With the quarantine imposed, some of us who are privileged enough to stay at home are probably looking for something to do. Many people result to binge-watching shows on Netflix. But let’s be honest, it does get to a point where you feel like there’s nothing new to watch anymore. And if you’re like me, you probably barely even watch Netflix. Instead, you’d rather pass the time listening to music, even waiting for artists to drop their new songs.
Here are 8 newly-released albums you can listen to during quarantine.
8. Heartbreak Weather – Niall Horan (Released March 13, 2020)
The former One Direction member is back with his sophomore album, Heartbreak Weather. This is best to listen to if you want to get a glimpse of the different aspects of heartbreak. This singer’s acoustic songs are sure to tug your heartstrings, making it your comfort album that to listen to while in quarantine.
7. Suga – Megan Thee Stallion (Released March 6, 2020)
Yes, I probably included this because I can’t stop dancing Savage on Tiktok. But that’s not why we love Megan Thee Stallion, we love her because she is a powerhouse who isn’t afraid to say that she’s no one’s property. If you want to feel like a bad b*tch or if you just miss the club, SUGA is all you have to blast during the quarantine.
6. Chilombo – Jhené Aiko (Released March 6, 2020)
Adding to the list of women who aren’t afraid to speak their minds is Jhené Aiko. Chilombo explores the depth of a failed relationship. It’s best to listen to if you’re moving on from someone who played you, cheated on you, or lied to you. With her angelic voice, the R&B singer takes you on a journey from the fresh wound of a heartache to finally accepting the situation as it was.
5. Kid Krow – Conan Gray (Released March 20, 2020)
If you’re looking for a new artist to listen to while on quarantine, look no further. Conan Gray’s debut album Kid Krow is an indie-pop album that features a nostalgic sound reflective of your favorite coming-of-age movies. With superstars like Taylor Swift even freaking out over this album, the singer grounds himself as the next artist to look out for.