As hip-hop fans, we've already been spoiled in so far. And let's not forget that JAY-Z himself blessed rap fans with his 13th studio album , his first new batch of music in four years. But as the calendar turns to reveal the halfway mark in the year, there's still some dope hip-hop releases to look forward to. Many would argue that summer is the perfect time to drop an album or mixtape. People are outside enjoying the weather and need new music to bump from their car speakers or blast at the cookouts. If a rapper has a banger and releases it during the hottest months of the year, they just might have a shot at going down in history as creating the song of the summer. French Montana is definitely a contender to have the hottest song of summer That means it's the perfect time to drop an accompanying album. Expect French's latest album, Jungle Rules , to arrive July This time around, Sav will go it alone and deliver his official debut album under Epic Records.
New Releases (CDs / vinyl)
What have you been listening to lately? School's out for summer and, fittingly, Alice Cooper's in with a new studio album. Songs such as the title track, "Dynamite Road" and "Rats" are delightfully creepy and draped with eldritch production courtesy of longtime collaborator Bob Ezrin. Listen on Spotify. For all the fresh danceabilty of the four new Arcade Fire singles released ahead of Everything Now , perhaps the biggest splash has been the band's satirical and rather unusual marketing plan ahead of their fifth album. Apparently fed up with stock criticism, Arcade Fire launched a hilarious mock website , beating the swarms of indie-rock reviewers to the punch by reviewing their new album first, tongue planted firmly in cheek. Jokes aside, Everything Now captures the spirit of the modern onslaught of information, with Win Butler channeling Bowie in a sarcastic plea for a simpler life. Back with their third full-length album, their first since 's Supermodel , Mark Foster and company bounce and trip through the stylistically extended landscapes of Sacred Hearts Club. Their ubiquitous smash, 's "Pumped Up Kicks," was an effortless breakthrough that any group would have trouble following, but Foster The People seem at home again in their pop darkness, hitting new nerves on the standout track, "Doing It For The Money" with '80s textures, pulsing rhythms and hip-hop phrasing. Even the most satisfying moments on the album must be accessed by the musical equivalent of the seedy, neon-lit passageway depicted on the album's cover, which all makes for a mystical and intriguing pop experience.
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