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One studio, 10 days, 343 invites, 34 artists, and 142 songs. Those are some of the numbers that contributed to Dreamville’s epic Revenge of the Dreamers III recording retreat, at Tree Sound Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, back in January. The end result, 142 recorded songs narrowed down to 18 tracks, now here for fans to enjoy. The highly-anticipated ROTD3 compilation album is lead by J. Cole and fellow Dreamville artists Bas, Omen, Ari Lennox, Earthgang, J.I.D, Lute, and Cozz. Records like “Middle Child,” “Down Bad,” “Got Me,” “Costa Rica” and “Lambo Truck” appear on the project.

Kendrick Lamar, Vince Staples, T.I., Ty Dolla $ign, DaBaby, T-Minus, BINK!, Dreezy, Buddy, Smino, Saba, Young Nudy, KEY!, Elite and more contribute to the album, available everywhere now. Stream Dreamville’s Revenge of the Dreamers III below and click here to watch the accompanying documentary detailing the recording sessions.

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Re-branded as just Jaden, dropping his last name, the Roc Nation star returns with his sophomore LP ERYS. After Sunset Tapes: A Cool Tape Story and ERYS IS COMING, Jaden gives fans the 20-song follow up to his SYRE debut. The album boasts guest appearances by Kid Cudi, A$AP Rocky, Tyler, the Creator, and his sister Willow. Music lovers can catch Jaden serving as supporting act on Tyler, the Creator’s ‘IGOR’ tour later this year with GoldLink and Blood Orange.

Stream ERYS below.

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Since releasing his last album Bloom in 2017, Machine Gun Kelly has been busy increasing his star power on the big screen. Taking a break from filming movies, the Cleveland native returns with his new studio LP, Hotel Diablo. The 14-track album includes the singles “Hollywood Whore” and “I Think I’m OKAY.” Trippie Redd (“Candy”), Lil’ Skies (“Burning Memories”), and more are featured on the album.

Enter MGK’s Hotel Diablo below.

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Despite not releasing a project so far this year, Post Malone has dominated the charts and radio thanks to his latest hit “Wow.” As that song continues to sit on the Billboard Hot 100 top 10, Posty is back with a new record for the summer time. On “Goodbyes,” Post Malone connects with Young Thug who appears on the track. Produced by Brian Lee and frequent collaborator Louis Bell, the song prematurely leaked back in March.

Stream the official version of “Goodbyes” and watch the official music video where Post comes back from the dead after a knife fight below.

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Blueface has been in the news lately over family issues involving his mother and sister. Returning to the music, after teasing fans for a while, the L.A. rapper drops “Bussdown.” The new single comes with an accompanying visual directed by Cole Bennett filled with twists and turns. Featuring Offset, watch Blueface hi-jack a school bus, encounter aliens, and party hard with his boss.

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Lil’ Uzi Vert draws inspiration from the movie Blade in his new music video, “Sanguine Paradise.” Following “That’s a Rack,” Uzi and director DAPS deliver a blood filled visual. The Philadelphia star finds himself stumbling into a club, with a twist. The more Uzi moves through the party, he realizes he entered a haven for vampires, filled with a flight club and blood soaked floors.

As fans wait for Uzi’s Eternal Atake project, watch “Sanguine Paradise” below.

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Saweetie gives viewers a look into a summer day in the Bay Area with her new video, “My Type.” The feel-good party clip in support of ICY finds the Oakland native throwing a BBQ. Filled with friends, twerking, dancing, and fast cards doing donuts, watch all the fun action below. Bay Area natives Kehlani and Kamaiyah also make cameos in the visual.

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Snoop Dogg reflects back on an illustrious career on his new single, “I Wanna Thank Me.” The feel-good record is set to appear on the iconic Hip-Hop star’s forthcoming album of the same name, I Wanna Thank Me. The Battlecat-produced song comes with an accompanying visual, which opens with Uncle Snoop’s classic speech during his Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony last year. From a successful musical career that has spanned decades to family life, Snoop Dogg reminds listeners that no one is comparable.

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Freddie Gibbs and Madlib released their Bandana album last week, and since then the project has been highly-praised by many with some calling it an album of the year candidate. To promote the project, Gibbs appeared on Real 92.3 in Los Angeles with Bootleg Kev and DJ Hed. The visit ended with a freestyle session, where Gangsta Gibbs rips Drake and Rick Ross’ “Money in the Grave” track. Watch the performance below.

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Jeezy has called his upcoming Thug Motivation 104 LP his final album. As the final touches are being put on his last studio project, Jizzle is back with a new single. A record for the streets, “1 Time” samples Nick Ingman’s 1976 record “Under Pressure,” famously used by Just Blaze on JAY-Z’s The Dynasty: Roc La Familia standout, “Stick 2 the Script.”

Listen below.

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