Fall Music Releases: Pop Powerhouses, Country Classics, Hip-Hop Heavyweights and Beyond
LOS ANGELES (AP) Music fans, it is time to bid adieu to the sunny, slow summer months, and welcome fall historically, one of the busiest times in the calendar year for new albums, EPs, and mixtapes.
Trends have already begun to reveal themselves: Some of the biggest names in pop (and in pop's future) are gearing up for back-to-school releases. A-listers are returning after years. Country legends are taking on new genres. And hip-hop heavyweights are back in full force.
Others defy categorization like a new Pretenders record (Relentless), the swoon-worthy Live for Me EP from Omar Apollo, and Steve Aokis HiROQUEST: Double Helix" and even more have yet to be announced. Take a look at what's in store with The Associated Press' 2023 fall music preview a collection of releases scheduled to arrive between September and November.
After a summer full of superstar tours Taylor Swift, Beyonc, and Drake among them surely, its time to dive deep into a new hook or two. The season is stacked: Olivia Rodrigo will drop her highly anticipated sophomore album. Kylie Minogues more than Padam Padam, with her new athletic-pop album Tension." Doja Cat's Scarlet arrives.