On her first album after her overdose, Demi Lovato sings powerfully about learning from her past and building a better future.
Josiah Wise's second studio album demonstrates that the New York-based singer is in better clouds, singing about affection and Black gay love through bold and ambitious songs.
Canadian singer Justin Bieber's sixth album makes up for all the mistakes of his latest release but still doesn't go beyond pop romantic songs.
Leaning on more intimate aesthetics and a more closed universe, Lana Del Rey's sixth album shows the best of the beginning of her career with what made her last album an excellent project.
British singer Tom Grennan's second album shows several improvements, but it's too far away from something that really stands out.
The first project entirely in Spanish by the American singer Selena Gomez has influences from reggaeton and sensual lyrics, but it seems as limited as her last project.
Working with retro influences from disco and empowering, Swedish singer Zara Larsson's third album delivers fun songs even though streams still seem to be a major concern.
The long-awaited debut album by American singer and TikTok star is ambitious but aimless, intimate yet shallow and seems more concerned with proving something than actually doing something.
Paramore lead singer second album within a year was built during quarantine. The proposal and expectations were high, but the execution was disappointing.
The 20-year-old British poet debuts with a light and stripped project, full of feelings and important subjects. However, it doesn't seem to know when and where to stop.
The first project by the Indian singer Bodhisattya Pal shows some potential but disappoint in its execution
The latest release from the former member of One Direction only serves to show two things: his life remains uninteresting enough for his songs to be just about sex and that his creativity is in decline.