This week's New Music Friday releases is chock-full of new albums as artists rush to get their latest record out in time for Christmas.
Paloma Faith is among the players, returning with her fourth album The Architect, the follow-up to 2014's A Perfect Contradiction. She's up against singer-songwriter Morrissey, who releases his eleventh solo album Low in High School. Can Paloma go all the way to clinch her first Number 1 collection on the Official Chart?
There are also new albums out from Madness, who release a new best of called Full House, as does Phil Collins with Take A Look At Me Now, while Black Sabbath have put out a recording of their live show of their final ever hometown concert in Birmingham this year, called The End.
Elsewhere, Sia unleashes her first festive album, called Everyday Is Christmas, and West End stars Beverley Knight, Amber Riley and Cassidy Janson - aka the Leading Ladies - have joined forces for a new collection called Songs From The Stage. Check out our interview with the trio here.
On the singles front, Despacito singer Luis Fonsi has teamed up with Demi Lovato on new track Echame La Culpa (which translates to blame me), Fall Out Boy are back with a dance-tinged new single called Hold Me Tight Or Don't, and Jessie J releases the latest track from her upcoming album R.O.S.E, called Queen.