Ariana Grande has dropped her highly anticipated fourth album and *insert every possible cringeworthy Sweetener pun about how dope it is here*.
Dread Nation by Justina Ireland successfully takes real and raw historical events and merges them with fantasy in a way that's intense, gripping, and at times plain old heartbreaking.
Emergency Contact so perfectly captures the sheer awkwardness that is being a young adult, with the added awkwardness that can be falling in love in the age of technology.
What If It's Us combines the writing styles of Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera, who are pros at creating a warm, sob-worthy love story on the page and leaving you flailing with emotion.
The Vamps have always been great at combining high-energy dance tracks with more swoon worthy ballads, and that's still the case with the Day edition of their Night & Day album.
In Allegedly by Tiffany Jackson, Mary's life is undoubtedly a reflection of many. This YA novel is full of poignant moments that are so very important.
By the time I had finished The Beauty That Remains by Ashley Woodfolk, I was already ready to dive into the story all over again.
All of the songs released before Electric Light actually came out promised a magical project, and James Bay has not disappointed.