Whether you are into bubblegum pop, rap or hip-hop, it seems as though November will bring new music for all tastes. Here’s a sneak peak at some of the most anticipated albums of the coming month.
1989 by Taylor Swift. If you have not already heard a girl on your floor singing some T Swift in the shower (guilty as charged), be sure to check out this recently released album. It’s quirky, it’s catchy and you would be lying if you said you did not like it.
Motion by Calvin Harris. From Big Sean to Gwen Stefani, Calvin Harris collaborates with a variety of artists to put a unique spin on EDM on November 4.
Sonic Highways by Foo Fighters. Check out the rock band’s eighth studio record on November 10.
Nick Jonas by Nick Jonas. Indulge in a blast from the past as Nick Jonas abandons his trio status and releases his self-titled album on November 11.
Four by One Direction. Everyone needs a boy band fix at some point or another. Maybe November 17 will be that day for you.
No Fixed Address by Nickelback. Encountering an avid Nickelback fan is a rare occurrence. But if that is what you are into, proudly embrace it and mark November 18 on your calendar now.
Reclassified by Iggy Azalea. The Australian rapper’s debut follow-up will hit stores on November 21. It will include all songs from “New Classic” and 5 brand new songs. (“Fancy” is a great anthem for residents of Ignacio Hall. I-g-g-y.)
Beyoncé Platinum Edition by Beyoncé. The last time we heard from the queen of pop, she dropped an unpublicized album overnight. Queen B is continuing to ride the shock wave by releasing a box set on November 24, which will include remixes of her old work and previously unreleased bonus tracks.
The Pinkprint by Nicki Minaj. My anaconda don’t want none unless you got this album in your hands on November 24.
Shady XV by Eminem. Eminem is returning to the rap scene with the release of this compilation album on November 28. The album includes a greatest hits disc along with new music from the artists of Shady Records. Will the real Slim Shady please stand up?
Once November passes, the Christmas music season begins in full swing. Be sure to check out these new albums before Christmas carols are the only sound you hear!