After an eventful January and February, March seems unlikely to match the set of high profile oddball releases. I'm not even sure The Life of Pablo is even finished and the noncommercial Anti already produced a number one, repetitive Caribbean flared banger with “Work”. February saw the massive uprising in the #FreeKesha movement. You can sign that petition here.
As of the time this article was written there is no date for Fergie's as of yet untitled and long delayed second studio album. It's rumored to be called Double Dutchess and is due to be released at the end of March. Celine Dion was supposed to have a French album released this month, but after the familial tragedy that struck it remains unseen whether the star will pass on that baton.
This Is What The Truth Feels Like
No Doubt front woman, Gwen Stefani is about to drop the most intense break up albums on the world has ever seen when she releases third studio set This Is What The Truth Feels Like this March. Scrapping previous singles “Baby Don't Lie” and “Spark The Fire” for new heartfelt material, the album is reported to be deeply personal. Gwen is currently going through a divorce with Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale who cheated on her with the nanny.
The album cover is hardly original. Zayn's claims that it has no ties to Lil Wayne seems arbitrary and unbelievable considering that the similarly covered Tha Carter III launched with over 1,000,000 copies sold in it's first week in the United States. Zayn is building his career on originality and I'm not sure I believe he's anything more then a contrived pop star with a goal to impress us with his individuality.
We shall see.