Dan + Shay - CMT Music Awards at Bridgestone Arena Nashville - Arrivals at Bridgestone Arena - Nashville, Tennessee, United States - Wednesday 8th June 2016
Dan & Shay - Darius Rucker's Good For A Good Time Tour at Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre at Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre - West Palm Beach, Florida, United States - Saturday 4th June 2016
Dan & Shay - The 51st Academy of Country Music Awards Red Carpet Arrivals at MGM Grand Garden Arena at MGM Grand Garden Arena - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Monday 4th April 2016
Dan + Shay - 51st ACM Awards 2016 held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena inside MGM Grand Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Sunday 3rd April 2016
What are some of the best pop albums released so far in 2014? Here's a look at five of them.
We've nearly reached the halfway point of 2014, and through that period, we’ve certainly had enough music to last an entire year already. Luckily, there’s still a good amount of time to go, and rumored albums from the likes of Adele, Kanye West, and Taylor Swift just barely scratch the surface on what we could possibly see before the year’s end. However, until the day that there’s confirmation of any of those records existing, we have the top five records from 2014 that are definitely worth checking out.
05) Karmin - Pulses
After taking over the airwaves with their 2012 platinum single, ‘Brokenhearted,’ it was near radio silence from pop-duo Karmin when it came to their full-length. Rumored feuds with their label, Epic Records, may have had a part in what delayed the record, but it finally saw a release last march. Pulses is a 13-track jam fest filled with the best qualities Karmin has, with even a couple new ones thrown it. It didn’t perform nearly as well on the charts as it should have, but with a push to the song ‘Night Like This,’ it might just give Karmin another hit.
Continue reading: The Top 5 Pop Albums Of 2014 That You Really Need To Hear (So Far)
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