Lizzo’s new album tops this week’s music releases

Cleveland, Ohio — by Lizzo The latest effort tops a week of new music releases that include tracks from Chicago and Ne-Yo, Noah Cyrus’ feature debut and the unlikely team of Jeff Beck and Johnny Depp (all subject to change)…

Album of the week: 2019’s ‘Cuz I Love You’ Platinum Sales Let Us Know Melissa “Lizzo” Jefferson was something special, but she affirms it with her fourth album, “Special” (Nice Life/Atlantic). The Detroit-born, nationwide-raised, co-executive singer produced the 12-song set, which was preceded by single “About Damn Time” and features a closing track titled “Coldplay,” which samples the hit.” Yellow” of this group. as well as “Sudden Death” by Quelle Chris and Chris Keys.

Title of the album of the week: Sabrina Carpenter, “emails that I cannot send” (island)

Did you know ? : Zachary and Andrew Gabbard of the Cincinnati Buffalo Killers and touring band The Black Keys come out as their own entity, premiering this week with “The Gabbard Brothers” (Karma Chief/Colemine).

New and remarkable

beabadoobee, “Beatopia” (Dirty Hit/Interscope)

Jeff Beck and Johnny Depp, “18” (Atco/Rhino)

Chicago, “Born For This Moment” (Chicago/BMG)

Noah Cyrus, “The Hardest Part” (Records/Columbia)

J-Hope, “Jack in the Box” (Big Hit Music)

Ne-Yo, “Explains” (Motown)

OAR, “The Arcade” (self-published/The Orchard)

Orbital, “30 Something” (London)

Alan Parson, “From the New World” (Frontiers Music)

We Banjo 3, “Open the Road” (self-released)

Hot New Singles

Steve Augeri, “Baited Breath;” The bad plus“Wall of the Sun;” Joey Bada$$, “Survivor’s Guilt”; Lloyd Banks, “To fall in love;” black bear, “the idea;” Bonny Rider Light, “Summer Dream;” Claudette Forest, “Creamy soda;” The cult, “Have mercy on me”; Disturbed, “Hey you;” DNCE, “got me good;” DOMi & JD Beck, “Take a Chance” with Anderson.Paak; Dropkick Murphys, “Two upside-down 6s;” Craving for Hagood, “Blue Dream Baby” with Kacey Musgraves; Jim Lauderdale, “This kind of life (this kind of day);” Julian Lennon, “Save me” and breathe; » The Volta of Mars, “Cemetery Love”; Morrissey, “The pyre of adolescents”; mountain goats, “Wage Wars Get Rich Die Beautiful;” Tommy Newport, “Tongue and cheek;” pouty face, “Rag Doll” with K. Flay; Jonathan Pushkar, “Love and Thunder”; David LeeRoth, “Pointing to the Moon”; Silversun Pickups, “Fear together”; Sir, “Life is Beautiful;” Temecula Road, “The Sorrow in the Boots;” KT Tunstall, “I am the pilot”; Keith Urban, “Brown-eyed baby;” Water Parks, “Self-sabotage;”

Also released

The A’s, “Fruit” (Psychic Hotline)

Acoustic Syndicate, “All in Time” (organic)

Alexander 23, “Replicas” (Interscope)

…And You’ll Know Us By The Dead Track, “XI: Bleed Here Now” (Dine Alone)

Antigma, “Whiteout” (Selfmadegod)

ARP, “New Pleasures” (Mexican Summer)

Emmay Ayz, “Animus” (self-produced)

Rachel Bobbitt, “The Ceiling Might Collapse” (Fantasy)

Will Carlisle, “Particular, Missouri” (Free Dirt)

Chung Ha, “Bare & Rare” (MNH Entertainment/88 Rising)

Deaf Havana, “The present is a foreign land” (SO Recordings/Silva Screen)

Jessie Deluxe, “Magic” (self-produced)

doubleVee, “Treat Her Strange” (self-published)

Elf Power, “Artificial Campaigns” (Yep Roc)

Ronnie Foster, “Restart” (Blue Note)

Dylan Fraser, “Revolution 2030” (Atlantic)

Future Now, “Second Skin” (Seeing Red/Pajama Party)

Gard Nilssen Acoustic Unity, “Elastic Wave” (ECM)

Gipsy Kings, “Bamboleo Remixes” (None)

God is an Astronaut, “The Beginning of the End” (Napalm)

Goon, “Hour of Green Evening” (fashion recordings))

Chung Ha, “Bare & Rare” (MNH Entertainment)

His song, “Architecture of Hypervirulence” (Profound Lore)

Interpol, “The Other Side of Pretending” (Matador)

ITZY, “Checkmate” (JYP Entertainment/Republic)

Dennis Johnson, “Revelation” (self-published)

Kill Shelter, “Asylum” (Metropolis)

Laundry, “Happening” (Ghostly)

Local Honeys, “Local Honeys” (La Honda)

Mabel, “About Last Night” (Capitol)

Madeline The Person, “Chapter 3: The Burning” (self-published)

Manatar, “The pain is eternal and it’s the end” (Metal Blade)

Samuel Marino, “Sopranista” (Decca)

McCall, “…To Be a Dream…” (self-published)

Arlo McKinley, “This Mess We’re In” (Oh Boy/Thirty Tigers)

Travie McCoy, “Never Slept Better” (Hopeless)

Merle Jagger, “Trash Talking Guitars” (JTM Music)

Lil Silva, “Yesterday Is Heavy” (Nowhere Music)

Tami Neilson, “Kingmaker” (Outside Music)

The North Country, “Born at the Right Time (Exquisite Corpse)” (Misra)

Oakrest, “Summer Sun” (self-produced)

Omah, “Lone Boy” (Sire/Warner)

Orianthi, “Live from Hollywood” (Frontiers)

Ozomatli, “En Marche” (Blue Elan)

Christina Perri, “a lighter shade of blue” (Elektra)

Years of the plague, “We all suffer” (MNRK)

Priest, “Body Machine” (Cleopatra)

Queen Kwong, “Couples Only” (Sonic Ritual)

Sick N’ Beautiful, “Statstruck” (Borders)

Sinner, “Brotherhood” (Atomic Fire)

Superorganism, “World Wide Pop” (Domino)

Joan Tolchin, “Lava Lamp” (Yep Rock)

Parker Twomey, “All This Life” (self-published)

Witchcraft, “Nightside” (Century Media)

Working Men’s Club, “Fear Fear” (Heavenly/[PIAS])

Ed Wynne, “Tumbling Through the Floativerse” (Kscope)

Sincerely, “Is this what I look like?” (UNFD)

From the vaults

Kid Cudi, “A Kid Named Cudi” (10 Deep/Fool’s Gold)

Linda Gail Lewis, “First Sides 1963-1973” (Goldenlane/Cleopatra)

Mutants, “The Curse of the Easily Amused” (Liberation Hall)

Harry Nilsson, “Harry Nilsson: The A’s and the B’s” (BGO)

Steeleye Span, “The Good Times of Old England: Steeleye Span 1972-1983” (Chrysalis)

Sunny and the Sunliners, “Mr. Brown Eyed Soul Vol. 2″ (Big Crown)

Various Artists, Bubblerock Is Here to Stay, Volume Two: The Explosion of British Pop 1970-73″ (Grapefruit/Cherry Red)

Various Artists, “Earl’s Closet: The Lost Archive of Earl McGrath, 1970-1980” (Light in the Attic)


“MJ the Musical – Original Broadway Cast Recording” (Legacy)

“Resident Evil: Original Netflix Series Soundtrack” (Milan)