“Pop anthem buzzes our souls & emotions,
Keep the beats up.”
Let have record-breaking albums of the year 2019!
2019 was almost quiet a year, hit the right mark with standout albums. A-listers like Beyoncé, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, JAY-Z, J. Cole might lay low where they were eagerly planning their next solo albums. We dwell in an era of endless music releases, we are never left with shortages. The newbies like Billie Eilish and Lizzo have popped up with surprises that fill the gap with fresh waves.
A Canadian singer Jepsen dominates pop music with her quintessential Emotion just like Dedicated, Taylor stayed as singer/songwriter at her heart whereas Del Rey showed her broad range.
It’s very tricky to decide which album made out this far. But let’s have a look at the best-dropped albums which are beyond excellent.
- James Blake, Assume Form (18 Jan 2019)
A confessional singer-songwriter has released Assume Form a soundtrack, something different, load up with slow reveal, a loved-up hymn to search oneself in another.
- Sturgill Simpson, Sound & Fury (27 Sept 2019)
The Sound & Fury is the most left-field record, for the Netflix anime movie. The track hits with surprises.
- Lana Del Rey, Norman Fucking Rockwell (30 Aug 2019)
Lana Del Rey’s Norman Fucking Rockwell is about her Ex. The track begins with turbulence and ends on a light of hope.
- Taylor Swift: Lover (23 Aug 2019)
The Lover album breaks the record from top to bottom and shined at Billboard Hot 100 and also Swift breaks Eilish’s record.
- King Princess, Cheap Queen (25 Oct 2019)
Her pop anthem has the feel of an earlier era and her silky-smoky voice has gone viral.
- Billy Woods and Kenny Segal, Hiding Places (29 March 2019)
Hiding Places is the collaborative album of Billy Woods and Kenny Segal that sings the bleak societal portrait, also has loads of gallows, humor, and inquisitive scholarship.
- Billie Eilish, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (29 March 2019)
Billie Eilish WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO represents the gothic persona which had a fabulous hit, and this soundtrack holds an eerie edge.
- Big Thief, U.F.O.F. (3 May 2019)
Big Thief, A dazzling soundtrack that offers natural (and supernatural), mortality, death, and disease and U.F.O.F. blend stressful lyrics with gorgeous melodies.
- Solange, When I Get Home (1 March 2019)
Solange’ s When I Get Home is about the conventions of R&B and modern pop.
She celebrated the black excellence to express her masterpiece.
- FKA twigs, Magdalene (8 November 2019)
FKA twigs have announced her album Magdalene is regarding “every lover” she’s ever had and will have. The track opens with a cremation lament, an echo of the hymnal and her falsetto rings at the extreme high register.