Britney’s 17-track album dabbles mostly in R&B, hip-hop and pop. There are no guest artistes, no attempts to malign anyone and no talk of boyfriends.
NOW That’s What I Call Music! 2017 collection has songs that you have probably been listening to for months on TV and radio, so their inclusion here is a bonus for your non-stop party. That’s right; this 18 track album is a must-have for any party.
Those who have followed her music know her style and her jazz influences felt on most of her work down her 14-year career. Norah Jones’ sixth album, Daybreaks, features nine original songs and three covers that take you back to her roots.
Carly Rae Jepsen’s third album E•MO•TION brings us some bubblegum pop, and even though we would not label it as one of the best pop records we have heard so far, the singer-songwriter pulls out some good moments on the album.
At her most benevolent and most unadulterated, Lemonade presents Beyoncé at her most skilled and orchestral mode creating a mix of crazy anthems which all goes to make a great album.