2014 was the year of women in music, dominated by great artists such as Beyonce , Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj and many others, and all indications are that 2015 will be no different.
This will be the year of returns, since we will be finally presented with singers of novelty that leave us waiting for years (some for almost a decade). Demi Lovato and Lady Gaga are among the artists who also promised to come back with everything in 2015, increasing our expectations for the coming year.
Check out the most anticipated female releases this year:
Madonna - "Rebel Heart"
The veteran released the latest material in 2012, and since then she has published via Instagram and Twitter accounts a lots of photos in studios with big names like Diplo and Avici. The Queen of Pop is currently suffering with the album leaks already entitled "Rebel Heart": more than 20 demos leaked on the internet last month, leading the singer to anticipate the launch of six songs on the album. Still, we eagerly waiting for the final version of the new material.
Rihanna - Untitled
Without fear of going crazy fans, the Barbadian spent the last year without giving any information about the eighth album, which was dubbed by the navy "R8". All we know is that the singer is probably recording the follow up to "Unapologetic", which was released in 2012.
Gwen Stefani - Untitled
After launching the successful "Spark The Fire" with longtime collaborator Pharrell Williams, the lead singer of the No Doubt anticipated the next unreleased material, including a track composed by Charli XCX and other surprises not revealed by the singer. After eight year break, Stefani is ready to dominate the charts once again.
Fergie - Untitled
After the immense success of her debut album "The Dutchess", a member of the Black Eyed Peas left side of solo career, returning in 2014 with a single on her homeland, "LA Love (La La)". Despite having promised the full album just last year, it is in 2015, that we know the full result of her new project in recent months, which will feature collaboration with Nicki Minaj.
Adele - Untitled
One of the most successful singers in history, the British took a break in her career after the second album "21" (which sold over 10 million copies in the US alone) to devote herself to her family. Since 2011, the singer leaves us eager for more songs, but all indications are that this year will gain the reward for patience.