The year 2023 has arrived filled with tons of music releasing in order of days each week, but there’s still a lot more to come.
Some of the albums of celebrities with their albums released this year are Karol G, Manana Ser Bonito y Manana Ser Bonito (Bichota Season), Taylor Swift in her Speak Now (Taylor’s version), Tiny and her Cupido or Paso Pluma con Genesis Baddesk this year; But there are still many premieres lined up in the coming months, some confirmed and some yet to be announced.
Funk Generation: A Favela Love Story (August 17)
Brazilian singer Anita announced that her sixth studio album, Funk Generation: A Favela Love Story, will be released this July, August 17.
From the album, the funk rave sensillo is known, with which the artist returns to his origins.
It is Anita’s comeback following the worldwide success of her previous material: Versions of Me, from which emerges the global hit, Envolver.
Olivia Rodrigo, Guts (September 8)
Olivia Rodrigo’s return to music was one of the most anticipated successes according to her debut film, Sour. Their new material seems to follow the pop rock wave of their previous work, fans have been able to hear vampire themes from Guts, which is a success on the charts, and the recent release Was a Bad Idea, Right?
V, The Layover (September 8)
It is the debut album by South Korean V, a member of BTS. The artist revealed that the record work would include a total of eight songs: Rainy Days, Blue, Love Me Again, Slow Dancing, For Us and Slow Dancing (piano version).
On 10 August, the video for Simply Love Me Again was revealed.
Demi Lovato – Revamped (Sept 15)
Following the success of her album Holly FVK, Demi Lovato will return with a new rock album titled Revamped, where the singer will reinterpret many of her hits, but in a rock version, a style that she has followed since her previous launch. It has been the focus of attention ever since.
It includes songs like Heart Attack, Sorry Not Sorry and Confident.
Kylie Minogue, Tension (22 September)
The return of the queen of Australian pop, Kylie Minogue, is back with her album Number Daisesis, whose first single, Padam Padam, has become a worldwide hit on dance floors.
Taylor Swift, 1989 (Taylor’s version) (27 October)
Taylor Swift continues to re-record her debut album to reclaim the entirety of her rights, after releasing re-recordings of Fearless, Red and Speak Now in 1989’s Turn, an album of which The biggest successes of his career have been released, which include such themes as: New Romantics, Shake It Off, Style and Blank Space.
Nicki Minaj, Pink Friday 2 (November 17)
Rapper Nicki Minaj announced the release of a sequel to her debut album, Pink Friday (2010), which will be her fifth studio album and first since the 2018 release of Queen.
Although she hasn’t revealed any details about when it will be known, Danna Paola has confirmed that her new album will be released before the end of 2023. Sensilos of this material are known: XT4S1S, 1Trago and the most recent we have to talk about. With this work fans will see the most human and personal side of the singer, her last album coming in 2021, KO, with which she was nominated for a Latin Grammy.
Shakira’s last album was El Dorado in 2017; Since then his fans have been waiting for a new disc. By this time, Shakira has released a number of sensillos with which she has achieved worldwide success, although it is unknown whether these will be part of the album that will mark her career’s octave.
Shakira premiered the themes today: Te Felicito with Rau Alejandro, Monotonia with Ozuna, Acrostico with Manuel Turizzo and Copa Vesia. In addition to collaborating with Bizarrap on Session 53.
Instead of announcing that she’ll be returning to big music after signing a contract with Warner Music, Belinda promises that her fans will be treated to new music this 2023, even if it means it’s just one album. It’s the simple matter, Everything May Pass, that the artist can smile about with her fifth studio album and first since the release of Catarsis in 2013.
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