On his seventh studio album, Drake’s risktaking is in shaky territory, but is certain to shake dancefloors for a few summers.
Malone’s fourth album strips away the glamour along with the colour.
Rich in emotion and enchanting in sound, You Can’t Kill Me continues to showcase 070 Shake’s talent for remarkable aesthetic.
Presenter, entertainer and artist Yung Filly gears up for the next chapter in his career with “Long Time”.
Rosalía elevates experiments on her third studio album Motomami, traversing through different genres from flamenco, dark pop to reggaeton.
Egyptian singer Bayou collaborates with London producer and rapper Yef for their single “Persian Girl”, an ode to Iranian women of the Middle East.
On his ambitious fifth album, The Weeknd continues down the route of cinematic soundtracks that bridge the past with the future; this time through purgatory bops.
The third studio album from increasingly popular singer-rapper Doja Cat impresses with catchy songs and great features to match.
Jazz extraordinaire John Batiste gears up for the release of his upcoming album, WE ARE, with a promise to restore positive energy in our world.
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