2020 has come to an end (finally!) And, with it, a legacy of incredible albums that have turned the past year into one of the best in music. Among the incredible works we had the long awaited comeback of Lady Gaga with “Chromatica” and two surprise releases by Taylor Swift (“Folklore” and “Evermore”, the one nominated for the Grammy of the album of the year). Dua Lipa, The Weeknd, Fiona Apple, Bob Dylan, Megan Thee Stallion, Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus were also some of the names that have dominated the previous twelve months.
Now it’s time to celebrate the start of a new era – and for that we have separated a list of the most anticipated albums of 2021. We put in our picks the albums that have already been confirmed and have a date planned release or not.
Still without a confirmed day, ‘Certified Lover Boy’ marks the second album in just over a year by famous rapper Drake. Even without many details being revealed – something strange, given that we are already in the month of release – the work is known to have the single “Laugh Now Cry Later”, released there. a few months.
Released: February 5
Four years after the compilation “Concrete and Gold” – and a very successful namesake tour – rock band Foo Fighters have already confirmed that “Medicine at Midnight” is coming. Produced alongside Greg Kurstin, the tenth studio album will be released in February and is accompanied by the singles “Shame Shame” and “No Son of Mine” (the latter released today).
Release: February 12
The a capella group Pentatonix rose to fame after competing in The Sing-Off competition and has since followed an extremely successful journey that includes three Grammy statuettes and a collaboration with none other than Dolly Parton. For 2021, they have prepared for their fans the next “The Lucky Ones”, which includes the singles “Happy Now” and “Be My Eyes”.
Release: February 12
It’s been a long time since Taylor Momsen shocked us with her well-known band The Pretty Reckless – but the break is ending. Following the release of the eponymous single, Momsen confirmed that “Death by Rock and Roll” will be available on all digital platforms on February 12, which also includes the song “25”.
THE BEST IS YET TO COME, Bonnie Tyler
Released: February 26
A music legend returns in 2021, two years after his last phonographic foray: Bonnie Tyler. The iconic Welsh singer and songwriter, who rose to prominence in the late 1970s, promises to return to her roots with her 18th album of originals, ‘The Best Is Yet to Come’ – whose aesthetics we recalls the colorful liveliness of the last decades of the last century. .
Released: February 26
With production from Leroy Clampitt and One Love, Madison Beer’s next debut album has been in development for two years and has seen its ups and downs. Previously scheduled for 2019, work has been postponed until February of this year and serves as a sequel to the EP ‘As She Pleases’, in addition to featuring tracks such as “Selfish”, “Boyshit” and “Good in Goodbye” .
Released: March 19
Following the release of his 20th solo studio album, Ringo Starr, a former Beatles drummer, has announced a new EP titled “Zoom In”. The brief collection is just five titles, but it already promises to be one of the biggest releases of the year, with contributions from none other than Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl and Finneas.
Released: March 26
Evanescence appeared on our Most Anticipated List last year, but the pandemic caused production delays and carried over to “The Bitter Truth” until this year. Scheduled for March, the album is the rock band’s first release in more than three years and promises to be a dark and heavy journey, according to lead singer Amy Lee.
Shortly after the famous “Norman Fucking Rockwell!”, Lana Del Rey had already announced “Chemtrails Over the Country Club” as her next album. Originally scheduled for last year, compilation has been postponed to 2021 due to production delays. Either way, Del Rey will resume a hugely successful partnership with iconic producer Jack Antonoff, who has worked with names like Swift, Lorde, and The Chicks.
Five years and several successes later, it’s time for iconic group OneRepublic, who worked with Cyrus on the big ‘Plastic Hearts’ in 2020, to resume an active life. ‘Human’ has been in the works since 2019 and already has four singles, but still does not have a confirmed release date. If everything goes according to plan, chances are we’ll have the fifth album sooner than expected.
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