4. 3.15.20 – Childish Gambino (Released March 22, 2020)
Described as a “deep-dive made for self-isolation” by The Guardian, Childish Gambino’s surprise drop explores themes of self-love, meditation, and spirituality. If you want to listen to an album with inspiring takes on contemporary themes, 3.15.20 is your quarantine album. With collaborations with artists like Ariana Grande, 21 Savage, and SZA, this album is sure to take you on a beautiful sonic experience.
3. Future Nostalgia – Dua Lipa (Released March 27, 2020)
With the release of Future Nostalgia, Dua Lipa proves that she is here to stay in the music industry. The album even got multiple 5/5 reviews by different critics. If you want to host your solo dance party at home, her disco-inspired bops are here to keep you happy during quarantine (a plus if you get to memorize and her choreography to Don’t Start Now).
2. Diwa – juan karlos (Released March 20, 2020)
If OPM is your choice of music, Juan Karlos’ Diwa is the quarantine album for you. This album proves that the band is more than just their hit single, “Buwan.” Given the freedom to experiment with whatever sound they want, the band offers passionate songs that explore themes of love and heartbreak.
- After Hours – The Weeknd (Released March 20, 2020)
Breaking records even before it was released, After Hours is an album that explores The Weeknd’s feelings after leaving his ex-girlfriend. Though some of us may not relate to this, the lyrical details are what amplify the songs on the album. The R&B singer is known to put out his creativity and emotions on every track, making this the album the one you’d want to put on repeat during quarantine.
Which album are you going to listen to on repeat this quarantine? Let us know in the comments!