Both tracks offer up distinctly different flavours of Bridges' smooth-as-hell sound and preview upcoming second record Good Thing, which will apparently also have "some great R&B, disco, dance moments" and "some weird R&B vibes".

Bridges debuted "Bet Ain't Worth The Hand" and "Bad Bad News" on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 show, and spoke a bit about what to expect from the follow up to 2015 debut Coming Home.

Good Thing is expected 4 May via LisaSawyer63/Columbia. You can pre-order now via iTunes.