Normal New Music Friday oper­a­tions are cancelled this week and from now until the end of time the last Friday of May will always be known as Pop Music Super Friday because JESUS CHRIST WHAT A WEEK FOR POP MUSIC.

Has Katy Perry stormed back with a Zedd-produced, Dagny-inter­pol­at­ing elec­tronic pop thunderer? Yes she has, because JESUS CHRIST WHAT A WEEK FOR POP MUSIC.

Miley Cyrus: has the quite literal daughter of a mother released Mother's Daughter, an inventive spooktune of epic pro­por­tions, along with an entire EP called SHE IS COMING? Naturally! JESUS CHRIST WHAT A WEEK FOR POP MUSIC.

Would it be fair to say that Mark Ronson roped in Camila 'Camila' Cabello for a sad and slinky end-of-the-night jam? Yes it would. JESUS CHRIST WHAT A WEEK FOR POP MUSIC.

How about Rosalía boshing out a full-on superstar-has-landed moment in the shape of Aute Cuture? Yep, because make no mistake JESUS CHRIST WHAT A WEEK FOR POP MUSIC.

If you're in the mood for hearing the song Madeon's entire career has been building towards you're in luck due to this week's execution of the simple equation JESUS + CHRIST = WHAT A WEEK FOR POP MUSIC.

Cheryl! She's been quiet since the last one. But is there, by any chance, a synthy midtem­po­banger called Let You out this week? YES OF COURSE THERE IS BECAUSE JESUS CHRIST WHAT A WEEK FOR POP MUSIC.

Cardi B? JESUS CHRIST WHAT A WEEK FOR POP MUSIC.

Tove Lo? JESUS CHRIST WHAT A WEEK FOR POP MUSIC.

Rita Ora? JESUS CHRIST WHAT A WEEK FOR POP MUSIC.

Charli XCX and Diplo col­lab­or­at­ing on a wobblepop version of the Spice Girls' Wannabe? JESUS CHRIST WHAT A WEEK FOR POP MUSIC.

Bebe Rexha??? Lauv???? Laleh????? Gucci Mane & Justin Bieber?????? King Princess???????? JESUS. CHRIST. WHAT. A. WEEK. FOR. POP. MUSIC.

Also, Ed Sheeran has released an acoustic version of I Don't Care.