Following the same folklore's patterns ― released by surprise and born from Swift's union with Aaron Dessner and Jack Antonoff ― evermore appears as Swift's most daring album, featuring atmospheric pop ballads and her first country songs in years.
On her newest album, Plastic Hearts, Miley Cyrus finds herself in a perfect sound for her, throwing herself totally into Rock influences and built intimate tracks that also work as organic hits.
In her second project, the British singer and DJ Shygirl makes her erotic desires sharper and with more personality, creating a naughty futuristic night club.
The long-awaited American rapper Megan Thee Stallion's debut is full of good production, sharp lyrics, fun and empowerment. However, even so, it seems to cross the line of enough.
With well-written lyrics and simplistic instrumentals, Stapleton's new album, Starting Over, is an intimate diary that manages to show beauty in the simplest things.
On her fifteenth studio album, DISCO, singer Kylie Minogue takes on the role of a tireless dancer and builds a catchy, fun and well-produced project.
The new album by the British female musical group, Confetti, is full of synthesizers and attempts of celebration, however, constantly sounds without personality.
On his third studio album, British singer Sam Smith dares to go beyond sad ballads and piano songs, delivering a decent pop record with synthesizers and memorable hooks.
On her third album in two years, Ariana Grande changes the direction of her art, delivering effortless lyrics and a sound that isn't innovative or encouraging at all. In other words, the weakest work she has ever released.
Big Thief's lead singer, Adrianne Lenker, releases two new albums, songs and instrumentals, both full of deep feelings, delicacy, sharp writing and a unique beauty.
On their fourth album, the experimental group of Hip Hop, clipping., takes all their characteristics and ambitions to a higher level, delivering a responsible, unique and visceral project.
Accompanied by E Street Band for the first time in six years, Springsteen and his new album, Letter To You, delivers timeless songs cautiously written, loaded with deep feelings and nostalgia. In other words, tracks that were already born canonically.