A weekly playlist for the listener with a one-track mind

Wu-Tang featuring RZA: “Only the Rugged Survive”
The original Odd Future return with this RZA-centric track from their first disc in almost four years: “Wu-Tang Legendary Weapons.”

Jhene Aiko: “Club Stranger” (Nguzunguzu remix)
The L.A. duo work all kinds of strange magic on this formerly delicate track from underrated pop singer (and long-ago B2K collaborator) Aiko.

Making Friendz: “Situation”
The latest project from Tami Hart (sometime member of MEN) is a fizzy cocktail of Best Coast, scuzzed-out indie pop and four-track punk, complete with a bodily-fluids-happy video that’s NSFW, unless you work in a pornographic milkshake factory.

Diggy Simmons: “Copy, Paste”
The much-hyped, absurdly adorable teenage MC (and son of Rev Run) finally drops his major-label debut single, an understated, deftly done banger.

Radiohead: 20 best cover songs
In which Radiohead cover Neil Young, turn in history’s only unironic version of “Rhinestone Cowboy,” then cover Neil Young again. Also: Bjork!

— Allison Stewart