The new year is finally here, and with the season now underway, it’s time to look back at what’s been happening in the world of music and entertainment in 2018.
The year began with the arrival of the new album by the critically-acclaimed R&B duo Girls, which came out in November, followed by the arrival in May of a new album from the indie rock duo The Weeknd titled The Hills, which was released in early June.
In between, a slew of other artists and labels took on new projects.
In 2018, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of the birth of Elvis Presley, the first black musician to play the guitar and hit the charts.
In celebration, the Nashville-based artist B-Real also announced that he had been named to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
In addition, the year also marked the debut of the hip-hop group Migos, which formed in 2014, and featured the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean, Lil Uzi Vert, and Common.
While 2018 also saw the release of the movie, “American Sniper,” the most high-profile movie of the year was “The Good Place,” which was directed by Mike Judge and produced by Amy Pascal.
This movie was a major hit, earning more than $500 million worldwide.
Other notable events of the coming year include the first time an astronaut and his dog were married in the United States; the debut release of an animated film called “Disneyland,” which debuted in theaters nationwide on November 14; and the debut on television of the Broadway musical “Hamilton.”
There were also a slew.
The year also saw “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies,” “The Jungle Book,” “Transformers: The Last Knight,” and the release on DVD of “Frozen,” the animated Disney film based on Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales.
The full year also had a number of milestones, including the 50-year anniversary of Elvis’ birth, the 50,000th record sold in the country, the debut in New York City of the first hip-hopping roller coaster, and the first major concert for a hip-Hop artist, performed by Kendrick Lamar.
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But for now, here’s a look back on the year in music, with music festivals in mind.
With the release in January of the album by British singer-songwriter Louise derek entitled “The Future,” the year saw the launch of the UK’s largest electronic dance music festival, EDC London.
The following month, the band MØ released a new single titled “The End” on the single “The Day We Met,” which also featured the artist.
The month of February saw the first-ever performance by a British solo act, as the duo of Paul Simon and Stevie Wonder performed at the Brit Awards.
The group later released an EP, which featured performances from the group and others.
The end of the month also saw an album release for the British electronic duo A Tribe Called Quest, which they performed live at London’s O2 Arena in March.
The next month saw the band’s next album, the single, “The Life We Are,” released.
The album also featured performances by the group, including a performance by the band with a member of the band, and a performance of the song “Rise Up.”
The following month saw a record-breaking performance by U.K. rapper Lil Wayne and his band, with the artist’s album, “I Am a God,” released the following day.
On March 13, “Pitch Perfect” won the Grammy Award for best rap album, and it was also the first album to win Best Original Song, a distinction held by the album “Bad Blood,” released in 2017.
The following day, the group released their fifth studio album, which also included the single and track “All of Me,” as well as performances by Lil Wayne, MÙ, and A$AP Rocky.
The first day of April also saw two different releases for the band: the first being a compilation album of their songs, called “Louise deRoux: Louise DeRoux” with the singles “The Love of My Life” and “We Don’t Touch.”
The next day, April 7, saw the British artist Ed Sheeran release “The 21st Century” on Spotify, with a live performance from the singer-actress, and also a performance from rapper and producer Lil Wayne.
The final day of May saw the debut album by a hip hop artist, featuring the track “Ruthless” by rapper Drake.
The release was the first for Drake