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Rick Ross

After releasing two mixtapes, Rick Ross’ eighth studio album, Black Market, is finally here. The 17-track deluxe edition features Renzel’s single “Sorry” featuring Chris Brown and guest appearances by Mariah Carey, John Legend, Nas, Mary J. Blige, DJ Premier, The-Dream, Future, and Cee-Lo Green. Stream Black Market below.

Kid Cudi

Despite delaying his “Especial” tour, there weren’t any delays for the release of Kid Cudi’s Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven LP. The 26-album track features no guest appearances and no outside production. So get ready for an album that’s entirely Scott Mescudi. Stream Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven below.

Jeremih

After five long years, Chicago crooner Jeremih thrills fans by releasing his third studio album Late Nights. We heard rumors about the possibility of a surprise release and the rumors have proven to be true. The 15-track album features his breakout hit “Planes” featuring J.Cole, “OUI (You And I),” and “Don’t Tell ‘Em.” Stream Late Nights below.

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After releasing multiple projects this year, Spitta Andretti drops his fifth studio album, Canal Street Confidential, via Atlantic Records. Curren$y’s 13-track LP also features appearances from Wiz Khalifa, Future, Lloyd, Ty Dolla $ign, K Camp, and fellow New Orleans natives Lil Wayne and August Alsina. Stream Canal Street Confidential below.

G-Eazy

With a 45-city tour quickly approaching, G-Eazy drops his sophomore album When It’s Dark Out. The Bay Area rapper’s major label debut These Things Happen made waves in 2014, and he’s returning with more heat. His 17-track album features some pretty dope guest appearances by everyone from Keyshia Cole and E-40, to Kehlani, Tory Lanez, and Chris Brown. Take a listen below.

It’s almost been two months since Machine Gun Kelly released his sophomore album General Admission, but the raging never stops. To continue the positive momentum, MGK releases the visual for the album’s cut “Gone.” Check it out up.

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