I think it’s time to take a look at the best new music from 2016, the year I left the network.
I didn’t get a chance to listen to a lot of music, so I wanted to make sure I was not missing out on any great stuff.
So let’s start with some of the top 20, and then I’ll look at what I did listen to that year.
Here’s my list of the best New Music from 2016: 1.
The Killers – The Killers: (The Killrs) This band made their big-screen debut in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and is still going strong.
They’ve been doing their best to remain relevant through their two albums and a series of singles, but they’re not afraid to experiment.
The album that stood out for me this year was The Kills: A New Breed.
The band was on their way to a Top 5 hit with I’ll Be There when they announced their new album, and they made a ton of noise.
“This album has everything,” frontman Adam Lambert said.
“A heavy-hitting album that hits the listener with the same intensity and energy of its predecessors.
I’m not the biggest fan of the band, but The Kills: The New Breed is a great album that I highly recommend to fans of the Killers.
It has that kind of sound that makes you want to buy more.”
The new album isn’t just the best song from the band’s new album The Fall, but it’s the most cohesive and accessible album they’ve ever released.
It’s not a big-ticket item on the radio, but there are no distractions to distract you from the incredible music.
Kendrick Lamar – (TDE) Kendrick Lamar is one of the most influential rappers to come out of the Bay Area in years.
TDE’s album, Lemonade, is one of my favorite albums of the year, and it’s only the second album on the TDE catalog that has sold over one million copies.
Lamar is one half of the Compton-bred rap duo DAMNATION, which is the most popular group of rappers in the world.
It was one of his first solo projects, and his first hit single, “Alright,” was a huge hit.
Now, TRE is making another album, but with a different vocalist.
Kendrick Lewis & The Daps – Lionheart: (Daps) Daps’ sophomore album Lionheart is a perfect example of what can be accomplished when you combine the power of rap with the strength of a hip-hop artist.
“Daps” is the best-reviewed album of the entire year, with a 100% Rotten Tomatoes score.
The album’s not just a collection of songs that have some nice beats and some catchy hooks, but is a cohesive record.
This is a record that’s not going to change the way you listen to hip-hip music anytime soon.
Kanye West – West: (Kanye West) (Getty Images) Kanye West has always been one of those guys that seems to be the biggest influence on the hip-Hop landscape.
His music has always made me want to go out and dance at a club, and he’s constantly changing styles.
His work is constantly evolving, and every time I hear his music, I’m not sure where I’ll be.
However, I’ve always found his music to be more than just a few tracks.
Kanye is a legend in hip-Hip-Hop, and I feel like he has a lot to tell us.
I think the album that stands out for Kanye this year is LIVE: Live.
Live is a big, bold record that feels like it is a culmination of everything Kanye has been trying to accomplish since his debut album, Yeezus, in 2009.
It’s about making art and being creative in the real world. 5.
Beyoncé – Bitch Better Have My Money: Bitches Brew: (Beyoncé) Beyoncé’s biggest album to date is Bits Brew.
It is, as she said in an interview with the New York Times, a “tribute to Black culture” and “a celebration of the power, resilience and power of the women of the South.”
Bees Brew is a collection that explores Beyoncés legacy of being a feminist and a champion of women’s rights.
In a world where women are often objectified and sexualized, Beyoncé has never been afraid to break down the stigma that surrounds them.
She’s a powerful symbol of Black empowerment, and the album is packed with powerful messages about feminism and black power.
Dua Lipa – Love Yourself: Dua Lipas New album Love Yourself (via