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Hey, have you heard of this guy? He's Kind Of A Big Deal™. Not only is he pals with Taylor Swift, he's the guy who sings that song, "Thinking Out Loud," which every newlywed in the past three years has danced to. You know the song with the lyrics, "And, darling, I will be loving you 'til we're 70," that makes you wonder What happens at 71, Ed? What happens at 71? Anyway, this is the Grammy-winning 26-year-old's third album and the first two singles, "Castle On The Hill" and "Shape of You" are already breaking sales records so get on board. 'Divide' comes out March 3.
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Looking for a dose of folksy German EDM? This multi-platinum duo have you covered. Their second album, 'Blossom,' is out on March 17 but you may already be grooving to lead single “Cocoon” which has been played over 19 million times on Spotify. The track was inspired by the former schoolmates Clemens Rehbein and Philipp Dausch's quest for time and space after the bananas success of their first record, 'Sadnecessary.' We can all relate, right? Like, so much success, just ugh.
Campus radio fave Leger is all over the place, releasing solo albums but also projects with The Situation and The Del Fi's. You might have caught him on tour with acts like Ron Sexsmith, The Sadies, Fred Eaglesmith, Danny Michel, or Skydiggers. His latest is 'Nonsense & Heartache,' a 2 LP set. To get a taste of his sound, check out his new single, "The Big Smoke Blues."
So many folks are calling 'Tremaine The Album' Trey Songz' comeback album but we're, like, Dude, he released 'Trigga' in 2014 not 2004 and then we're like, Things are moving too fast — maybe we're getting old, hold me closer Tony Danza! And then we're off googling memes and staving off dementia. Maybe. Anyway, this R&B crooner has sold over 14 million records and his latest drops on March 24. His latest single, "Playboy," is here.
Okay, here's where we can legit talk about a comeback. This '90s electrofunk sensation lead by Jay Kay (a.k.a. The Cat in the Hat) cranked out hits like "Virtual Insanity" and "Space Cowboy" and provided the soundtrack for Napoleon Dynamite's sweet dance routine. 'Automation' is their first album in 8 years and it's out March 31. In the meantime, check out the single, "Cloud 9."
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“The essence of the record is to draw emotions and moments that above all, feel human within the context of dance music,” Montreal producer and DJ Greene says of his debut album, 'Feel Infinite,' in a press release. “I want it to be celebratory of all that we feel and do and experience – the beautiful, the good, and the bad." Pick it up on March 10 and peep the video for "To Say" here.
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Wait 'til you hear the name of this album: 'Apocalipstick.' Isn't that the greatest? I mean, we would expect nothing less from one of Canada's best live acts who brought us the raucous hit "Don't Make 'Em Like They Used To" back in the halcyon days of '15. The Juno-nominated BC duo's latest album drops on March 24 and it even has a trailer!
The "You're Beautiful" singer took to his tub to announce his new album, 'The Afterlife,' on Twitter. Yep, nude in his bath, he was, like, "I've got something huge to show you!" Yep, he's 42 years old. Moving on: The album, which features a few tracks co-written by Ed Sheeran, follows 'Moon Landing' from 2013, and will be released on March 24.
Get this guy in a tooth-whitening ad stat because we're buying whatever he's using to maintain that marvelous mouth. Besides looking super bright and nice, that mouth also sings songs like his hit “Why Don’t We Just Dance” and his new single, “Hometown Girl,” from his new album, 'Deep South' which is currently climbing the charts. That mouth also speaks! And when it does, it says words like this: “I’m really proud of this album. It was really important for me to expand creatively and explore in new ways for this record,” Turner says in a press release. “The way I pick songs is different now. There are so many things in my life and career that have matured me as an artist.” 'Deep South' is out March 10.
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After breaking onto the scene with her 2013 EP 'Saudade,' this Brooklyn-based Argentine indie pop singer-songwriter scored a hit with "Bassically", which racked up over 12 million streams. Her latest, 'Crawl Space,' is out March 31.
The synthpop legends' new album, 'Spirit,' will be released on March 17. Produced by Simian Mobile Disco’s James Ford, it's the follow-up to the British group's 2013's outing, ‘Delta Machine.’ Here's the lead single, "Where’s The Revolution." The band have announced a sprawling world tour in support.
Her epic, orchestral debut EP, 'Right from Real,' earned this Toronto artist, composer, and producer a 2015 Juno nomination for Electronic Album of the Year. Now she's back with 'Darling Of The Afterglow,' due out on March 31. Check out her latest, "Afterglow."