Halsey took over the Barclays Center on October 13 for her hopeless fountain kingdom Tour and it was as life-changing as we all expected it to be.
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.
American Teen is Khalid's debut album and it really introduces us to his strengths as a singer and songwriter. Trust me, you need Khalid's level of soul in your life.
Halsey has this gift of painting really vivid scenes with her lyrics, which is one of the reasons I became a fan with Badlands, and hopeless fountain kingdom is no different.
"Shape of You" and "Castle on the Hill" were two very strong introductory singles to Divide by Ed Sheeran, so I had high expectations.
Where has Harry Styles been hiding this inner indie musician all this time?! He's the third One Direction member to formally launch a solo career, and he's the second one to completely blow me away.
Trey Songz's new album Tremaine is the kind of R&B that just isn't given its chance to shine in mainstream anymore.