Highlights: Fall Music Releases


While the COVID-19 pandemic has delayed the release of many movies and television series, that hasn’t stopped artists from releasing their latest music albums and singles. 

Demi Lovato, Justin Bieber and Katy Perry have all released music within the last few months, providing music for fans. 

Demi Lovato and Marshmello have released their newest hit, OK Not To Be OK. The song was released on Sept. 10, which is World Suicide Prevention Day.

Lovato and Marshmello are in a partnership with Hope For The Day, a non-profit agency that raises awareness for suicide prevention and mental health education. 

Another collaboration that released this month was Justin Bieber and Chance the Rapper’s Holy.

The song is meant to show how faith can strengthen love. This seems to be a reflection on how Bieber’s wife brought him closer to God. Since they have been together, Bieber has openly stated that his relationship with God has strengthened. 

The music video adds another layer to this as Bieber plays an oil worker who lost his job due to a global event, which seems to symbolize the COVID-19 pandemic. The song is a message to those who are struggling, reminding them to have hope when things look bleak. 

Other albums releasing later this year include Juicy J’s The Hustle Continues on Oct. 14, Sam Smith’s Love Goes full album on Oct. 30 and Lana Del Rey’s Chemtrails over the Country Road releasing on an unknown date later this year.

It seems that the music industry is not slowing down in terms of content. My own personal favorite song that was released recently is Nobody Gets Me (Like You) by The Wallows. Let us know what your favorite releases are.