The Most Anticipated Albums of 2021


Let’s focus on some artists who should or could release a new album

Adele (TBD)
The Sunday Times Rich List. File photo dated 25/6/16 of Adele who is now the richest musician under 30 in Britain and Ireland, according to the latest edition of The Sunday Times Rich List. Issue date: Thursday May 4, 2017. The Hello singer’s global success has rocketed her wealth to a cool £125m – an increase of almost 50% in the past year alone. 
Everyone expected a sequel to “25” before now, as the possibilities for six successive numerical titles came and went. But the singer has packed a lot of life experience into what may or may not be called “32,” including a marriage, birth and divorce, and has also made it fairly clear that 2021 will be the year to finally share her fourth album with us. (Variety)


Rihanna (TBD)
Rihanna 51st Annual NAACP Image Awards, Show, Pasadena Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles, USA – 22 Feb 2020. Rihanna’s being dragged to court by a German father-daughter musical duo — King Khan and Saba Lou — who claim she used one of their tracks in an Instagram post advertising Fenty brand accessories.

How long has she been teasing us with a new album? Remember this Instagram message?: “Update: me listening to R9 by myself and refusing to release it.” That was in December… of 2019

Ed Sheeran: “Minus” (TBD)

Although he dropped a new single, Ed Sheeran closes out 2020 with first new music in over a year.
The English artist had a relatively quiet year, yet somehow emerged as the most-streamed UK artist of 2020.Deciding to end the year on a high note, Ed Sheeran has shared a new song as a festive treat for fans.

Lana Del Rey: “Chemtrails Over the Country Club” (TBD)

A new song and album pre-order are available on January 11.
Lana Del Rey has performed ‘Let Me Love You Like A Woman’ on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, marking her first US television appearance in nine years.

Billie Eilish (TBD)

Billie Eilish took the stage at the 2020 American Music Awards tonight (November 22), where she performed her latest single “Therefore I Am” for the first time. She was on a set made up of narrow corridors, and she was joined by her brother.

One more reason to hope for herd immunity as the result of vaccines: the promise of a second full-length Billie Eilish album. “Billie and I are full steam ahead on her next record,” her brother and collaborator Finneas told the Australian Herald-Sun in September.

Brandi Carlile (TBD)

When she was doing one of her “campfire quarantine” livestreams for fans in October, Brandi Carlile revealed that she and Phil and Tim Hanseroth were about to travel to Nashville to record a new album, and even debuted a stunning new composition that was about to be put on tape. It will be her first album since her now three-year-old “By the Way, I Forgive You. Alicia Keys and Brandi Carlile surprised viewers of a voter turnout special  with a duet performance of a new song, “A Beautiful Noise”

St. Vincent (TBD)

“The rumors are true. Annie Clark new record ‘locked and loaded’ for 2021,” Annie Clark tweeted in mid-December. His next sixth album is “a tectonic shift” from his previous material. He added: “I felt I went as far as possible with angularity. I was interested in returning to the music I listened to more than any other: Stevie Wonder records from the early 1970s, Sly and the Stone Family. I studied at the feet of those masters “.

Kacey Musgraves (TBD)

Kacey Musgraves has shared two new songs in 2018, “Butterflies” and “Space Cowboy.”  for the late album Golden Hour. She supposed to have a new one by now.



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