Olivia Rodrigo’s debut album is pure lyrical genius and shows a talent that will undoubtedly continue to grow.
Olivia Rodrigo's debut album, "Sour," is comprised of 11 emotionally-charged tracks (Image courtesy of Geffen Records).
The singer’s sixth album uses purposeful pop to cheer us up amidst the pandemic
The singer’s third album is a refreshing reflection of her last four years
Eilish's debut studio album is a wonderful ride through the singer-songwriter's psyche
In just the few weeks since its April 27 release, Beerbongs and Bentleys, the second album by Austin Post (professionally known as Post Malone), has already proven to be a historical hit. It debuted at No. 1 on the US Billboard 200 and has held down the spot for three weeks, set national and global streaming record on Spotify and was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). However, these numerous awards and achievements are not necessary to understand the quality of the album; the music speaks for itself.
Lana Del Rey initially captured the world in her first studio album "Born To Die." Her stellar 80's style voice shined in songs like "Video Games" and "Born to Die." She captivated listeners when she cleverly blended her slow vintage voice with modern, pop-inspired beats to create the hit track "Summertime Sadness." Del Rey's songs usually are filled with somber notes and dark undertones, but her highly anticipated album "Lust For Life," released on July 21, was predicted to be a more upbeat album.
With his third studio album "The Origin of Love," which was released in the United States on Tuesday, British singer Mika continues to display the theatricality and unconventionality that his international fan base loves.
Although holiday songs may never change, it's always refreshing to see new artists recreate the classics.
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