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Artists returned to their roots and reflected on their past trials and tribulations in this week’s new music. But which release is your favorite?

Taylor Swift and Maren Morris have us all over their collab “You All Over Me (Taylor’s Version),” Swift’s first offering “From the Vault” ahead of her re-recorded Fearless release on April 9. The previously unreleased song from the Fearless era evokes the old country soul of Tay’s heyday.

Lil Nas X stays true to himself in his namesake opus “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” a rhythmic-pop number perfect for giving the devil a lap dance and opening the door “for many other queer people to simply exist,” according to a letter he addressed to his 14-year-old self.

But Demi Lovato’s “Dancing With the Devil” represents something much different than the rapper’s fiery music video. Her unflinching authenticity in the gripping ballad re-examines her 2018 heroin overdose and serves as a prelude for her upcoming album Dancing With the Devil… The Art of Starting Over.

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So which new music release are you all over? Vote below!

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