Looking Ahead: A Release Calendar for Upcoming Albums



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Looking Ahead: A Release Calendar for Upcoming Albums

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Published in Blog · 16 June 2021
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With more and more music released each year, it's a near-impossible task to keep track of everything that's coming. From pop to hip-hop to alternative to K-pop to country, the choices made available feel endless -- not to mention vinyl, re-releases and collectible editions.

Below, check out Billboard's running calendar of upcoming releases to make sure you're in the know; check back often for updates to our schedule of albums to look forward to each week.

June 17
F9: The Fast Saga soundtrack

June 18
H.E.R., Back of My Mind
Lady Gaga, Born This Way the Tenth Anniversary

June 25
Alex McArtor, Welcome to the Wasteland EP
Cautious Clay, Deadpan Love
Doja Cat, Planet Her
Juicy J, The Hustle Still Continues
Lady A, What a Song Can Do (Chapter One)
Surfaces, Pacifico

July 4
Lana Del Rey, Blue Banisters

July 9
Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Jam & Lewis: Volume 1

July 16
Clairo, Sling
John Mayer, Sob Rock

July 23
Darkside, Spiral

July 30
Billie Eilish, Happier Than Ever
Bleachers, Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night
Modest Mouse, The Golden Casket
Prince, Welcome 2 America

Aug. 6
Barbra Streisand, Release Me 2
Chris Young, Famous Friends

Aug. 20
Debbie Gibson, The Body Remembers

Aug. 27
Chvrches, Screen Violence

Sept. 17
H3000, H3000

October (TBD)
John Prine and Friends Live at Newport Folk 2017




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