8 Genre-Spanning New Albums Dropping in February 2023

Join us as we take a look at some of the most anticipated albums releasing this month in the world of music.

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SiriusXM Editor
February 2, 2023

There’s a truly eclectic mix of music releasing this February, with something for everyone whether you’re into pop, punk, pop-punk, or EDM. From RAYE’s debut studio album to Shania Twain’s first album since 2017, there’s a whole host of exciting music coming your way.

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Of course, a new album often comes hand-in-hand with a new tour. So if you want to see which artists will be touring their new albums, check out our recent tour round-ups from December and January.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at just some of what’s coming up in the world of music in the next few weeks!

RAYE My 21st Century Blues

February 3

Singer-songwriter RAYE’s debut studio album is hotly anticipated. Having previously co-written songs with the likes of Beyoncé, Quavo, and Ellie Goulding, RAYE is no stranger to creating high-quality music across genres. My 21st Century Blues promises a mix of pop, R&B, hip-hop, and more. For a taste of what’s to come, here’s a look at “Escapism,” the viral single that you can hear on TikTok Radio (Ch. 4).


Shania Twain — Queen of Me

February 3

After a seven-year wait, Shania Twain fans will finally be able to get their hands on a new album. Her recent all-singing, all-dancing single “Giddy Up” showed that she’s still the one when it comes to releasing songs you want to go totally crazy for. To hear some of Shania’s smash hits from the ’90s, head to Prime Country (Ch. 58). Here’s a look at when Shania opened up to Lori Majewski about body image in the country music industry.


Paramore — This Is Why

February 10

On hiatus since 2017, Paramore returned in 2022 with a new single, “This Is Why,” from their upcoming album of the same name. The band’s sixth studio album looks to bring with it a distinctive post-punk sound. To hear to more of Paramore’s hits, listen to Alt Nation (Ch. 36). You can also check out lead vocalist Hayley Williams’s visit to SiriusXM, where she spoke about the lengths she’d go to for Billie Eilish.


P!nk — Trustfall

February 17

Raise your glass because singer, icon, and roundtable host P!nk is only weeks away from releasing her ninth studio album! To listen to some of P!nk’s 2000s throwback hits in anticipation, head over to Mosaic (Ch. 15). If you want a peek of what’s to come in TRUSTFALL, check out the brand-new single of the same name.


Logic — College Park

February 24

College Park will be the eighth studio album from Logic. Featuring a host of popular artists, including RZA and Norah Jones, College Park looks to encompass the rapper’s unique and instantly-recognizable brand of hip-hop that you can regularly hear on The Heat (Ch. 46). Logic’s music has undoubtedly evolved and grown over the years, but his freestyle rapping has remained a high calibre. To get you ready for the release, here’s a look at the official trailer, written and directed by the man himself!


Gorillaz — Cracker Island

February 24

Fresh off of their 2022 world tour, virtual band Gorillaz is only weeks away from releasing their eighth studio album. Featuring an eclectic mix of alternative rock, hip-hop, and indie music, Gorillaz bring a distinctive style that has so far led to the sale of over 27 million albums. Cracker Island includes some all-star collaborations with artists such as Stevie Nicks, Beck, Bad Bunny, and Adeleye Omotayo.


Adam Lambert — High Drama

February 24

Adam Lambert’s illustrious career has gone from strength to strength. From being an American Idol finalist back in 2009 to doing extensive work with Queen, all while selling over 3 million albums along the way, Lambert has achieved a lot — and there’s more to come. This month, Lambert releases his fifth studio album, consisting of a diverse collection of covers, including his take on Bonnie Tyler’s classic 1984 hit “Holding Out for a Hero.” For more from Lambert, tune into The 10s Spot (Ch. 11).


Tiësto — DRIVE

February 24

Widely regarded as one of the greatest modern DJs, Tiësto’s name is synonymous with various genres and subgenres of dance music, including EDM, trance, and deep house. Featuring music with Ava Max, Charlie XCX, and the Black Eyed Peas, Tiësto’s eighth studio album looks to DRIVE you to start dancing. For the latest and greatest in dance hits, check out BPM (Ch. 51). And, for a sample of what’s to come with DRIVE, here’s the official music video of the single “10:35” ft. Tate McRae.

These are just some of the hotly anticipated albums heading your way this month. Make sure to check out SiriusXM for more music, entertainment, and news!