Top 5 Anticipated Albums of 2018

Now that we’re spent so very much of the end of 2017 remembering the best from the year that was, it’s time to look forward at what’s to come in the new year.  Here’s a list of the top ten albums we can’t wait for this year!

  1. Camila Cabello- ‘Camila’
    No longer titled The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving., the recently rechristened Camila is easily one of the most-anticipated pop albums of early 2018. The album is to come out January 12th.
  2. Tune-Yards- ‘I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life’
    It’s been since 2014 since we last heard from Merrill Garbus, the brilliant singer/songwriter/producer/musician responsible for one of the more impressive ongoing winning streaks in indie rock. This album is to be released January 19th.
  3. Fall Out Boy- ‘M A N I A’
    Fall Out Boy have long served as one of the model success stories for a rock band surviving the transition to a pop-dominated alternative scene, but they hit a snag in 2017, scrapping their new album and pushing back its release to 2018, explaining “The album just really isn’t ready, and it felt very rushed.” Their album is also being released on January 19th.
  4. Justin Timberlake- ‘Man of the Woods’
    Justin Timberlake barely gave pop fans a chance to get readjusted to the post-Holidays real-world before hitting them with the first pop bombshell of 2018: He’d be releasing his fifth solo album two days before his halftime set at Super Bowl LII on February 2nd.
  5. Charlie Puth- ‘Voicenotes’
    The rapidly maturing Charlie Puth emerged as one of top 40’s most reliable singer/songwriter/producers in 2017. The next step for Puth is a full-length LP as delectable as those singles, and while we were originally scheduled to find out if Puth was up to the task in January with sophomore LP Voicenotes, the album’s exact release date is unknown at the moment. 
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