DJ Khaled's new album includes collaborations with heavyweights like Jay-Z, Nas, Justin Timberlake, Cardi B, Justin Bieber, Drake, Lil Wayne, Megan Thee Stallion, and HER among others.
Yves Tumor's new album, Safe in the Hands of Love, is a progression, while also serving to take Tumor closer to radio-friendly alt-rock.
Everything is Love review: Beyoncé, Jay-Z celebrate their wealth, power, black identity in grand new album
On Everything is Love, Jay-Z and Beyoncé rap about being on top of the music industry and amassing an unimaginable amount of wealth; all while being black.
While ye is not nearly as experimental or extravagant as Kanye West's earlier releases, it is an important Kanye release for his fans.
Although the Mahanati soundtrack may not be your typcial commerical album, it still manages to keep you smiling and make you nostalgic.
Rangasthalam music review: Devi Sri Prasad's soundtrack perfectly reflects rural essence of Ram Charan-starrer
Rangasthalam is definitely Tollywood's hatke album of the year, with not one commercial track.
Ahead of the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, we take a close look at the album most likely to win Album of the Year and the most deserving one.
Kesha makes a glorious comeback with the gut-wrenching Rainbow, which highlights her transformative struggle following a three-year bitter legal battle with Dr Luke.
Laura Marling's sixth studio album is in her own words, “an exploration of womanhood.” It has been nominated for a Grammy Award in the Best Folk Album category.
Thaana Serndha Kootam music review: Anirudh Ravichander's latest album is low on romance, high on fun
Anirudh Ravichander has composed songs for Suriya for the first time and the Thaana Serndha Kootam album seems to have many hits, albeit with its share of misses
If Eminem was trying to bring his music full circle with Revival, he's still only halfway there.
Arcade Fire's most recent album, Everything Now, marks their official departure from an indie-rock to a more dance-friendly soundscape.
Red Pill Blues is another unambitious project from Maroon 5, who seem to have lost their identity as they plummet further into the abyss of pedestrian pop and soulless R&B.
Plunge, the second and long-awaited album by Fever Ray, interrogates the time we live in | #FWeekend
Colors, the new album by Beck, reminds you of a purer time in both life and music
St. Vincent has created a thing of haunting beauty in MASSEDUCTION by revealing her most personal turmoils in her most accessible album till date.
The release of OK Computer in 1997 was a watershed moment for music lovers of the millennial era. 20 years later, Radiohead has reminded us, in a remastered reissue, that its themes are ever-relevant.
But even in these sentimental covers, Bob Dylan doesn’t serenade, he analyses instead
Get your dancing shoes and passport ready and journey with Drake to Jamaica, the UK and South Africa. More Life, it is, indeed.
Blue & Lonesome might just be The Rolling Stones’ most inspired work in a long, long time.