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Album: NOW That's What I Call Music, Vol. 79

Artist: Various Artists

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: cleaned
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 23

  • Copyright: ℗ 2021 UMG Recordings, Inc. and Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For NOW That's What I Call Music, Vol. 79 By Artist Various Artists

Title Artist Time
Astronaut In the Ocean Masked Wolf 2:11 USD Album Only
Friday (feat. Mufasa & Hypeman Riton & Nightcrawlers 2:47 USD Album Only
Kiss Me More (feat. SZA) Doja Cat 3:27 USD Album Only
Peaches (feat. Daniel Caesar & Justin Bieber 3:16 USD Album Only
Beautiful Mistakes (feat. Mega Maroon 5 3:16 USD Album Only
pov Ariana Grande 3:19 USD Album Only
telepatía Kali Uchis 2:38 USD Album Only
deja vu Olivia Rodrigo 3:33 USD Album Only
Your Power Billie Eilish 4:00 USD Album Only
Heartbreak Anniversary GIVĒON 3:16 USD Album Only
Arcade Duncan Laurence 3:02 USD Album Only
Follow You Imagine Dragons 2:53 USD Album Only
Lil Bit Nelly & Florida Georgia Line 3:14 USD Album Only
Way Less Sad AJR 3:26 USD Album Only
You Regard, Troye Sivan & Tate McRae 3:49 USD Album Only
Leave Before You Love Me Marshmello & Jonas Brothers 2:35 USD Album Only
What Love Is (NOW What's Next! Mike Mineo 3:46 USD Album Only
Take Me Where Your Heart Is (N Q 3:10 USD Album Only
Head/Heart (NOW What's Next!) 19&YOU 2:46 USD Album Only
West Like (NOW What's Next!) [ Destiny Rogers 2:57 USD Album Only
Interstellar (NOW What's Next! Carly Gibert 3:13 USD Album Only
More Than Friends (NOW What's Aidan Bissett 3:02 USD Album Only

Reviews For NOW That's What I Call Music, Vol. 79 By Artist Various Artists

  • Bush’s

    By hiiiiiiiiiiiii fannnnn
    Amazing 👍🏻👍🏻
  • Fun to vibe

    By jungkookie/lover##
    I like it
  • Never mind the lack of rap/hip-hop/K-pop/etc.

    By Slave of King Kazma
    Where’s the rock?
  • I love thissss

    By badwold_1244
    5555 out of 5555
  • Darlene

    By Fixxx itttttt
    please stop making these lol. i remember when now 5 first came out. the last one i bought was now 7... cant believe this is still a thing 🤦🏻‍♀️
  • The tracks were alright, but one song is missing.

    By Kadeem L. Stewart
    I did hear a couple of artists and they were okay. But I think NOW 79 is the weakest of all the NOW albums. There’s one track that should’ve been on the album and that’s “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” by Lil’ Nas X. So yeah, another mediocre NOW album.
  • Love this collection of songs

    By love this 😻😍😍
    Tiktok has really helped pick out these songs huh….
  • bruh

    By Vicki Regu
    peaches and astronaut in the ocean?? theyre popular but not good at all. why not add rapstar, butter, permission to dance, etc.
  • meh

    By Gamer 835
    i’m only really here for pov, peaches, kiss me more, deja vu, and your power, but i don’t really like the other ones. astronaut in the ocean is dumb, and the other songs i don’t even know. fractions by nicki minaj, sun goes down and montero by lil nas x, and good 4 u by olivia rodrigo should all be on here.
  • could have been better...

    By Whatever707
    this album could have been way better. most of these songs aren’t even that popular and a few of them are from 2020 and not 2021. also why didn’t i see Rockstar by DaBaby on that?? i would rate this album 2 1/2 but that’s not possible so 3 out of five.

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