Many people are already starting to roll out their end of year lists but it seems they're premature. There are still a handful of huge albums still to arrive this year that could easily place and we've listed five of them below.
Eminem - Revival
He's been teasing it for what seems like forever now but Eminem will finally drop his ninth studio album Revival on 15th December. Details are still scarce but he's already dropped first single Walk On Water featuring Beyoncé. If that's what the first feature on the album is, imagine who else he has pulled in.
G-Eazy - The Beautiful & The Damned
G-Eazy is currently riding high off his Cardi B-featuring single No Limit but he's also been dropping some more heat of his forthcoming album due out 15th December. Him & I featuring Halsey dropped on Friday showing us once again he's one of the best at traversing hip-hop and pop.
N.E.R.D. - No_One Ever Really Dies
We've been waiting for this one to finally drop ever since they debuted it live last month at Complexcon. The first single Lemon featuring Rihanna was a stomper and the rest of the album guest list is stacked too. Ed Sheeran, Future, André 3000, Kendrick Lamar are all set to appear on their first album in three years. It's out 15th December.
Brockhampton - Saturation III
Brockhampton are one of the hardest working acts of the year. Kevin Abstract and co have gained serious momentum with their Saturation projects and they will drop the final part of the trilogy on 15th December. We're yet to hear anything from it but judging by its predecessors, it's going to be huge.
Linkin Park - One More Light Live
Before Chester Bennington's tragic death earlier this year, Linkin Park were touring their recent album One More Light. It's one of their most emotional projects to date and by all reports that translated to the stage. This collection of performances recorded before Chester's passing will be out 15th December.