The summer of 2015 will have plenty of big-name albums to take a look at. Here's a peek at what will be coming out this season.
Hip hop star Jason Derulo will be releasing Everything is 4, his newest album, in June.
Florence Welch and her group Florence and the Machine will have their third album, How Big How Blue How Beautiful, coming out in the early part of the month.
Country legends Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard have teamed up with a new album called Django and Jimmy.
Electronic music legend Giorgio Moroder has been on a comeback in recent time and will continue it with his newest album, Deja Vu.
Neil Young will release the Monsanto Years, an album protesting the notorious chemical company.
Carly Rae Jepsen is expected to release her new album in the summer. Details on the title of the album are unknown.
TLC will also be releasing a new album in the summer. The group went on Kickstarter to get the funds for completing the album. This is also the first album that the band has released since the death of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes nearly a decade ago.
Kanye West has hinted that his newest album will be released in the summer. The album was originally going to be called So Help Me God but he has stated on Twitter that the album will now be called Swish.
The Australian psychedelic band Tame Impala has made waves since its lead vocalist Kevin Parker was featured on Mark Ronson's recent album. Currents, the band's newest album, will be released in July.
The last official release by Frank Zappa will also be released in June. Dance Me This, which was recorded mostly before his death in 1993, is a primarily electronic album.
The late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain is expected to have a solo album of unreleased recordings in stores this summer. Brett Morgen, the director of the recent documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck organized much of the content for the film.