The year has already started so well for music lovers.
A good number of magical albums from Arlo Parks, Celeste, Joeboy, Foo Fighters, Hailey Williams, Pooh Shiesty, VanJess, The Weeknd, SIA, Slowthai, Ghetts, Kelly Rowland, Mr Eazi, Drakeo The Ruler, Sam Smith, Drake, Tory Lanez, Chika, Nick Jonas, Selena Gomez, Benny Blanco, Karol G, Rod Wave and Demi Lovato were released.
Justin Bieber as well as Taylor Swift, Conway The Machine, Eric Church, Greta Van Fleet, London Grammar, Paul McCartney, Cordae, Lil Yatchy, Moneybagg Yo, Morray, DJ Khaled, Royal Blood, Rag’n’Bone Man, 21 Savage, Jorja Smith, J Cole, St. Vincent, Olivia Rodrigo, Pink, Twenty One Pilots among a host of others have also been released.
However, with that many albums already out, just to list a few, we can still look forward to much more beautiful music from some of our favourite stars as we slowly edge closer to the second half of the year.
Billie Eilish is set to release her sophomore album, “Happier Than Ever”, and the excitement level is through the roof. The album is due on 30 July 2021. As is with the leader of the new generation, you can expect nothing but the best from her.
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Since her debut album back in 2019, Billie has released a couple of singles along the way including “everything I wanted,” “No Time to Die,” “my future,” “Therefore I Am,” and more recently, “Lo Vas a Olvidar” with Rosalia. Some of these singles would be included in the album as well.
The grammy award winner would undoubtedly make another giant stride with the forthcoming album as fans anticipate what could be the biggest record of 2021.
— Maroon 5 (@maroon5) May 24, 2021
Another amazing body of work fans are yearning for is Maroon 5’s seventh studio album, “Jordi”. It would feature guest appearances from Nipsey Hustle, Juice Wrld, Megan Thee Stallion among others.
“Jordi” is a 14-track body of work and it would be released officially on Monday 24 May 2021.
The album is a tribute to the band’s longtime manager, Jordan Feldstein, who died in 2017.
DMX’s posthumous album, “Exodus”, also drops on 28 May 2021.
— DMX (@DMX) May 24, 2021
Other albums to look out for in 2021
- Moby – Reprise (May 28)
- Wolf Alice – Blue Weekend (June 4)
- Migos – Culture III (June 11)
- Olamide – UY Scuti (June 14)
- BTS – BTS, the Best (June 16)
- Justine Skye – Space & Time (June 25)
- Lana Del Rey – Blue Banisters (July 4)
- Bleachers – Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night (July 30)