Tove Lo breaks into industry with album

By Jesse Baalman

The most anticipated albums of the season soar in positive reviews, with artists such as Tove Lo getting her break into the music industry.

“Glory,” released Aug. 26 by Britney Spears

Spears’ latest effort wasn’t the comeback she needed, but “Glory” debuted in the third spot on the U.S. Billboard’s top 200 albums list. A single from the album, “Make Me…” featuring G-Eazy, peaked at No. 17 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

The album received positive feedback from critics, according to Metacritic’s website, a site that reviews music albums and other art platforms.

“They Don’t Know,” released Sept. 9 by Jason Aldean

Drawing country fans everywhere, Aldean was triumphant with the success of his seventh album, which is also his third consecutive release to reach the No. 1 on Billboard’s top 200 albums list.

Two of its singles, “Lights Come On” and “A Little More Summertime,” also reached the top spot on U.S. Country Airplay.

“Cold World,” released Sept. 9 by Of Mice and Men

The metal band Of Mice and Men does not have the big name appeal like other artists on this list, but its album opened with numbers consistent with its past releases.

The album reached No. 20 on the Billboard’s top 200 albums list.

“The Divine Feminine,” released Sept. 16 by Mac Miller

Mac Miller has another hit on his hands with his fourth album that took the second spot on Billboard’s top 200 albums list during its release.

While no singles of his have hit the chart, this is the fourth album to debut in the top five. Critics had mixed to positive reviews on this one, according to Metacritic’s website.

“Lady Wood,” released Oct. 28 by Tove Lo

Tove Lo’s “Lady Wood” is the album that will make her a name for herself. “Cool Girl” and “True Disaster” are two singles off the chart that took 11th spot in the U.S. and first in the artist’s home country of Sweden.

This should be the push Tove Lo needed to gain her individual artistry. Before, she lent her voice to other artist’s work.