Albums to Look Out For In 2022

2021 was a great year for music. We were blessed with TONS of new classics. Just to name a few memorable hit albums, we got Isaiah Rashad’s The House is Burning, Doja Cat’s Planet Her, Billie Eilish’s Happier Than Ever, Drake’s Certified Lover Boy and Adele’s 30.

So many artists gave us tracks to kick back to, songs to stay up all night dancing to, and lyrics to put us in our feels.

My “Top Songs of 2021” is pretty much the only thing on rotation at the moment. I’m already feeling a bit nostalgic from the amazing year of music. However, I know there is plenty to look forward to in 2022 and I’ll share exactly what’s coming down the pipes.

2021 albums



earl sweatshirt albums

Sick! is Earl Sweatshirt’s fourth studio album. He will be releasing these tunes on January 14th. This new release comes four years after his last studio album, Some Rap Songs. Three out of ten songs from the album have already been released. The three released tracks, “Tabula Rasa”, “2020” and “Titanic”, give us a feel of what the rest of the album will sound like. The album includes features from Zeloopers and Armand Hammer.

Rosalía – motomami

rosalia albums

While Rosalía’s highly anticipated follow-up to her Grammy winning album has no official released date yet, she did put out a teaser that confirmed its 2022 release. Motomami will include vocal features from Daddy Yankee, Frank Ocean, The Weeknd and others.

Mitski – Laurel hell

mitski albums

Mitski will be releasing her newest album Laurel Hell on February 4th. Four singles, “Love me more”, “Working for the knife”, “The Only Heartbreaker” and “Heat Lightning” have already been released and they all work to set the tone of the indie singer’s upcoming album.

Saweetie – pretty bitch music

Saweetie was supposed to release her debut album in 2021 but decided to delay the release so that some of the songs could be reconstructed. Her album will include the singles “Tap In”, “Best Friend” and “Back to the Streets”

These are only a few of the albums that are expected to be released this year. Here’s to hoping that 2022 gives us some more “no skip” albums!

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