Did Polydor Reveal that Zedd, DJ Snake and Kendrick Lamar Albums are on the Way? - EDM.com - The Latest Electronic Dance Music News, Reviews & Artists

Musicians spanning several genres may release albums in 2019 if Polydor Records' social media activity is any indicator. The British record label shared a list of artists with albums due out next year in what appears to have been an accidental post.

An image shared via Polydor's Instagram account that has since been deleted (but retrieved by Pop Crave) lists a number of artists. In addition to pop artists like Lady Gaga and hip-hop acts like Kendrick Lamar and Schoolboy Q, EDM acts like DJ Snake and Zedd found their way among the names.

Polydor's origin extends all the way back to 1913 when it was founded by German music box manufacturer Polyphon-Musikwerke AG. When the latter company was purchased by Universal Music Group in 1998, Polydor was as well.

It remains to be seen whether Polydor's Instagram post was a premature indicator of what's in store or it was simply deleted for inaccuracies.

H/T: Dancing Astronaut

Follow Polydor:

Facebook: facebook.com/polydorrecords
Twitter: twitter.com/polydorrecords
Instagram: instagram.com/polydorrecords
SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/polydorpress

Related

Bad Kid Chill City EP - Kendrick Lamar

Did Kendrick Lamar Sample Doctor P in EP Leak? [Breaking]

Someone leaked an alleged EP from Kendrick Lamar, and one of the tracks sounds very similar to "Sweet Shop".

DJ Snake

Rumored Tracklist for DJ Snake's "Carte Blanche" Surfaces

A screenshot of the potential collaboration-filled tracklist was posted to Reddit.

DJ Snake The Weeknd

A Collaboration Between DJ Snake and The Weeknd Could Be on the Way

Did DJ Snake just reveal a collab with The Weeknd?

A black-and-white head shot of DJ Snake.

DJ Snake Announces that his Upcoming Album is Almost Finished

The superstar's upcoming project may be closer than we think.

DJ Snake

DJ Snake Drops Fresh New ID at a Massive Show In Paris

From the looks of it, there's more new DJ Snake music on the way – and we're not complaining!