You've probably considered the artists you want to hear new releases from and even considered the artists you're awaiting releases from or who are scheduled to come to Australia in 2017, but what about the artists you haven't heard from yet? What about the artists who released albums last year that neglected to visit our shores?
There are so many that come to mind and get us frothing at the very thought of catching them live and in the flesh. We've narrowed it down to our top five just to tantalise your tastebuds and get you thinking about who you'd like to see in Australia in 2017.
1. J Cole After releasing a killer album towards the end of 2016, J Cole has us all tangled up in his tunes begging him to bring them to the stage in Australia.
2. Frank Ocean Frank Ocean released his album 'Blonde' in 2016 and had fans and critics labelling it as one of the best albums of the year. He has a tour scheduled for the middle of this year but sadly it does not include any dates in Australia.
3. Drake Drake has a massive string of dates scheduled over the next few months off the back of his recent album 'Views' and upcoming project 'More Life', but it also doesn't include any shows in Australia.
4. Big Sean Big Sean's new album 'I Decided' is set to drop in a matter of days and he will be hitting the road to take it on tour but also won't be stopping over in Australia.
5. Beyonce Beyonce is well overdue to perform in Australia after the release of her sixth studio album 'Lemonade'. She hasn't toured since 2013 and we'd love to have her back. We might have to wait until after the birth of her twins however.