November is ready to be a busy month on the music scene. Artists from genres as outdated and timeless as basic rock and as new and recent as lo-fi and hip-hop are dropping albums, and we’ve compiled essentially the most anticipated albums to observe for this month.
“Her Loss” by Drake and 21 Savage
The extremely anticipated collaboration between Drake and 21 Savage is lastly out. Launched on Nov. 4, the album additionally options Travis Scott on a single monitor.
“Solely the Sturdy Survive” by Bruce Springsteen
Rock legend Bruce Springsteen has returned to the music scene together with his new album “Solely the Sturdy Survive”. Acknowledged to be an album that leans extra into the soul style, it’s set to be launched on Nov. 11.
“SMITHEREENS” by Joji
Lo-fi hip-hop artist Joji has returned with the fourth album to be launched beneath his present stage title. The anticipated piece, “SMITHEREENS” dropped on Nov. 4.
“Let Your self Free” by Fitz and the Tantrums
Along with the announcement of their 2023 tour, indie pop-rock band Fitz and the Tantrums introduced that its fifth studio album “Let Your self Free,” shall be launched on Nov. 11.
“Feed tha Streets 3” by Roddy Wealthy
“MY GIFT TO YOU,” rapper Roddy Wealthy just lately posted on his Instagram, captioning a photograph of the duvet artwork for his latest mixtape “Feed that Streets 3”, set to be launched on Nov. 18.
“Get Rollin’” by Nickelback
After a five-year hiatus, Canadian alt-rock band Nickelback introduced in September the upcoming launch of its tenth studio album, “Get Rollin.” The album is ready to drop on Nov. 18th.
“Is This What It Feels Prefer to Really feel Like This” by The Wombats
Using the success of its chart-topping album “Repair Your self, Not the World,” English indie-rock band introduced the discharge of its latest EP, “Is This What It Feels Like To Really feel Like This?” The EP is ready to drop on Nov. 18.