Camila Cabello’s debut album Camila is the first New Music Friday release of 2018 to be certified in the RIAA Gold & Platinum program. Additionally, her single, Havana, is also certified 3x Platinum.
P!nk releases her 7th studio album, Beautiful Trauma, her first album in five years.
If anyone knows What Makes You Country it’s Luke Bryan! With 40M+ awards, Luke is the RIAA’s highest certified country artist for songs. 🎧 his new album out now!
The second studio album by LA-based rock band Dorothy is a 13-track collection written by lead singer Dorothy Martin and super producer/singer-songwriter Linda Perry, with Perry producing all tracks.
“It’s always been on my heart. I just never got around to it because I always be doing ‘gangsta’ business or doing this or doing that” said the rapper of recording his gospel double album which features artists like Tye Tribbet, the Clark Sisters, Faith Evans and Rance Allen.
The 11-track album sees the Portland indie rockers getting out of their comfort zone and tapping into a new sound, teaming up with super producer John Congleton for the first time and looking to Roxy Music and New Order for added inspiration.
Jericho Sirens is the first new Hot Snakes record in 14 years. A lot of the other Hot Snakes records always had tension and release, but this one is mainly just tension.
Creep Show brings together John Grant with the dark funk of analogue electronic band Wrangler (Stephen Mallinder/Phil Winter/Benge) to create Mr Dynamite – a debut album packed with experimental pop and surreal funk.
For the third Marfa Myths release, we’re proud to present seven all-new songs written and recorded by Stockholm’s psychedelic masters Dungen and adventurous Brooklyn indie-folk pioneers Woods.
The North Carolina native expands on his reflections about life with his highly-anticipated third studio album, Seasons Change, on which he co-wrote every track.
The seventh studio album by American rock band and the second consecutive self-titled album by the band is the first collection with new lead singer Jeff Gutt and without original singer Scott Weiland, who passed in 2015.
Their first proper full-length since 2013’s Fade, There’s a Riot Going On is an expression of freedom and sanity and emotional expansion, a declaration of common humanity as liberating as it is soft-spoken.