Icarus Falls by Zayn is wonderfully bold, even while the production only gets sweeter and sweeter with every listen.
Ariana Grande has dropped her highly anticipated fourth album and *insert every possible cringeworthy Sweetener pun about how dope it is here*.
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.
All of the songs released before Electric Light actually came out promised a magical project, and James Bay has not disappointed.
The duality of The Beautiful & Damned is fantastic; Gerald and G-Eazy push and pull at one another as the artist battles between his wealth and fame and the desire to maintain who he really is--just a normal guy who loves to rap
Fifth Harmony had some strong singles as a five-piece, but their music and new chapter haven't skipped a beat.
The Vamps manage to maintain their core sound with Night & Day, like they did with their sophomore album, but they also experiment with some new sounds. That's mostly a success.