doja Cat - Say So

Serving hella face, Doja Cat released a video for "Say So" and gave us a boost of throwback flavor we didn't know we needed this weekend. Featuring disco balls, glitter eyeshadow, and bling (oh my!), Doja even paid homage to the Tik Toker who made the song viral by featuring her and her choreography in the video.

Jhené Aiko - Happiness Over Everything (H.O.E) ft. Future, Miguel

Jhené Aiko teamed up with Future and Miguel to give us the third single off of her upcoming album, Chilombo, and as always, slayed our lives in the newly released visual. Jhené also recently revealed her album release date (Mar. 6), and dropped the dates for The Magic Hour Tour, which include stops in Atlanta, Miami, Austin, and Denver.

SZA, Justin Timberlake - The Other Side

After her appearance on this month's cover of Rolling Stone, SZA released her joint single, "The Other Side", with Justin Timberlake, which will be featured on the Trolls motion picture soundtrack.

Pretty Ricky - Body 

The original members of Pretty Ricky just dropped a new single that gave us all of the nostalgia and sent the internet into a tizzy. The project is the group's first new single since 2017 and will likely be on the setlist when they join Omarion and Bow Wow for the Millennium Tour 2020.

Phony Ppl - Fkn Around ft. Megan Thee Stallion 

Our favorite Hot Girl linked up with Phony Ppl to preview this track during her performance on NPR's Tiny Desk Concert and the entertainers finally released an official visual for this track earlier this month.

Victoria Monet - Moment

If you plan on skipping the party this weekend and curling up with a good book or a blunt (or both), Victoria Monet is here to set the ultimate mood with her latest single, "Moment". Whether you want to chill solo or relax with bae, this track is sure to match your energy.

Kehlani - All Me (feat. Keyshia Cole) 

Along with her latest singles with Zedd and Justin Bieber, Kehlani recently dropped her video for her collaboration with Keyshia Cole, "All Me". Although the "Love" singer wasn't featured in the video, Kehlani made sure to pull up with all the beauty looks for this two-part visual.

SAINt JHN - Wedding Day

As always, I had to throw something in here for my fellow hip-hop heads and SAINt JHN's new sh*t will give you all of the vibes. After being nominated for a Grammy and winning an NAACP Award for "Brown Skin Girl", the rapper just released the latest single from his album, Ghetto Lenny's Love Songs.

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