Adele: Almost 4 years ago, Adele released her best-selling record, "21," forever changing the world of music for the better! This year, we're hoping to hear some new ballads from the classy songstress—possibly titled "25."
Robyn: Since the release of her 2010 album "Body Talk," Swedish artist Robyn has toured the world and made several TV appearances. This year, she released the "Do It Again" EP with Röyksopp and we're hoping this means that there are some more new songs on the way!
Rihanna: RiRi certainly hasn't been out of the spotlight, but it's been a while since we've heard new music. Her last studio album, "Unapologetic," was released in 2012, so we think it's about time for some new music from Rihanna.
Kesha: Kesha has been in the headlines recently, but not quite for her upbeat pop jams. After taking time for self improvement and dropping the dollar sign from her name, we're ready to hear from a new and improved Kesha.
Michelle Branch: We’ve been waiting years for a new solo album, as her last was in 2003! While we love her social presence (girl’s Twitter game is strong) we need to hear what she’s been recording in all those sessions.
Nelly: ‘M.O.' just came out in 2013, but Nelly is hot right now. With a new show on BET and endless guest appearances on tracks like his No. 1 “Cruise” we’re aching for a Nellyssance (a renaissance, Nelly style).
Lupe Fiasco: Even though Lupe went out on a club tour in 2014, his last LP was “Food & Liquor II" in 2012. He officially announced that a new album “Tetsuo & Youth,” is due in 2015 and we CAN NOT wait to hear what the philoso-rapper has to say this time around.
Passion Pit: Passion Pit is notorious for spending a long time in the studio and hasn't released a full length album since 'Gossamer' in 2012. This past summer, the group announced on Twitter that they were in the studio working on their 3rd album, so we've got our fingers crossed we'll hear these jams in the new year.
Macklemore: The Seattle rapper spent most of 2014 winning awards for his 2013 album, The Heist, which took 3 years to make but were really, really hoping he and his collaborator Ryan Lewis have picked up speed for their sophomore effort. We’d even take a new track to hold us over!
fun.: We had fun (ha) with guitarist Jack Antonoff’s solo offshoot, Bleachers in 2014, but it’s been 3 years since the Grammy winners that make up fun. put out "Some Nights" and we KNOW they have more anthemic tracks like “We Are Young” inside them.
A$AP Mob: The Harlem hip hop collective was hyping a debut studio release this year, but the project was shelved and scrapped! Whether we get new music from their solo projects or as a collaborative album, we just want the Mob back for the party in 2015.