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7 Albums We Can't Wait To Stream on Spotify: November 2022

Discover brand-new music this month



November 2022 has only just begun but it’s already serving nothing but certified hits. That said, we can’t wait to hear what else is in store for us as the rest of the month unfolds.


Kicking off the month, Joji released his new, heart-wrenching R&B album SMITHEREENS—a perfect way to keep the momentum going by following up his hit track “Glimpse of Us.” P-Pop boyband BGYO, too, dropped their second studio album BE:US with the title track “Magnet” and follow-up single “PNGNP.”


With a couple of more weeks left in November, we can’t help but get excited over the other upcoming releases—both singles and albums—slated to fill our playlists. Keep reading to find out when today’s highly-anticipated acts are set to release new music.



Bittersweet by Jess Connelly

After teasing us with sultry releases over the past few months (years even!), Filipina R&B singer-songwriter Jess Connelly is finally treating us with a full studio album. Bittersweet is an 11-track album featuring her hit singles “Chatter,” “Better,” and “Over You.” Get yourself in the mood with Jess’s soft tracks starting with “2 AM” below.


Stream ‘Bittersweet’ when it drops on November 11.




Faith in the Future by Louis Tomlinson

Oh, to be a Directioner in 2022! Louis Tomlinson is finally introducing his second full album Faith in the Future two years after his debut album Walls from 2020. The English singer-songwriter has already teased his album with two pre-release pop-rock tracks “Bigger Than Me” and “Out of My System.” Why not count down to album release day and watch the official music video for “Out of My System” below?


‘Faith in the Future’ drops on November 11 on all major streaming platforms.




houseplants by Cheats

Pinoy indie band Cheats is making their triumphant return with another smash album, houseplants. This new album packs a punch with 12 new songs—including the well-loved pre-releases “Hakbang,” “Honey Calm Down,” and “Kapit.” Cheats is also bringing in storied folk singer-songwriter Johnoy Danao for the track “Morning After,” while one of the tracks, “Hakbang” gets a special anniversary treat with an alternate cut music video. Watch it below.


Jam with Cheats and their new tracks from ‘houseplants,’ streaming November 12.




Y5 by Yuna

Yuna is finally culminating her five-part single release spree with Y5. The aptly named album is the fifth international studio album of the celebrated Malaysian singer. The project began as early as March this year with Y1, followed by the remainder of the single albums. Y5 consists of all 13 songs she’s released over the past year. Need a refresher? Watch the music video of her recent release “Fool 4 U” and get ready for the rest of the project.


‘Y5’ drops on November 11. Listen in via your favorite streaming platform.




2011 by Tokio Hotel

Finally, Tokio Hotel is releasing a full-length album five years since they dropped Dream Machine in 2017. The album title is a tribute to the formation of the band back in 2001 and is a celebration of the German band’s roots. The 16-track album includes previously released songs “Durch den Monsun 2020” and “Happy People.” Watch the official lyric video for the latter below.


Mark November 18 on your calendar for Tokio Hotel’s newest album, ‘2011.’




Lowlife Princess: Noir by BIBI

At long last, Korean R&B singer-songwriter BIBI is releasing a full-length album called Lowlife Princess: Noir. With 12 new songs, we can’t help but be excited about the new era she’s ushering in along with her debut album. According to the singer, her project’s narrative takes inspiration from the masterpiece movie Lady Vengeance by director Park Chan Wook (Oldboy, The Handmaiden). Get in the mood ahead of the release with BIBI’s “Animal Farm” below.


BIBI drops ‘Lowlife Princess: Noir’ on November 18. Catch it on all streaming platforms online.




The ReVe Festival 2022 – Birthday by Red Velvet

Like a bomb on Reveluvs, Red Velvet just announced their long-awaited comeback. The new album entitled The ReVe Festival 2022 – Birthday displays a stark difference from their last comeback with “Feel My Rhythm,” an ode to classical music and modern K-Pop beats. Will we hear more classical samples on Birthday? We’re excited to find out either way. Dance to “Feel My Rhythm” below.


Join the ReVe Festival on November 28 with ‘The ReVe Festival 2022 – Birthday.’




Stream these artists and their songs on Spotify, the country’s #1 music app. Get it right here and now with Globe—no credit card necessary. You may also upgrade to a Spotify Premium account with just a Globe mobile number. For Globe Postpaid customers, follow the steps found here.


Globe Prepaid users only have to download the Spotify app and register for an account. Already a Spotify subscriber? Simply log in, then go to “Your Library.” Select the icon on the upper right corner of the screen. Tap “Go Premium” and choose Globe as your payment option. Enter your Globe Prepaid number and tap “Continue.” Wait for the verification code to be sent to you via SMS, enter the code on the Spotify Premium page and you’re done.


Now you can download music, play all your favorite songs, and stream music without ads getting in the way.



Author Fran Testa

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