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10 New Hip-Hop & R&B Albums You Should Be Listening To

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Robyn Mowatt

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Meechy Darko

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Meechy Darko unveils his solo debut Gothic Luxury with Black Thought, Freddie Gibbs, and more featuring stellar production by Dot Da Genius.

Flatbush Zombies‘ Meechy Darko leads our best albums lineup. He dug deep with his solo debut Gothic Luxury which includes some excellent features from the likes of Busta Rhymes, Freddie Gibbs, Denzel Curry, and more. The album is also executive produced by Dot Da Genius.

DJ Khaled also shares GOD DID. It features JAY-Z, Ye, Eminem, Drake, Future, Gunna, Lil Baby, City Girls, Latto, SZA, Skillibeng, and countless others. J.I.D releases his third album The Forever Story. It’s stacked with appearances from Yasiin Bey, Kenny Mason, 21 Savage, Baby Tate, Ari Lennox, Ravyn Lenae, and more. Nicki Minaj drops Queen Radio Vol. 1 with some of her greatest hits from over the years. 

Roc Marciano and The Alchemist drop The Elephant Man’s Bones. AKAI SOLO returns with Body Feeling. Madlib and Declaime release In The Beginning, Vol. 2

Keep scrolling for a look at the other albums we’ll be giving a spin this weekend.

Meechy Darko – Gothic Luxury

Meechy Darko

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JID – The Forever Story

JID

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Roc Marciano & The Alchemist – The Elephant Man’s Bones

Roc Marciano The Alchemist

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DJ Khaled – GOD DID

Nicki Minaj – Queen Radio Vol. 1

Nicki Minaj

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Kelow LaTesha – TURBO

Kelow LaTesha

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AKAI SOLO – Body Feeling

Akai Solo

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Mach-Hommy – Dollar Menu 4

Mach Hommy

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Madlib x Declaime – In The Beginning Vol. 2

Madlib Declaime

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Nyck Caution – Little Nycky

Nyck Caution

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