June Albums to Look Forward to
Are you dying to know if your favorite artists in music are going to release a new album this summer? Look no more because we’ve got you covered. This June we can expect to hear some awesome new songs from some of music’s current biggest artists. Let’s see what’s our way:
Usher’s newest album, “Looking 4 Myself,” hits stores on June 12. Although he’s been around for over a decade, Usher’s music still gets us pumped up and makes us want to dance. This album will feature collaborations with artists like Rick Ross, Pharrell, and Luke Steel. Sounds good, right? We’ve already gotten a little taste of the album with Usher’s single “Climax” that can be heard on many radio stations already. The song is a slow-jam in Usher’s beautiful falsetto voice, and we hope that we get to hear more of it on the album!
If Justin Bieber was our boyfriend, we’d never let him go. We also won’t let go of his upcoming album “Believe” that finally drops on June 19. With Usher as his mentor, we’re sure that the Biebs will be bringing us some more R&B songs that we can listen to while driving around with the windows down this summer. We’ve already heard “Boyfriend,” but Justin says that we can’t expect to hear the same kinds of sounds that his single already gave us. In an interview with VH1, Justin says that his album is new, exciting, and versatile. Although some people think that Justin is trying to get rid of his younger fans with his older sound, the man himself says that he just wants to gain fans, not lose them. We know that this album is definitely one to snag before your local stores sell out.
On June 26, Maroon 5’s newest album “Overexposed” will be released. We’re definitely looking forward to hearing more of Adam Levine’s voice on songs like “Lady Killer” and “Beautiful Goodbye.” If the album sounds anything like their newest single “Payphone” ft. Wiz Khalifa does, then we think we’ve got a great album on our hands coming from these guys. Maroon 5 always delivers a healthy balance of music you can rock out to and music you can play on a rainy day, so this album seems like it’s going to be awesome.
Which albums are you going to buy?