List of 2019 albums

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The following is a list of albums released in 2019. The albums should be notable which is defined as significant coverage from reliable sources that are independent of the subject.

For additional information about bands formed, reformed, disbanded, or on hiatus, for deaths of musicians, and for links to musical awards, see 2019 in music.

First quarter[edit]

January[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
January
4
Legion of the Damned Slaves of the Shadow Realm Napalm [1]
January
11
Born of Osiris The Simulation Progressive metalcore Sumerian [2]
Gnash We Atlantic [3]
The Kentucky Headhunters Live at the Ramblin' Man Fair Alligator [4]
Randy Houser Magnolia Country Stoney Creek [5]
Soilwork Verkligheten Melodic death metal Nuclear Blast [6]
January
14
GFriend Time for Us K-pop Source, kakao M [7]
January
15
Falz Moral Instruction Hip hop, Afrobeat Bahd Guys Records [8]
January
17
Christina Perri Songs for Carmella: Lullabies & Sing-a-Longs [9]
January
18
Alice Merton Mint Dance-pop Paper Planes [10]
Cody Johnson Ain't Nothin' to It Country Warner Music Nashville [11]
Cub Sport Cub Sport Cub Sport [12]
Fever 333 Strength in Numb333rs Rapcore 333 Wreckords Crew, Roadrunner [13]
Flotsam and Jetsam The End of Chaos Thrash metal AFM [14]
Future The Wizrd Epic, Freebandz Entertainment [15]
Guster Look Alive Alternative rock, indie rock Ocho Mule, Nettwerk [16]
James Blake Assume Form Pop Polydor, Republic [17]
Maggie Rogers Heard It in a Past Life Pop, folk, dance Debay, Capitol, Universal [18]
Mike Posner A Real Good Kid Island [19]
Papa Roach Who Do You Trust? Hard rock, rap rock, alternative rock, pop rock, electronic rock Eleven Seven Music [20]
Ronnie Milsap Ronnie Milsap: The Duets [21]
Sharon Van Etten Remind Me Tomorrow Indie rock, folk rock Jagjaguwar [22]
Steve Gunn The Unseen In Between Matador [23]
Switchfoot Native Tongue Alternative rock, pop rock Melody League Studio [24]
Toro y Moi Outer Peace Synth-pop, futurepop, alternative dance Carpark [25]
January
24
Julia Michaels Inner Monologue Part 1 Pop Republic [26]
Weezer Weezer (Teal Album) Pop rock, synth-pop Atlantic, Crush [27]
January
25
Backstreet Boys DNA RCA, K-Bahn [28]
Bethel Music Victory Contemporary worship music, Christian country Bethel Music [29]
Better Oblivion Community Center Better Oblivion Community Center Dead Oceans [30]
Blood Red Shoes Get Tragic Jazz Life Records [31]
Boogie Everything's for Sale Hip hop, jazz rap Shady, Interscope [32]
Bring Me the Horizon Amo Pop rock, electronic rock, electropop, alternative rock Sony Music, RCA [33]
The Dandy Warhols Why You So Crazy Dine Alone [34]
Dave Keuning Prismism Alternative rock Pretty Faithful [35]
Dawn Richard New Breed Alternative R&B [36]
Fedez Paranoia Airlines Pop punk, pop-rap Sony Music [37]
Hunter Brothers State of Mind Country Open Road [38]
Jack & Jack A Good Friend Is Nice Pop Island, Universal [39]
Michael Franti & Spearhead Stay Human, Vol. II [40]
Mike Krol Power Chords Merge [41]
The Neal Morse Band The Great Adventure Radiant Records, Metal Blade [42]
Rival Sons Feral Roots Blues rock, hard rock Low Country Sound, Atlantic [43]
Rudimental Toast to Our Differences Asylum, Atlantic, Warner Bros. [44]
Skunk Anansie 25Live@25 Republic of Music Records [45]
Steve Hackett At the Edge of Light Progressive rock Inside Out [46]
Sunflower Bean King of the Dudes Mom + Pop [47]
Terror Jr Unfortunately, Terror Jr Pop Atlantic, EFFESS [48]
Trevor Horn Reimagines the Eighties BMG [49]

February[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
February
1
American Authors Seasons Island, Dirty Canvas Music [50]
Avantasia Moonglow Symphonic power metal Nuclear Blast [51]
Beirut Gallipoli 4AD [52]
Brian Cadd Silver City Ambition Entertainment [53]
Broods Don't Feed the Pop Monster Neon Gold, Island, UMA [54]
Busted Half Way There Pop punk East West [55]
Cassadee Pope Stages Country pop Awake Music [56]
Claire Richards My Wildest Dreams Pop Sony Music [57]
Girlpool What Chaos Is Imaginary Anti- [58]
Guided by Voices Zeppelin Over China Indie rock, progressive rock Rockathon Records [59]
Highasakite Uranium Heart Propeller [60]
Ladytron Ladytron Electropop !K7 [61]
Luis Fonsi Vida Latin pop, reggaeton Universal Music Latino [62]
Nina Nesbitt The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change Pop, R&B Cooking Vinyl [63]
Set It Off Midnight Alternative rock Fearless [64]
The Specials Encore Ska, disco, alternative rock Island, Universal [65]
White Lies Five Post-punk, dark wave, new wave, gothic rock PIAS [66]
Within Temptation Resist Heavy metal Vertigo, Spinefarm [67]
February
8
Ariana Grande Thank U, Next Pop, R&B, trap Republic [68]
LCD Soundsystem Electric Lady Sessions Dance-punk, new wave, synth-pop, alternative dance DFA, Columbia [69]
Mayra Andrade Manga Sony Music [70]
Meghan Trainor The Love Train Dance-pop, R&B Epic [71]
Panda Bear Buoys Domino [72]
February
15
Avril Lavigne Head Above Water Rock, pop rock BMG [73]
Baby Animals Greatest Hits Rock Bloodlines Records [74]
Betty Who Betty Pop, synth-pop AWAL [75]
Chaka Khan Hello Happiness Funk, R&B, dance Diary, Island [76]
Florida Georgia Line Can't Say I Ain't Country Country Big Machine [77]
Hayes Carll What It Is Dualtone [78]
Homeshake Helium Ambient, psychedelic pop Sinderlyn Records [79]
India Arie Worthy [80]
Methyl Ethel Triage 4AD, Remote Control [81]
Rotting Christ The Heretics Black metal Season of Mist [82]
RY X Unfurl Infectious [83]
Tedeschi Trucks Band Signs Blues rock Fantasy, Concord [84]
February
22
Badflower OK, I'm Sick Alternative rock, emo, hard rock Big Machine [85]
Candlemass The Door to Doom Epic doom metal Napalm [86]
Diplo Europa Mad Decent [87]
Dream Theater Distance over Time Progressive metal Inside Out Music [88]
Gary Clark Jr. This Land Pop rock, blues, R&B Warner Bros. [89]
Gunna Drip or Drown 2 Hip hop, trap YSL, 300 Entertainment [90]
Hilltop Hoods The Great Expanse Australian hip hop Universal Music Australia [91]
John Mayall Nobody Told Me Blues rock Forty Below Records [92]
Julia Jacklin Crushing Polyvinyl [93]
Kehlani While We Wait R&B Atlantic, TSNMI [94]
Kerli Shadow Works Electropop Seeking Blue [95]
Last in Line II Hard rock, heavy metal Frontiers [96]
Lil Pump Harverd Dropout SoundCloud rap Warner Bros., Tha Lights Global [97]
Michael W. Smith Awaken: The Surrounded Experience Contemporary worship music Rocketown, The Fuel [98]
Offset Father of 4 Hip hop, trap Motown, Quality Control [99]
Overkill The Wings of War Thrash metal Nuclear Blast [100]
Rock Goddess This Time Bite You to Death [101]
T-Pain 1UP R&B, hip hop Nappy Boy, Cinematic [102]
Uffie Tokyo Love Hotel [103]

March[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
March
1
2 Chainz Rap or Go to the League Hip hop, trap Gamebread, Def Jam [104]
Anteros When We Land [105]
Bryan Adams Shine a Light Rock Polydor [106]
Demon Hunter Peace Alternative metal Solid State [107]
Demon Hunter War Metalcore, alternative metal Solid State [107]
Hozier Wasteland, Baby! Soul, blues Rubyworks, Island [108]
In Flames I, the Mask Melodic death metal, alternative metal, groove metal Eleven Seven, Nuclear Blast [109]
The Japanese House Good at Falling Dream pop, synth-pop Dirty Hit [110]
Pond Tasmania Psychedelic pop, neo-psychedelia Spinning Top, Interscope [111]
Queensrÿche The Verdict Heavy metal, progressive metal Century Media [112]
Regurgitator's Pogogo Show The Really Really Really Really Boring Album Children's music Valve [113]
Reignwolf Hear Me Out [114]
Solange When I Get Home R&B, jazz, psychedelic soul, funk Columbia [115]
Tom Walker What a Time to Be Alive Relentless [116]
Weezer Weezer (Black Album) Pop rock, power pop, electropop Atlantic, Crush [117]
While She Sleeps So What? Metalcore, alternative metal, nu metal, punk rock Spinefarm, Sleeps Brothers [118]
March
8
Amanda Palmer There Will Be No Intermission Cooking Vinyl [119]
David Gray Gold in a Brass Age IHT [120]
Dido Still on My Mind Electro-folk BMG [121]
Foals Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1 Indie rock, dance-rock Warner Bros., Transgressive [122]
Gesaffelstein Hyperion Alternative R&B Columbia [123]
James Morrison You're Stronger Than You Know Pop Stanley Park Records [124]
Juice Wrld Death Race for Love Hip hop Interscope [125]
Kerser Lifestyle Warner Australia [126]
Ligabue Start Zoo Aperto, F&P Music Hub, Warner [127]
Maren Morris Girl Country Columbia Nashville [128]
Patty Griffin Patty Griffin Folk PGM Recordings, Thirty Tigers [129]
Sasami Sasami Domino [130]
Sigrid Sucker Punch Pop, electropop, synth-pop Island [131]
Tesla Shock Hard rock UMe [132]
March
13
Lil Gotit Crazy But It's True Hip hop, trap Alamo Records [133]
March
14
Koffee Rapture Reggae Promised Land Recordings, Columbia [134]
March
15
Blaqk Audio Only Things We Love Futurepop, Synth-pop Kobalt [135]
The Cinematic Orchestra To Believe Electronic, downtempo, nu jazz, modern classical Ninja Tune, Domino [136]
Dallas Smith The Fall Country 604 [137]
Dan Sultan Aviary Takes Liberation [138]
Greyson Chance Portraits Synth-pop AWAL [139]
Jack Savoretti Singing to Strangers Americana, alternative rock, folk rock, indie pop BMG [140]
Jerry Garcia Band Electric on the Eel Rock Round [141]
Joanne Shaw Taylor Reckless Heart Blues Silvertone, Sony Music [142]
Johnny Orlando Teenage Fever Island [143]
Karen O and Danger Mouse Lux Prima BMG [144]
Matmos Plastic Anniversary Experimental Thrill Jockey [145]
Sophie Ellis-Bextor The Song Diaries Disco EBGB's, Cooking Vinyl [146]
March
18
VAV Thrilla Killa A Team Entertainment [147]
March
19
Jeong Se-woon Plus Minus Zero Starship Entertainment [148]
DIA Newtro K-pop MBK Entertainment [149]
Heize She’s Fine Stone Music Entertainment [150]
March
20
Flume Hi This Is Flume Experimental, IDM, wonky, electronica Future Classic [151]
Momoland Show Me MLD Entertainment [152]
March
22
American Football American Football (LP3) Emo, post-rock, art rock Polyvinyl [153]
Apparat LP5 Electronic Mute [154]
Avey Tare Cows on Hourglass Pond Neo-psychedelia, psychedelic folk Domino [155]
Dean Lewis A Place We Knew Island Australia [156]
Jenny Lewis On the Line Indie rock Warner Bros. [157]
Megadeth Warheads on Foreheads Heavy metal Capitol [158]
Mötley Crüe The Dirt Soundtrack Heavy metal, glam metal, hard rock Mötley, Eleven Seven [159]
Nav Bad Habits Hip hop [160]
Nesli Vengo in pace [161]
Orville Peck Pony Country Sub Pop [162]
Rich the Kid The World Is Yours 2 Hip hop, trap Interscope [163]
Wallows Nothing Happens Indie rock, post-punk, power pop, surf punk Atlantic [164]
March
25
Senidah Bez tebe Alternative R&B, trap Bassivity Digital [165]
Stray Kids Clé 1: Miroh K-pop JYP Entertainment [166]
March
26
Logic Supermarket Hip hop Def Jam, Visionary [167]
Park Ji-hoon O'Clock Maroo Entertainment [168]
March
29
Ben Platt Sing to Me Instead Atlantic [169]
Billie Eilish When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Pop, avant-pop, art pop, electropop Darkroom, Interscope [170]
The Black Sorrows Citizen John Bloodlines [171]
Devin Townsend Empath Progressive metal Sony Music, HevyDevy, Inside Out Music [172]
George Strait Honky Tonk Time Machine Country MCA Nashville, Universal [173]
I Prevail Trauma Pop metal Fearless [174]
Jamie Lawson The Years in Between Gingerbread Man [175]
The Maine You Are OK [176]
Marvin Gaye You're the Man Soul, funk Motown, Universal Music Enterprises, Universal [177]
Mdou Moctar Ilana (The Creator) Psychedelic rock Sahel Sounds [178]
Quelle Chris Guns Mello Music [179]
S. P. Y Dubplate Style Drum and bass Hospital [180]
Whitechapel The Valley Deathcore, groove metal Metal Blade [181]
White Denim Side Effects City Slang [182]
March
31
Jon Anderson 1000 Hands: Chapter One Rock, pop [183]

Second quarter[edit]

April[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
April
4
Blackpink Kill This Love K-pop, dance, rock, hip hop YG, Interscope [184]
April
5
Anitta Kisses Funk carioca, reggaeton Warner Music Brasil [185]
Circa Waves What's It Like Over There? PIAS, Prolifica [186]
Dennis Lloyd Exident Arista [187]
Khalid Free Spirit R&B RCA [188]
Mae Muller Chapter 1 Capitol [189]
Periphery Periphery IV: Hail Stan Progressive metal, djent, progressive metalcore 3DOT Recordings, Century Media, eOne [190]
PNL Deux frères QLF Records [191]
PUP Morbid Stuff Punk rock Rise [192]
Reba McEntire Stronger Than the Truth Country Big Machine [193]
Russell Morris Black and Blue Heart Rock Liberation Music [194]
Sara Bareilles Amidst the Chaos Epic [195]
Tayla Parx We Need to Talk R&B Atlantic [196]
Weyes Blood Titanic Rising Baroque pop, art rock, progressive pop, dream pop Sub Pop [197]
April
12
Aaron Lewis State I'm In Country Valory, Big Machine [198]
Anderson .Paak Ventura R&B, soul, funk Aftermath, 12 Tone [199]
Andy Black The Ghost of Ohio Rock Lava, Republic [200]
BTS Map of the Soul: Persona Pop, R&B, rap rock Big Hit [201]
The Chemical Brothers No Geography Electronica Virgin EMI [202]
Dan Sultan Nali & Friends Children's music ABC, Universal Music Australia [203]
Emma Bunton My Happy Place BMG [204]
Glen Hansard This Wild Willing Anti- [205]
John Paul White The Hurting Kind Folk, country Single Lock [206]
LSD Labrinth, Sia & Diplo Present... LSD Columbia [207]
Melissa Etheridge The Medicine Show ME Records, Concord [208]
Norah Jones Begin Again Pop Blue Note [209]
Sara Storer Raindance Country ABC Music, Universal Music Australia [210]
April
13
The Flaming Lips King's Mouth Neo-psychedelia, psychedelic rock Warner Bros. [211]
April
17
Beyoncé Homecoming: The Live Album Hip hop, R&B Parkwood, Columbia [212]
April
19
Cage the Elephant Social Cues Alternative rock, garage rock, psychedelic rock RCA [213]
Jade Bird Jade Bird Glassnote [214]
Lizzo Cuz I Love You Pop, funk, R&B, hip hop Atlantic, Nice Life [215]
The Rolling Stones Honk Rock Promotone BV, Universal [216]
Seth MacFarlane Once in a While Traditional pop, vocal jazz Republic, Verve, Fuzzy Door Productions [217]
Simi Omo Charlie Champagne, Vol. 1 Afropop, Afro-soul, R&B X3M Music [218]
Tech N9ne N9NA Hip hop Strange Music, INgrooves [219]
April
22
Twice Fancy You K-pop JYP [220]
April
25
Kevin Abstract Arizona Baby Hip hop, pop RCA, Question Everything [221]
Rico Nasty & Kenny Beats Anger Management Trap Sugar Trap [222]
April
26
Alan Parsons The Secret Progressive rock Frontiers [223]
AJR Neotheater Indie pop, electropop AJR Productions [224]
Amon Tobin Fear in a Handful of Dust Nomark [225]
Blackbear Anonymous Interscope [226]
Catfish and the Bottlemen The Balance Indie rock Island, Capitol [227]
The Cranberries In the End Alternative rock BMG [228]
The Damned Things High Crimes Nuclear Blast [229]
Dean Brody Black Sheep Country Open Road [230]
Foxygen Seeing Other People Jagjaguwar [231]
James TW Chapters Island [232]
Kevin Morby Oh My God Dead Oceans [233]
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard Fishing for Fishies Boogie rock, blues rock, garage rock, psychedelic rock Flightless [234]
Marina Love + Fear Pop, dance-pop Atlantic [235]
The Mountain Goats In League with Dragons Alternative rock Merge [236]
New Years Day Unbreakable Alternative metal, hard rock Century Media [237]
Nick Murphy Run Fast Sleep Naked Downtown, Future Classic, Opulent Records [238]
Olivia O'Brien Was It Even Real? Pop Island [239]
Pink Hurts 2B Human Pop RCA, Sony Music [240]
Rob Thomas Chip Tooth Smile Pop rock Atlantic [241]
Schoolboy Q Crash Talk Hip hop Top Dawg, Interscope [242]
Various artists For the Throne: Music Inspired by the HBO Series Game of Thrones Columbia [243]
Various artists UglyDolls: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Electropop, pop Atlantic [244]
April
27
Nikolija Yin & Yang Trap, pop, electropop, R&B IDJTunes [245]
April
29
RuPaul Queen of Queens RuCo Inc. [246]

May[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
May
2
Diplo Higher Ground Mad Decent [247]
Passenger Sometimes It's Something, Sometimes It's Nothing at All Black Crow [248]
May
3
Amon Amarth Berserker Melodic death metal Metal Blade [249]
Ashley Tisdale Symptoms Pop, electropop Big Noise [250]
Bad Religion Age of Unreason Punk rock Epitaph [251]
Big Thief U.F.O.F. Indie rock, folk rock 4AD [252]
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes End of Suffering Alternative rock, hardcore punk, punk rock, indie rock International Death Cult [253]
Kate Ceberano and Paul Grabowsky Tryst Jazz ABC, Universal Australia [254]
Judah & the Lion Pep Talks Caroline, Cletus the Van Records [255]
Oh Land Family Tree Tusk or Tooth [256]
Ruby Fields Permanent Hermit UNIFIED, Ruby Fields [257]
Vampire Weekend Father of the Bride Indie rock, pop Columbia [258]
Various artists Pacific Breeze: Japanese City Pop, AOR and Boogie 1976–1986 City pop Light in the Attic [259]
May
10
Aly & AJ Sanctuary Synth-pop, electropop Aly & AJ Music LLC [260]
Charly Bliss Young Enough Barsuk [261]
Ciara Beauty Marks Pop, R&B Beauty Marks [262]
Holly Herndon Proto 4AD [263]
James Bay Oh My Messy Mind Republic [264]
Jamila Woods Legacy! Legacy! Neo soul, R&B Jagjaguwar [265]
Kian Bliss EMI Music Australia [266]
Logic Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Hip hop Visionary, Def Jam [267]
Mac DeMarco Here Comes the Cowboy Indie rock Mac's Record Label [268]
The Rubens MTV Unplugged Ivy League [269]
Sammy Hagar & The Circle Space Between Rock BMG [270]
Tim Hecker Anoyo Kranky [271]
The Screaming Jets Dirty Thirty Rock Sony Music Australia [272]
Whitesnake Flesh & Blood Rock Frontiers [273]
May
17
Alex Lahey The Best of Luck Club Dead Oceans, Universal Australia, Caroline [274]
Biffy Clyro Balance, Not Symmetry Alternative rock Warner Bros. [275]
Big Big Train Grand Tour Progressive rock English Electric [276]
Carly Rae Jepsen Dedicated Pop, dance-pop, synth-pop, disco 604, School Boy, Interscope [277]
Conrad Sewell Life 300 Entertainment, Sony Music Australia [278]
DJ Khaled Father of Asahd Hip hop We the Best, Epic [279]
Eleni Foureira Gypsy Woman Panik Records [280]
Frenship Vacation [281]
The Heavy Sons BMG [282]
Injury Reserve Injury Reserve Hip hop Loma Vista [283]
Interpol A Fine Mess Indie rock, Post-punk revival Matador [284]
Lewis Capaldi Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent Pop Vertigo Berlin, Virgin EMI [285]
Maluma 11:11 Sony Latin [286]
Megan Thee Stallion Fever Hip hop 300 Entertainment, 1501 Certified Ent. [287]
The National I Am Easy to Find Indie rock, chamber pop, art rock, psychedelic rock 4AD [288]
Rammstein Untitled Neue Deutsche Härte, industrial metal, electro-industrial Universal [289]
Slowthai Nothing Great About Britain British hip hop Method Records [290]
Tyler, the Creator Igor Hip hop, funk, R&B Columbia [291]
Wu-Tang Clan Wu-Tang: Of Mics and Men Mass Appeal, 36 Chambers Records [292]
May
20
Got7 Spinning Top K-pop JYP, Dreamus [293]
May
24
Black Mountain Destroyer Hard rock, neo-psychedelia, progressive rock, space rock Dine Alone [294]
Flying Lotus Flamagra Jazz-funk, hip hop, electronic Warp [295]
Jai Waetford Figure It Out Sony Music Australia [296]
James Barker Band Singles Only Country Universal Music Canada [297]
Middle Kids New Songs for Old Problems Indie pop Domino [298]
Morrissey California Son Etienne, BMG [299]
pronoun I'll Show You Stronger Rhyme & Reason Records [300]
Suicideboys and Travis Barker Live Fast Die Whenever [301]
YG 4Real 4Real Hip hop 4Hunnid, Def Jam [302]
Various artists Rocketman: Music from the Motion Picture Rock, pop Interscope, Virgin EMI [303]
May
27
Alice Caymmi Electra MPB, samba Joia Moderna [304]
May
31
100 Gecs 1000 Gecs Pop, experimental Dog Show Records [305]
Darkthrone Old Star Black metal, heavy metal Peaceville [306]
Death Angel Humanicide Thrash metal Nuclear Blast [307]
Denzel Curry Zuu Hip hop Loma Vista [308]
Gabbie Hanna 2WayMirror [309]
Inna Yo Global Records, Roc Nation [310]
ionnalee Remember the Future Electropop To whom it may concern. [311]
Jimmy Barnes My Criminal Record Bloodlines [312]
Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band The Traveler Provogue, Mascot Label [313]
Miley Cyrus She Is Coming Pop RCA [314]
Richard Hawley Further BMG [315]
Skepta Ignorance Is Bliss Grime,UK rap Boy Better Know [316]
Susan Boyle Ten Syco, Sony Music Australia, Columbia [317]
Thomas Rhett Center Point Road Country, pop Big Machine [318]

June[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
June
6
Avicii Tim EDM Avicii, Universal [319]
June
7
Aitana Spoiler Pop Universal Music [320]
Aurora A Different Kind of Human (Step 2) Electropop Decca, Glassnote [321]
Motionless in White Disguise Metalcore Roadrunner [322]
Combichrist One Fire Metropolis [323]
Dinosaur Pile-Up Celebrity Mansions Parlophone [324]
Future Save Me Hip hop Epic, Freebandz [325]
Jambinai Onda Post-rock Bella Union [326]
Jamie Cullum Taller Island [327]
Jonas Brothers Happiness Begins Republic [328]
Luke Combs The Prequel River House Artists, Columbia Nashville [329]
Meg Mac Hope littleBIGMANrecords, EMI [330]
Polish Club Iguana Universal Music Australia [331]
Prince Originals NPG, Warner [332]
Santana Africa Speaks Latin rock Concord [333]
Silversun Pickups Widow's Weeds Indie rock New Machine Recordings [334]
Stef Chura Midnight Saddle Creek [335]
Tyga Legendary Hip hop, R&B Last Kings, Empire [336]
Yeasayer Erotic Reruns Yeasayer Records [337]
June
12
GoldLink Diaspora RCA [338]
June
14
Baroness Gold & Grey Abraxan Hymns [339]
Bastille Doom Days Electropop Virgin EMI, Virgin, Universal [340]
Bill Callahan Shepherd in a Sheepskin Vest Drag City [341]
BlocBoy JB I Am Me Hip hop Bloc Nation [342]
Bruce Springsteen Western Stars Rock Columbia [343]
Hayden James Between Us House Future Classic [344]
Keb' Mo' Oklahoma Blues Concord [345]
Lil Keed Long Live Mexico Hip hop, trap 300 Entertainment, YSL [346]
Madonna Madame X Latin, trap, art pop Interscope [347]
Noah Kahan Busyhead Republic [348]
Stonefield Bent Flightless Records [349]
Thank You Scientist Terraformer Evil Ink Records [350]
X Ambassadors Orion Kidinakorner, Interscope [351]
Zhavia Ward 17 R&B, soul Columbia, Sony Music [352]
June
19
Red Velvet The ReVe Festival: Day 1 K-pop, electropop SM [353]
June
21
Collective Soul Blood Alternative rock Fuzze-Flex Records [354]
Gucci Mane Delusions of Grandeur Atlantic, GUWOP Enterprises [355]
Hatchie Keepsake Dream pop Double Double Whammy, Ivy League, Heavenly [356]
Hot Chip A Bath Full of Ecstasy Synth-pop Domino [357]
Lil Nas X 7 Columbia [358]
Mark Ronson Late Night Feelings Sony Music [359]
The Raconteurs Help Us Stranger Blues rock, garage rock Third Man [360]
SG Lewis Dawn Casablanca, Republic [361]
Titus Andronicus An Obelisk Merge [362]
Trina The One Fast Life Entertainment, Rockstarr Music Group [363]
Two Door Cinema Club False Alarm PIAS [364]
Will Young Lexicon Cooking Vinyl [365]
June
27
Thom Yorke Anima Electronic XL [366]
June
28
Benee Fire on Marzz Republic [367]
The Black Keys Let's Rock Garage rock, blues rock Easy Eye Sound, Nonesuch [368]
Chase Atlantic Phases Alternative pop BMG [369]
Chris Brown Indigo RCA [370]
Freddie Gibbs and Madlib Bandana Hip hop ESGN, RCA [371]
He Is Legend White Bat Spinefarm [372]
Ingrid Michaelson Stranger Songs Cabin 24 [373]
Julia Michaels Inner Monologue Part 2 Pop Republic [374]
Kim Petras Clarity Bubblegum pop, hip hop, R&B BunHead Records [375]
Kylie Minogue Step Back in Time: The Definitive Collection BMG, Parlophone [376]
Mustard Perfect Ten 10 Summers [377]
Poppy Choke Nu metal, rock Mad Decent, I'm Poppy [378]
Prince Daddy & The Hyena Cosmic Thrill Seekers Counter Intuitive [379]

Third quarter[edit]

July[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
July
1
Gandalf's Fist The Clockwork Prologue [380]
GFriend Fever Season K-pop Source, kakao M [381]
July
3
Marshmello Joytime III Joytime Collective [382]
July
5
Abbath Outstrider Season of Mist [383]
Jaden Smith Erys Hip hop, trap, emo rap, punk rock MSFTSMusic, Roc Nation, Republic [384]
Jipsta Swaggerific Hip hop Bandoozle Beatz [385]
Machine Gun Kelly Hotel Diablo Rap rock Bad Boy, Interscope [386]
Michael Hutchence Mystify: A Musical Journey with Michael Hutchence Petrol Records [387]
Olympia Flamingo EMI, Universal Australia [388]
Various artists Revenge of the Dreamers III Hip hop, R&B Dreamville, Interscope [389]
July
12
311 Voyager BMG [390]
Allday Starry Night Over the Phone OneTwo [391]
Banks III Harvest [392]
Dope Lemon Smooth Big Cat EMI Australia [393]
Ed Sheeran No.6 Collaborations Project Asylum, Atlantic [394]
Imperial Teen Now We Are Timeless Merge [395]
K.Flay Solutions Interscope, Night Street Records [396]
Purple Mountains Purple Mountains Drag City [397]
Shindy Drama Friends with Money [398]
Thelma Plum Better in Blak Warner Music Australasia [399]
Yuna Rouge Verve Forecast, Universal [400]
July
17
Dorian Electra Flamboyant Dorian Electra [401]
July
19
Beyoncé The Lion King: The Gift Afropop Parkwood, Columbia [402]
Freya Ridings Freya Ridings Good Soldier Songs, AWAL [403]
Iggy Azalea In My Defense Pop rap Bad Dreams, Empire [404]
Jacob Collier Djesse Vol. 2 Jazz Hajanga Records, Decca, Geffen [405]
Lingua Ignota Caligula Doom metal, noise, neoclassical Profound Lore [406]
Nas The Lost Tapes II Hip hop Mass Appeal, Def Jam [407]
Sabaton The Great War Power metal Nuclear Blast [408]
Sabrina Carpenter Singular: Act II Hollywood [409]
Scott Stapp The Space Between the Shadows Napalm [410]
Sum 41 Order in Decline Hopeless [411]
Willow Smith Willow MSFTSMusic, Roc Nation [412]
July
26
Andy Grammer Naive S-Curve, BMG [413]
Angie McMahon Salt Dualtone, AWAL [414]
Chance the Rapper The Big Day Hip hop Chance the Rapper [415]
Cuco Para Mi Interscope [416]
Delbert McClinton Tall, Dark, and Handsome Blues Hot Shot Records [417]
DJ Snake Carte Blanche Geffen [418]
Kaiser Chiefs Duck Polydor [419]
Mini Mansions Guy Walks Into a Bar... Fiction [420]
NF The Search Hip hop NF Real Music LLC, Caroline [421]
Of Monsters and Men Fever Dream Republic [422]

August[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
August
1
ShockOne A Dark Machine Warner Music Australasia, Monstercat [423]
August
2
Bad Omens Finding God Before God Finds Me Sumerian [424]
Clairo Immunity Fader [425]
Drake Care Package Hip hop OVO [426]
Holy Holy My Own Pool of Light Wonderlick, Sony Music Australia [427]
Mabel High Expectations Pop, R&B Polydor [428]
Northlane Alien Metalcore, progressive metal, alternative metal UNFD, Rise [429]
Skillet Victorious Rock Atlantic [430]
The Teskey Brothers Run Home Slow Half Mile Harvest Recordings, Decca, Ivy League [431]
Volbeat Rewind, Replay, Rebound Vertigo, Republic, Universal [432]
August
9
Bon Iver I, I Jagjaguwar [433]
Dirty Heads Super Moon Five Seven [434]
Electric Youth Memory Emotion Last Gang, Watts Arcade Inc. [435]
Gina Jeffreys Beautiful Tangle Sonic Timber Records [436]
Half Alive Now, Not Yet RCA [437]
The Regrettes How Do You Love? Warner [438]
Rick Ross Port of Miami 2 Hip hop Maybach Music, Epic [439]
Safia Story's Start or End Electronic Parlophone, Warner Music Australasia [440]
Slipknot We Are Not Your Kind Heavy metal Roadrunner [441]
Strung Out Songs of Armor and Devotion Fat Wreck Chords [442]
Tori Kelly Inspired By True Events Capitol, School Boy [443]
Trippie Redd ! TenThousand Projects, Caroline [444]
Ufo361 Wave Stay High [445]
August
16
Fletcher You Ruined New York City for Me Capitol [446]
Frank Turner No Man's Land Folk punk, folk rock Xtra Mile, Polydor [447]
Hunter Hayes Wild Blue (Part I) Warner Music Nashville [448]
Illenium Ascend Electronic, future bass, dubstep, trap Astralwerks [449]
Killswitch Engage Atonement Metalcore Metal Blade [450]
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard Infest the Rats' Nest Thrash metal Flightless [451]
Oh Sees Face Stabber Progressive rock, psychedelic rock Castle Face [452]
Shura Forevher Secretly Canadian [453]
Sleater-Kinney The Center Won't Hold Mom + Pop [454]
Young Thug So Much Fun 300, Atlantic [455]
August
20
Red Velvet The ReVe Festival: Day 2 SM [456]
August
23
Brockhampton Ginger Question Everything Inc., RCA [457]
Missy Elliott Iconology Pop, hip hop, R&B Atlantic [458]
Rapsody Eve Hip hop Roc Nation [459]
Sacred Reich Awakening Thrash metal Metal Blade [460]
Taylor Swift Lover Pop, pop rock, electropop, synth-pop Republic [461]
August
30
Ash Grunwald Mojo Bloodlines Music [462]
Astrid S Trust Issues Universal [463]
Caravan Palace Chronologic Lone Diggers, Le Plan Recordings [464]
The Futureheads Powers Nul [465]
G Flip About Us Future Classic [466]
Lana Del Rey Norman Fucking Rockwell! Soft rock, psychedelic rock, pop, folk rock Polydor, Interscope [467]
Montaigne Complex Wonderlick, Sony Music Australia [468]
Natasha Bedingfield Roll with Me Pop, reggae, R&B We Are Hear, Universal [469]
Sheryl Crow Threads Big Machine [470]
Tarja In the Raw Symphonic metal earMUSIC [471]
Tones and I The Kids Are Coming Bad Batch Records, Sony Music Australia [472]
Tool Fear Inoculum Progressive rock, progressive metal, alternative metal Tool Dissectional, Volcano, RCA [473]
Trisha Yearwood Every Girl Gwendolyn Records [474]
Wage War Pressure Metalcore, post-hardcore Fearless [475]

September[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
September
6
Alessia Cara This Summer Def Jam, Universal Canada [476]
Bat for Lashes Lost Girls Synth-pop Bat for Lashes, AWAL [477]
Black Star Riders Another State of Grace Nuclear Blast [478]
Frankie Cosmos Close It Quietly Sub Pop [479]
Ghostface Killah Ghostface Killahs Now Generation Music Corporation [480]
The Highwomen The Highwomen Country Elektra [481]
Home Free Dive Bar Saints Home Free Records [482]
Iggy Pop Free Caroline, Loma Vista [483]
Jax Jones Snacks (Supersize) Polydor, Universal [484]
Lindsey Stirling Artemis Lindseystomp, BMG [485]
Mallrat Driving Music Dew Process, Universal Australia [486]
Melanie Martinez K-12 Atlantic [487]
Muna Saves the World Pop, alternative rock RCA [488]
Post Malone Hollywood's Bleeding Republic [489]
Rüfüs Du Sol Solace Remixed Rose Avenue [490]
Sleeping with Sirens How It Feels to Be Lost Sumerian [491]
September
9
Pernice Brothers Spread the Feeling Ashmont Records, Bandcamp [492]
September
11
Infant Annihilator The Battle of Yaldabaoth Infant Annihilator [493]
September
13
Alex Cameron Miami Memory Soft rock, heartland rock, synth-pop Secretly Canadian [494]
Belle and Sebastian Days of the Bagnold Summer Matador [495]
Charli XCX Charli Avant-pop, electropop Asylum, Atlantic UK [496]
Chelsea Wolfe Birth of Violence Folk rock Sargent House [497]
Cold The Things We Can't Stop Napalm [498]
Emeli Sandé Real Life Virgin EMI [499]
Goo Goo Dolls Miracle Pill Warner [500]
Hobo Johnson The Fall of Hobo Johnson Warner [501]
The Hu The Gereg Folk metal, heavy metal Eleven Seven [502]
JPEGMafia All My Heroes Are Cornballs Punk rap, experimental hip hop EQT Recordings [503]
Korn The Nothing Nu metal Roadrunner, Elektra [504]
KXM Circle of Dolls Rat Pak Records, Frontiers [505]
The Lumineers III Dualtone, Decca [506]
Metronomy Metronomy Forever Indietronica Because [507]
Microwave Death Is a Warm Blanket Pure Noise [508]
Mike Patton and Jean-Claude Vannier Corpse Flower Ipecac [509]
Paula Cole Revolution 675 Records [510]
Pixies Beneath the Eyrie Indie rock BMG, Infectious [511]
Puddle of Mudd Welcome to Galvania Alternative metal Pavement Entertainment [512]
Ruel Free Time RCA, Sony Music Australia [513]
Sam Fender Hypersonic Missiles Heartland rock Polydor [514]
Sampa the Great The Return Hip hop, R&B Ninja Tune [515]
Starset Divisions Fearless [516]
Tiger Army Retrofuture Rise [517]
War of Ages Void Facedown [518]
September
17
Slayyyter Slayyyter Dance-pop, electropop Slayyyter Records [519]
September
20
Amaia Pero No Pasa Nada Universal Music [520]
As I Lay Dying Shaped by Fire Nuclear Blast [521]
Blink-182 Nine Columbia [522]
Brittany Howard Jaime ATO [523]
Cashmere Cat Princess Catgirl Interscope [524]
Keane Cause and Effect Island [525]
Liam Gallagher Why Me? Why Not. Warner [526]
M83 DSVII Naïve, Mute [527]
Riley Green Different 'Round Here Country BMLG [528]
Samantha Fish Kill or Be Kind Rounder [529]
Tove Lo Sunshine Kitty Electropop Universal [530]
Zac Brown Band The Owl Pop, EDM, country, R&B BMG, BBR, Wheelhouse Records [531]
September
23
Twice Feel Special K-pop JYP [532]
September
27
Beth Hart War in My Mind Provogue, Mascot Label Group [533]
Boy & Bear Suck on Light Island Australia, Universal Australia [534]
Busby Marou The Great Divide Warner Music Australasia [535]
DaBaby Kirk Interscope, Billion Dollar Baby [536]
Dove Cameron Bloodshot / Waste Pop Disruptor [537]
Drax Project Drax Project Drax Project Limited, Universal [538]
Grateful Dead Saint of Circumstance Rock Rhino [539]
Hellyeah Welcome Home Eleven Seven [540]
Hermitude Pollyanarchy Elefant Traks [541]
Jon Pardi Heartache Medication Capitol Nashville [542]
KMFDM Paradise Metropolis, KMFDM [543]
IQ Resistance Giant Electric Pea [544]
Love Fame Tragedy I Don't Want to Play the Victim, But I'm Really Good at It Good Soldier Records, AWAL [545]
The New Pornographers In the Morse Code of Brake Lights Concord Music [546]
Of Mice & Men Earthandsky Metalcore, melodic metalcore, hard rock Rise [547]
Opeth In Cauda Venenum Moderbolaget, Nuclear Blast [548]
Pitbull Libertad 548 Mr. 305 [549]
Push Baby Woah School Boy, Republic [550]
Steel Panther Heavy Metal Rules Steel Panther Inc. [551]
Sturgill Simpson Sound & Fury Rock Elektra [552]
Temples Hot Motion ATO [553]
Tegan and Sara Hey, I'm Just Like You Sire [554]

Fourth quarter[edit]

October[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
October
1
Kim Petras Turn Off the Light Electropop, dance-pop, dark pop, techno Bunhead Records [555]
October
2
Chromatics Closer to Grey Italians Do It Better [556]
October
3
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Ghosteen Ambient Ghosteen, Bad Seed [557]
October
4
Akon El Negreeto Reggaeton, bachata, merengue Akonik Label Group [558]
Angel Olsen All Mirrors Art pop Jagjaguwar [559]
The Avett Brothers Closer Than Together American, Republic [560]
City and Colour A Pill for Loneliness Still Records [561]
Danny Brown U Know What I'm Sayin? Hip hop Warp [562]
Dermot Kennedy Without Fear Folk-pop Riggins Recording, Interscope, Island [563]
DIIV Deceiver Alternative rock, shoegazing, post-punk revival, indie rock Captured Tracks [564]
Flying Colors Third Degree Music Theories Recordings, Mascot [565]
King Calaway Rivers Stoney Creek [566]
Lagwagon Railer Skate punk, punk rock Fat Wreck Chords [567]
The Menzingers Hello Exile Epitaph [568]
Mika My Name Is Michael Holbrook Pop Republic, Casablanca [569]
Summer Walker Over It R&B LoveRenaissance, Interscope [570]
Swim Deep Emerald Classics Pop Committee, Cooking Vinyl [571]
October
9
Mike Posner Keep Going Island [572]
October
11
88rising Head in the Clouds II 88rising Records, 12Tone Music [573]
Aṣa Lucid Soul, folk, rock Chapter Two Records, Wagram Music [574]
Babymetal Metal Galaxy BMD Fox, Toy's Factory, Amuse, Inc. [575]
Big Thief Two Hands 4AD [576]
Blanco Brown Honeysuckle & Lightning Bugs TrailerTrapMusic, BMG [577]
Blue Hawaii Open Reduction Internal Fixation Arbutus [578]
The Dead South Sugar & Joy Six Shooter [579]
The Devil Wears Prada The Act Metalcore, industrial, indie rock Solid State [580]
Elbow Giants of All Sizes Polydor [581]
Hillsong Worship Awake Contemporary worship Hillsong Music [582]
Lacuna Coil Black Anima Gothic metal, metalcore, nu metal Century Media, RED Music [583]
Lil' Kim 9 Hip hop, trap Queen Bee Entertainment, eOne [584]
Lil Tjay True 2 Myself Columbia [585]
Spyro Gyra Vinyl Tap Amherst Records [586]
Wale Wow... That's Crazy Hip hop Warner [587]
Waterparks Fandom Pop, pop rock, electropop, pop punk Hopeless [588]
YK Osiris The Golden Child R&B, hip hop Def Jam [589]
YoungBoy Never Broke Again AI YoungBoy 2 Never Broke Again, Atlantic [590]
October
13
Raury Fervent The Woods [591]
October
17
Becky G Mala Santa Sony Music Latin [592]
October
18
Ali Barter Hello, I'm Doing My Best Girly Bits, Inertia Music [593]
Alter Bridge Walk the Sky Napalm [594]
Battles Juice B Crypts Experimental rock, electronic rock Warp [595]
Berhana Han EQT Recordings [596]
Caroline Polachek Pang Columbia [597]
Chris Janson Real Friends Warner Nashville [598]
Clipping There Existed an Addiction to Blood Horrorcore Sub Pop [599]
Dream State Primrose Path UNFD [600]
Electric Guest Kin Indie pop Atlantic [601]
Floating Points Crush Electronic Ninja Tune [602]
Foals Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 2 Warner Bros., Transgressive [603]
Gucci Mane Woptober II Atlantic, GUWOP Enterprises [604]
James Arthur You Columbia [605]
Jessica Mauboy Hilda Sony Music Australia [606]
Maddie & Tae Everywhere I'm Goin' Mercury Nashville [607]
Skylar Grey Angel with Tattoos Skylar Grey [608]
Sufjan Stevens, Timo Andres The Decalogue Asthmatic Kitty [609]
Thandi Phoenix Thandi Phoenix Neon Records [610]
Yungblud The Underrated Youth Geffen, Locomotion [611]
October
24
Gryffin Gravity Interscope [612]
October
25
Airbourne Boneshaker Spinefarm [613]
Akon Akonda Akonik Label Group [614]
Armin van Buuren Balance Armada, Kontor, Sony Music [615]
Bad Wolves Nation Eleven Seven [616]
Brooke Candy Sexorcism NUXXE [617]
Cigarettes After Sex Cry Ambient pop, dream pop Partisan [618]
Deathprod Occulting Disk Smalltown Supersound [619]
Gallant Sweet Insomnia Mind of a Genius, Warner Bros. [620]
Grace Potter Daylight Fantasy [621]
James Blunt Once Upon a Mind Pop, folk-pop Atlantic UK [622]
Kanye West Jesus Is King GOOD Music, Def Jam [623]
King Princess Cheap Queen Pop Zelig Records, Columbia [624]
Leprous Pitfalls Progressive rock Inside Out Music [625]
London Elektricity Building Better Worlds Drum and bass Hospital [626]
Negativland True False Experimental rock Seeland [627]
Old Dominion Old Dominion Country RCA Nashville [628]
Puss n Boots Dear Santa Christmas [629]
Ringo Starr What's My Name Rock Universal Music Enterprises [630]
Saint Asonia Flawed Design Spinefarm [631]
Stereophonics Kind Stylus, Parlophone [632]
Swans Leaving Meaning Young God, Mute [633]
October
29
White Denim In Person Radio Milk Records [634]

November[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
November
1
Alphabeat Don't Know What's Cool Anymore Pop Warner Music Denmark [635]
Archie Roach Tell Me Why Bloodlines [636]
Cold War Kids New Age Norms 1 CWKTWO Corp., AWAL [637]
Gang Starr One of the Best Yet Hip hop To the Top, Gang Starr Enterprises [638]
Highly Suspect MCID Rock 300, Atlantic [639]
Hootie & the Blowfish Imperfect Circle Country, rock Capitol Nashville [640]
Jeff Lynne's ELO From Out of Nowhere Columbia [641]
Michael Kiwanuka Kiwanuka Folk, indie rock Polydor, Interscope [642]
Miranda Lambert Wildcard RCA, Vanner Records [643]
New Politics An Invitation to an Alternate Reality Big Noise Music Group [644]
Nicky Jam Íntimo Sony Latin [645]
Pabllo Vittar 111 1 Sony Music Brasil, BMT Produções Artísticas [646]
Sultan & Shepard Echoes of Life: Day Armada Music [647]
Various artists Charlie's Angels: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Pop Republic [648]
November
6
Hana Hanadriel HANA Ltd. [649]
November
7
Doja Cat Hot Pink RCA [650]
November
8
Audien Escapism Audien [651]
Bishop Briggs Champion Island [652]
FKA Twigs Magdalene Art pop, electronic Young Turks [653]
The Flower Kings Waiting for Miracles Inside Out [654]
Jason Derulo 2Sides (Side 1) Beluga Heights, Warner [655]
Luke Combs What You See Is What You Get Country Columbia Nashville, River House Artists [656]
The Script Sunsets & Full Moons Sony Music [657]
Simply Red Blue Eyed Soul BMG [658]
Sultan & Shepard Echoes of Life: Night Armada Music [647]
Zucchero D.O.C. Polydor [659]
November
13
Koda Kumi Re(cord) Rhythm Zone [660]
November
15
Celine Dion Courage Columbia [661]
Dillon Francis Magic Is Real IDGAFOS, Mad Decent [662]
Ezhel and Ufo361 Lights Out Stay High [663]
Kensington Time Universal [664]
Lady Antebellum Ocean BMLG [665]
Lil Peep Everybody's Everything Columbia [666]
Liz Planet Y2K Electropop Moving Castle [667]
Madeon Good Faith French house Columbia [668]
Milky Chance Mind the Moon Ignition [669]
Paul Kelly Songs from the South: 1985–2019 Gawd Aggie Records, EMI [670]
Tindersticks No Treasure but Hope Lucky Dog Recordings, City Slang [671]
Tory Lanez Chixtape 5 Mad Love Records, Interscope [672]
Westlife Spectrum Virgin EMI [673]
November
21
Tinashe Songs for You Tinashe Music Inc. [674]
November
22
Action Bronson and The Alchemist Lamb over Rice ALC Records [675]
Beck Hyperspace Capitol [676]
Coldplay Everyday Life Parlophone [677]
Grateful Dead Ready or Not Rock Rhino [678]
Hannah Diamond Reflections Pop PC Music [679]
Jason Aldean 9 Country rock BBR Music [680]
José Luis Perales Mirándote a los Ojos Warner Music Spain [681]
Labrinth Imagination & the Misfit Kid Syco Music [682]
Lindemann F & M Neue Deutsche Härte, industrial metal Universal, Vertigo Berlin [683]
Robbie Williams The Christmas Present Christmas Columbia [684]
Sodom Out of the Frontline Trench SPV/Steamhammer [685]
Tiziano Ferro Accetto Miracoli Virgin [686]
Trippie Redd A Love Letter to You 4 TenThousand Projects [687]
Billy Corgan Cotillions Americana Reprise [688]
Various artists This Warm December: A Brushfire Holiday Vol. 3 Christmas Brushfire [689]
November
29
Jimmy Barnes Modus Operandi Bloodlines [690]
Maruv Hellcat Story Warner Music Russia [691]
New Riders of the Purple Sage Thanksgiving in New York City Country rock Omnivore [692]
Ozuna Nibiru Aura Music, Sony Latin [693]
Ozzy Osbourne See You on the Other Side Epic [694]
Prong Age of Defiance Steamhammer [695]

December[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref
December
2
Iggy Azalea Wicked Lips Bad Dreams, Empire [696]
December
4
Band-Maid Conqueror Revolver [697]
December
6
Burial Tunes 2011–2019 Hyperdub [698]
Camila Cabello Romance Pop, R&B Epic, Syco [699]
The Chainsmokers World War Joy Electropop, EDM Disruptor, Columbia [700]
Cold Chisel Blood Moon Cold Chisel Music [701]
Fat Joe and Dre Family Ties RNG, Empire [702]
French Montana Montana Epic [703]
Ha*Ash En Vivo Sony Music Latin, OCESA Seitrack [704]
Kylie Minogue Golden Live in Concert Pop Darenote, BMG [705]
Liam Payne LP1 Capitol [706]
Peter Ulrich Final Reflections Alternative [707]
Roddy Ricch Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial Atlantic [708]
The Who Who Polydor [709]
XXXTentacion Bad Vibes Forever Empire [710]
December
13
American Football Year One Demos [711]
Blake Shelton Fully Loaded: God's Country Country Warner Music Nashville [712]
City Morgue City Morgue Volume 2: As Good as Dead [713]
Duster Duster Space rock, indie rock, slowcore Muddguts Records [714]
Free Nationals Free Nationals OBE LLC, Empire [715]
Harry Styles Fine Line Pop, pop rock, rock Columbia [716]
Pink Floyd The Later Years Progressive rock Pink Floyd Records, Legacy [717]
Stormzy Heavy Is the Head #Merky Records, Atlantic UK [718]
December
18
Luna Sea Cross Alternative rock Universal [719]
December
20
Gucci Mane East Atlanta Santa 3 GUWOP Enterprises, Atlantic [720]
Julianna Barwick Circumstance Synthesis Mistletone [721]
December
23
Ariana Grande K Bye for Now (SWT Live) Republic [722]
December
25
Sunday Service Jesus Is Born Gospel GOOD Music, Def Jam [723]
December
27
Bring Me the Horizon Music to Listen To... Electropop, electronica, ambient, experimental, industrial, trip hop, post-rock Sony Music, RCA [724]
JackBoys and Travis Scott JackBoys Cactus Jack Records, Epic [725]

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