(Photo) Alicia Keys Announces New Album “Here”; Reveals Artwork & Release Date

Alicia Keys just dropped a single with A$AP Rocky and now she follows up with the announcement of her next album.

#MusicStillMatters Album Stream: Ty Dolla $ign – Campaign


Ty Dolla $ign is back with a new project! Stream his new 16 track album featuring Future, Travi$ Scott, Migos, Trey Songz, Wiz Khalifa, Meek Mill & more below via Apple Music.

The Weeknd Announces New Album “STARBOY”


It’s officially Abel season. After a recent collab with Cashmere Cat, an appearance with Daft Punk in the studio and some cryptic tweets about something possibly coming in the fall, we now have our answer of what it is. Weeknd took to his Instagram to announce his new album titled “STARBOY.” No official word on when the project is dropping, but this is big news considering the massive success “Beauty Behind The Madness” took in. One has to wonder, could this be a more EDM album than R&B? Weeknd has even said this will be his best sounding project to date, with a new transformation as an artist. Check out the cover below and stay tuned for more from The Weeknd.

#MusicStillMatters New Album Stream: Mac Miller – The Devine Feminine


Mac Miller’s 4th album has arrived. With features from Anderson .Paak, Ty Dolla $ign, Kendrick Lamar & more, this is sure to be worth the listen. Stream the 10 track LP below via Apple Music.

#MusicStillMatters Album Stream: Isaiah Rashad – The Sun’s Tirade


The newest TDE album is out and it comes from Isaiah Rashad. This 17 track LP features the likes of Kendrick Lamar, SZA & Jay Rock. Stream the album below via Spotify.

(Video) Jacquees Announces Debut Album “4275” Is Dropping November 11th


Jacquees has been releasing a lot of new music lately but many fans were wondering when his official debut on Cash Money would be dropping. The man himself gave an exciting update to his fans last night on his Twitter with the CMB boss Birdman, saying his debut album “4275” will be dropping November 11th. Now, we know Birdman isn’t the best when it comes to promising and releasing albums lately, but let’s hope this date sticks! Check out the video from Jacquees Twitter below.

Frank Ocean’s New Album Has Arrived! Stream “Blonde” Here


One of the most anticipated albums in a long time has finally dropped. After much hype, come and go release dates, fans driving themselves up a wall and one mysterious woodshop live stream, the 3rd official studio album “Blonde” from Frank Ocean is up and running on Apple Music & for purchase on iTunes. The album dropped after Frank Ocean announced on his website earlier today 4 major pop up shops in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago & London selling his “Boys Don’t Cry” magazine (which apparently has all of the album credits which are stacked with superstar contributions including Beyonce, Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, Andre 3000, Tyler, the Creator, Pharrell, Rick Rubin & much more). Shortly after the pop up shop announcement, the album went live on Apple Music and iTunes for the world to enjoy and finally rejoice with happiness after the long wait. A little after the album was out, Frank went to his website to thank his fans and even had a sense of humor about the project being so in-demand. Check out the stream from Apple Music, magazine pictures and Frank’s thank you to fans below!

#MusicStillMatters Album: Tory Lanez – I Told You


The debut album from Tory Lanez is here. Stream “I Told You,” the 14 track project with 14 skits in between songs below via Apple Music.

#MusicStillMatters Album: Troy Ave – Roland Collins


It’s been a tumultuous couple of months for Troy Ave with the Irving Plaza situation and the events that followed. As soon as Troy was freed from Rikers Island, he went straight to the studio and got to work. Stream his new album below via Apple Music called “Roland Collins.”

#MusicStillMatters Album: Rae Sremmurd – Sremm Life 2


After their highly touted debut album, the Sremm boys are back with their highly anticipated sophomore LP “Sremm Life 2.” Many are wondering if this one can live up to the hype of their stellar debut. Time will tell. Stream the 14 track album featuring Gucci Mane, Juicy J, Kodak Black, Lil John & more via Apple Music below.

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