The 13 Best Things That Happened in Music This Week (March 27)


As social distancing continues amid concerns of coronavirus spreading, music continues to offer some positivity and a ray of light through these uncertain times. 

This week, Taylor Swift contributed to that by donating $3,000 to some fans who are out of work; BTS gave the ARMY some hope with a sweet video; and Elton John announced an exciting all-star benefit concert that's set to air on Sunday (March 29). And of course, there's plenty of new music as well. Dua Lipa, 5 Seconds of Summer, Rosalía, Childish Gambino, Kygo and more are ready to help you dance your worries away. 

Take a look at some of the most uplifting moments of the week below. 


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Childish Gambino officially released 3.15.20 

One week after surprise-dropping a project called Donald Glover Presents on March 15 — which featured no track info and wasn’t even available on Spotify — Childish Gambino (whose real name is Donald Glover) delivered the album to all streaming services, officially titled 3.15.20. While track names were revealed, most are simply titled with the song’s timestamp throughout the album’s 57-minute run time.