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7 Hip-Hop & R&B Albums You Should Be Listening To (Week of July 29)

Beyonce Renaissance

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Beyoncé is back and there’s nothing you can do about it. Her luscious and dance-ready album will be our soundtrack for the weekend.

Beyoncé released Renaissance her follow-up to her excellent album Lemonade today after a leak, it’s been six years. Act I: Renaissance is the first of a three-part effort. Renaissance is a sonically ambitious album featuring samples from Donna Summer, Kelis (even though she’s been vocally against it), and more. Writing has been credited to JAY-Z, Drake, The Dream, Syd, A.G. Cook, Skrillex, BloodPop, Hit-Boy, Nile Rodgers, and much more. The Bey-hive is eating today. 

More music drops worth paying attention to include Maxo Kream‘s deluxe edition of Weight Of The World and Casey VeggiesCrypto Veggies (yes, you read that right). Wiz Khalifa shares MultiverseAsian Doll releases her first indie album Let’s Do A Drill. And Kidd Kenn also dropped Grown recently, it features Baby Tate, Erica Banks, and more.

Doe Boy drops off Catch Me If You Can too.

Keep scrolling to listen to the picks of the week.

Beyoncé – RENAISSANCE
Beyonce Renaissance

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Maxo Kream – Weight Of The World (Deluxe)

Maxo Kream Weight of the World Deluxe

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Wiz Khalifa – Multiverse

Wiz Khalifa Multiverse

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Asian Doll – Let’s Do A Drill

Asian Doll Let's Do A Drill

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Kidd Kenn – Grown

Kidd Kenn Grown

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Doe Boy – Catch Me If You Can

Doe Boy Catch Me If You Can

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Casey Veggies – Crypto Veggies

Casey Veggies

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