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Ariana Grande is pictured attending the Billboard 13th Annual Women In Music event in New York City on Dec. 6, 2018. Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images

It’s been a good year in the world of music, but 2019’s about to up the game with new albums from a bunch of favorites, including some who fans haven’t gotten music from in a while.

To make sure you have things on your radar, here are 10 much-anticipated albums coming out in 2019:

Backstreet Boys - “DNA” (Jan. 25)

Not only can fans expect this new album from the Backstreet Boys in 2019, which features their single “Chances,” but also a world tour in support of it.

Ariana Grande - “Thank U, Next”​

The pop singer released her fourth studio album, “Sweetener,” only a few months ago, but she’s already set to release her fifth, “Thank U, Next.” Grande dropped the title track for it last month and is expected to put out the full album in 2019.

Meghan Trainor - “Treat Myself” (Jan. 25)

The album was originally scheduled for an August 2018 release, but it was ultimately pushed back to the end of January 2019. The delay, the singer revealed, was due to the fact that she wanted to add even more songs to the album.

Carly Rae Jepsen

She hasn’t released a full studio album since 2015’s “Emotion,” but Jepsen’s ready to change that. She shared her new single, “Party for One,” along with its music video, in November and is getting ready to drop her much-anticipated new album next year.

Avril Lavigne - “Head Above Water” (Feb. 15)

A year after releasing her 2013 self-titled album, Lavigne revealed she’d been diagnosed with Lyme disease. For the last few years, she’s been focused on her health and raising awareness about the disease, but now she’s ready to share her story through her music. She released the title track from her upcoming sixth studio album in September, which was her first single since 2015’s “Fly.” In 2019, fans will finally get a whole album of new tracks.

The Weeknd - “Chapter 6”

It’s not known if “Chapter 6” is the official title of The Weeknd’s upcoming project, but the singer, who dropped his EP “My Dear Melancholy” earlier this year, told fans during a concert in November that “Chapter 6 [is] coming soon, let’s get it,” according to The Fader. He later tweeted, “some chapters are smaller than others. not this next one though,” which likely alludes to this project being a full album instead of an EP.

Dua Lipa

Her hit song “New Rules,” from her self-titled debut album, which came out in 2017, still continues to dominate the airwaves, but the singer’s ready to put out some new music. There’s currently no release date set, but a fresh album from her is likely to be released in 2019.

Miley Cyrus

No album title or release date is currently set for Cyrus’ new project, but the “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” singer recently revealed that her album is about 80 percent finished and is expected to debut mid-2019. She also shared with 95.5 PLJ that it will have hip-hop, rock and pop vibes.

Sara Bareilles

The singer wrote songs for the “Waitress” musical, which she recorded for an album in 2015, but, before that, her last album came out in 2013. Bareilles, who recently released her single “Armor,” told Variety that she’s finished working on a new album and it’ll be out in 2019.

Florida Georgia Line - “Can’t Say I Ain’t Country” (Feb. 15)

The country duo’s upcoming fourth studio album is only a couple of months away and, luckily, four of the songs that are expected to be on it — “Simple,” “Talk You Out of It,” “Colorado” and “Sittin’ Pretty’ — are already out for fans to enjoy.