Albums to come in 2021
Below, check out Official Charts' calendar of upcoming album releases for 2021. Be sure to check back often for updates as new albums are announced each week.
Richard Ashcroft - Acoustic Hymns Vol.1
Spice Girls - Spice (25th Anniversary Edition)
Tori Amos - Ocean To Ocean
Gregory Porter - Still Rising - The Collection
James Arthur - It'll All Make Sense In The End
Radiohead - Kid A Mnesia
Courtney Barnett - Things Take Time, Take Time
Idles - Crawler
Michael Buble - Christmas (10th Anniversary Edition)
Ronan Keating - Songs From Home
Silk Sonic - An Evening With Silk Sonic
Taylor Swift - Red (Taylor's Version)
The Wanted - Most Wanted: Greatest Hits
Adele - 30
Andre Rieu - Happy Together
Elbow - Flying Dream 1
Jame Blunt - The Stars Beneath My Feet (2004 - 2021)
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss - Raise The Roof
Sting - The Bridge
Gary Barlow - The Dream Of Christmas
Westlife - Wild Dreams
Alicia Keys - Keys
The Canadian singer-songwriter will release her seventh album this year, posting on Instagram that its lead single will be released in the summer.
Travis Barker confirmed on Instagram that the band will release a new album in 2021.
Brockhampton - TBA
The band will release what is potentially their final album together "before the end of the year," according to frontman Kevin Abstract.
Last August Cardi said in a US radio interview that she was plotting her next move after the global smash WAP, but was hesitant to give a release date until the pandemic is under control. "I have other projects coming out that doesn't involve music,” she said, “but when it comes to music I think I'm going to put out another single.”
Gwen has confirmed her fifth studio album, saying the record is a return to her ska and reggae-influenced roots.
The London rapper says he hopes to release his third album by August, and it will feature a mammoth 26 tracks.
Juice WRLD - The Party Never Ends
Kendrick has kept relatively quiet about when fans can expect new music, but given he was due to headline last year’s Glastonbury and British Summertime Hyde Park, we wouldn’t be surprised if he dropped the follow-up to his critically acclaimed DAMN. this year.