Triumphant fourth LP that takes the high road of growth, acceptance, and ownership after a difficult divorce.
On what could be titled The Even Greater Pains of Being Grown, the singer/songwriter balances personal turmoil with heightened melodicism.
An impressive comeback album from the former Disney kids that delves into warm and inviting '70s soft rock and organic modern pop.
Delivering on the promise of her debut, the pop chameleon matures with confidence and grace atop subtle, powerful, and genre-blurring production.
The English singer/songwriter's fourth set soothes heartache with comforting production and relatable storytelling.
The project's third album channels Bruce Springsteen's glory days as it captures the moment when joy shoves desperation out of the way.
On their third album, the Japanese quartet ditch the guitars and shouting for a sophisticated new sound that blends modern pop and soft R&B.
The intergalactic ninth album from the English band takes their late-era pop sound to new heights with producer Max Martin.
Course-changing second EP that finds the pop singer embracing electronic sounds and her identity.
The third album from this pop/rap/R&B polymath tries something different on almost every song, aided by detailed production and big-name guests.
A restless, kinetic album featuring collaborations with Blur's Graham Coxon, Giorgio Moroder, and Tove Lo.
The Paramore singer's sophomore album finds her playing all of the instruments, further developing her artful, introspective sound.
A swaggering, hooky debut that finds the in-demand songwriter further grabbing the pop spotlight.
A fascinating reimagining of Gaga's 2020 dancefloor comeback that enlists a dream team of future-pop and electronic artists.
The wounded if defiant return from the two-time Mercury Prize nominee draws from vintage high-tech R&B and art pop.
The buoyantly addictive debut from the electronic duo balances '70s funk grooves and ambient textures with a wry 2000s Britney Spears pop energy.
Processing pain, the Welsh singer/songwriter balances rousing anthems and introspective heartache on her fifth set of quirky pop.
On her sleek yet unpredictable second album, the producer hones her defiant, playfully ominous pop.
The singer/songwriter builds on her blockbuster debut single "Driver's License" with more barbed ballads and surprisingly fierce rock.
The multi-national avant-pop outfit's vibrant, confident debut album combines theatricality with plenty of heart.
Exhilarating debut mixtape from the viral pop sensation, whose urgent, sincere tunes craftily draw from U.K. garage and drum'n'bass.
The singer/songwriter turns away from heartache on softly strong songs about the beauty of everyday love and happiness.
The Australian pop maven expands her signature sound to cinematic scale on songs from and inspired by her directorial debut.
The debut full-length from the Australian singer showcases her emotive vocals and kinetic pop grooves.
The veteran producer and DJ delivers a charming set of aural amuse-bouches that touch on decades' worth of witty, sophisticated sounds.