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Here Are the 20 Most Anticipated Albums of 2018

Rita Ora, TBA
Last year, the British singer released the chart-topping hits "Your Song," "Lonely Together," and "Anywhere," and is finally ready to drop her second studio album. Ora already pushed back the album's release date from last November to 2018 thanks to a legal dispute with her record label Roc Nation (owned by Jay Z), which was only settled last year. 

"I spent the last couple of years just wanting to put music out and all of a sudden I have my third hit song in six months," she told The Mirror. On the album, expect collaborations with Julia Michaels and Coldplay singer Chris Martin.