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Kylie makes our hearts race, Conan Gray goes ’80s, Thomas Headon takes us for a ride: Your weekly bop roundup

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From pop music royalty to some newcomers on the scene, let’s take a look into what this week had to offer us in this week’s edition of “bop after bop“:The actual queen of the gays has returned to bless us all with her pulsating new hit “Padam Padam”.

Kylie is no stranger to an infectious bop that leaves you sprinting to the dancefloor, and her new track proves she is a master of her craft. “Padam Padam” is a sleek and hypnotic electro-pop masterpiece, with the singer sensually recounting a steamy encounter, laced with imagery of her heart beating faster, captured in the song’s title.

The music video showcases the pop icon clad in custom red Mugler attire, accompanied by backup dancers dressed in matching striking red, as they dance across various locations throughout L.A., such as a diner, motel room, and junkyard (places only Kylie could effortlessly serve in).

As the lead single from her upcoming album, Tension, “Padam Padam” and her decades-spanning career prove that Kylie is in her own lane in the highly-saturated pop world, one that only she can walk in.“Padam Padam” is in the running to be the song of the summer and the gays have been whipped into a euphoric frenzy.Conan Gray steps back in time in order to make an ambitious leap forward with his new single “Never Ending Song”.

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