Words by Amiyah Golden
Little Dragon continues to create music that is far from the ordinary. The Swedish band releases their sixth studio album, “Slugs of Love” calling it their, “…finest work yet.” With music that spans the spectrum, this album guarantees a unique sound.
As Swift continues to re-record her previous albums, “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” is the third installment of her taking back ownership of her music. The album will feature all the original hits like “Back to December” and “Sparks Fly” but will also feature new songs in collaboration with Fall Out Boy and Hayley Williams of Paramore.
The singer known for hits such as “Skinny Love” and “Not About Angels” releases “Portraits,” a follow-up to the 2021 release of her LP “Young Heart.” Expect nothing less than evoking lyrics and a beautiful accompaniment from the UK singer.
Greta Van Fleet
If you love Led Zeppelin, Greta Van Fleet’s modern embodiment will leave you speechless. Their latest release, “Starcatcher,” is expected to be nothing short of amazing with every song transporting listeners into a new realm.
The K-pop group releases their second EP, “Get Up,” this month. The six-track project will also feature a music video for each song.
With hits such as “I Fall Apart,” “Congratulations” and “White Iverson” Post Malone releases his fifth album, “Austin.” With singles like “Mourning,” fans can expect a variety of music from the singer/rapper on this upcoming project.
The Chicago rapper releases her new album, “Sundial,” this July. While no specific date has been announced, it is certainly a project worth waiting for. With impactful lyricism, Noname continually crafts a sound that’s invoking and thoughtful with an emphasis on real world events, ideas and experiences.