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Miranda Lambert released her seventh solo album, Wildcard, on Nov. 1. "I'm still stubborn and hardheaded," Lambert says, "But I have a career. People heard me. I don't have to scream it out anymore." Ben Tsui/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Miranda Lambert Is In It For The Long Haul

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Guru and DJ Premier of the hip-hop group Gang Starr, pictured together in 1991. The duo's first new album in 16 years is One of the Best Yet. Gie Knaeps/Getty Images hide caption

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New Music Friday: Our Top 8 Albums Out On Nov. 1

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Miranda Lambert performs in Dover, Delaware in 2015. Photo Illustration: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images for Big Barrel and Angela Hsieh/NPR hide caption

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Artist-in-residence Miranda Lambert, right, performs onstage with bandmates Ashley Monroe, left, and Angaleena Presley, center, of Pistol Annies at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on September 26, 2018 in Nashville. John Shearer/Getty Images for Country Music H hide caption

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Brad Paisley performs at an inaugural ball for Barack Obama in January 2013. A few months later, Paisley's song "Accidental Racist" would make the country singer the focus of ridicule and satire. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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William Bell collaborated with producer John Leventhal on an album titled This Is Where I Live. Ginette Callaway hide caption

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Ken Tucker's Top 10 Favorite Albums Of 2016

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Rihanna poses at the album artwork reveal for ANTI in Los Angeles. Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Westbury Road Entertainment LLC hide caption

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Just What Is An Album? In 2016, That Was An Open Question

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Top row, left to right: Solange, David Bowie, Leonard Cohen; Middle row, left to right: Mitski, Bon Iver, Frank Ocean; Bottom row, left to right: Anohni, Car Seat Headrest, Beyoncé. Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Elizabeth Grant is better known by her stage name, Lana Del Rey. Neil Krug/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ken Tucker's Top 9 Albums Of 2014, Plus A Book

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