Albums


Seven years after releasing his major-label debut album Rolling Papers, Wiz Khalifa returns with its sequel. Rolling Papers 2 is lead by the singles “Real Rich” with Gucci Mane, “Hopeless Romantic” featuring Swae Lee and the G-Funk laced “Gin & Drugs.”

Snoop Dogg, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Ty Dolla $ign, Curren$y, Lil’ Skies, Problem, Hardo and the late Pittsburgh rapper Jimmy Wopo all make guest appearances on the 25-song LP. In support of RP2, Wiz Khalifa will embark on the “Dazed & Blazed” North American tour with Rae Sremmurd, running from July 21-Aug 30. Out now on iTunes, stream Rolling Papers 2 in full below.

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After announcing Mansion Musik back in the spring, Chief Keef delivers his latest full-length project. Lead by the street anthem “Part Ways,” Mansion Musik comes in at eleven tracks. Chief Keef handles most of the project solo, with Playboi Carti serving as the only guest feature on “Uh Uh.” Out now on iTunes, stream it in full below.

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NYC creative, Omen44 liberates a lively new body of work titled ‘Build A Nation.” Laced with verses from Skanks, Gstats, Daddie Notch, Ida Divine and Sav Killz, the cohesive cuts make for a captivating compilation.

Stream the 6-track project after the jump and expect matching visuals to be released soon.

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After making their comeback last year with Humanz, their first album in seven years, Gorillaz are back quicker than your average with their follow-up LP, The Now Now. The 11-song project is a departure from the star-studded affair that was their last effort, with only triple OG Snoop Dogg, jazz legend George Benson and house pioneer Jamie Principle making up the guest list this time round. But if there’s one thing we’ve learned about Damon Albarn, it’s that he’s never relied on other people (non-digital humans, anyway) to realize his creative vision.

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Drake caps off a month of major releases by BeyoncĂ© and JAY-Z, Kanye West, Nas, Ne-Yo, Jay Rock, Teyana Taylor and more with his new studio LP, Scorpion. The follow-up to 2016’s VIEWS and Drizzy’s first project since last year’s More Life is lead by the Hot 100 No. 1 smash hits “God’s Plan” and “Nice For What.”

Scorpion is a 25-song double album, with features from JAY-Z, Ty Dolla $ign, the late Static Major, and Michael Jackson on “Don’t Matter to Me,” a previously unreleased song from The King of Pop’s estate. The Canadian superstar will support the new album on the 41-date “Aubrey & The Three Amigos” tour with Migos, kicking off Jul. 26. Stream Scorpion in its entirety below (and on iTunes).

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Currently navigating between a thriving musical career and school, BROMANCE recording artist Lil Reek liberates his latest body of work ‘The Graduation.’ Laced with contributions from Mister Tweeks, Ikaz Boi, ChaseTheMoney2X, Max Antoine, Key!, Lil Keed, G-Baby, Slimelife Shawty and Dro Fe, the project also includes instrumentation from label head/French producer Brodinski.

Watch the visual for standout single “The Drip” above and stream the EP below.

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After teasing the project with the barbershop filmed visual for “Pain,” Slayter delivers his latest collections of songs. Appropriately titled ‘Hotboy,’ the EP consists of 5 cohesive cuts and signal the Dyckman emcee’s coming of age.

Stream the project after the break and purchase the fresh body of work via iTunes here.

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Lecrae and veteran producer Zaytoven release their highly anticipated ‘Let the Trap Say Amen’ album. The full-length collaboration includes 13 cohesive cuts and features guest appearances by Waka Flocka and 24hrs.

Stream the LP in full after the jump and purchase it via iTunes here.

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The final, and considering by some the most anticipated project of Kanye West’s five-album opus is finally here. After her star power and name broke into the mainstream back in 2016 thanks to her role in Kanye West’s “Fade video, G.O.O.D. Music’s Teyana Taylor releases her long-awaited sophomore album. K.T.S.E. (Keep the Same Energy) serves as a follow-up to Taylor’s 2014 debut VII. Executive produced by Kanye West, the album was debuted at listening party on Thursday night (Jun. 21) at Universal Studios in Hollywood, where a movie set was transformed to look like Teyana’s hometown of Harlem, NYC.

Coming in at eight tracks, the album features contributions by West (“Hurry”), Ty Dolla $ign (“3Way”) and Mykki Blanco (“WTP”). K.T.S.E. was the last of five albums produced by Kanye, following DAYTONA by Pusha T, West’s own ye, the Kid Cudi joint album KIDS SEE GHOSTS, and Nas’ NASIR. The singer/designer/television star will support the album on a North American with Jeremih this summer, kicking off on Aug. 3.

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Westside Gunn may be signed to Eminem’s Shady Records, but he’s still hustling like he’s independent. The Buffalo bully only recently teamed up with producer Mr. Green for the FLYGOD Is Good… All the Time EP, but today he’s back with his brand new solo album, Supreme Blientele.

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