8 New Hip-Hop & R&B Albums You Should Be Listening To (Week of January 21)


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Artists like Elujay, Mach Hommy, Lady London, and Kyle Banks have our attention this week for our best album picks. 

With January almost over, a few artists are dropping off cohesive drops worth checking out. Cali-based singer/songwriter/producer Elujay is first up with his R&B-inspired debut album, Circumvnt

Our eyes are also on Mach Hommy who quickly returns with Dollar Menu. NBA Youngboy isn’t letting his Utah house arrest hold him back from creating music, he releases Colors today. Slim Thug shares BIGslim. And Lady London floats on her newest release The Boss Tape

Paper Route Empire Presents: Long Live Young Dolph in honor of the Memphis, Tennessee rapper. It includes tracks by Key Glock, Kenny Muney, Big Moochie Grape, Ricco Barrino, Snupe Bandz, and more. 

iann dior, the alt trap star is back with on to better things, there are features from Lil Uzi Vert, Travis Barker, and Machine Gun Kelly. Rising R&B artist Kyle Banks also drops Uncommon, it’s a sleek listen, K Camp and Bino Rideaux offer up solid features on this 9-track release.

Mach Hommy – Dollar Menu

Mach Hommy

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Paper Route Empire Presents – Long Live Young Dolph

Long Live Young Dolph

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Slim Thug – BIGslim

Slim Thug

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NBA Youngboy – Colors

NBA Youngboy

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Elujay – Circmvnt


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iann dior – On To Better Things

iann dior

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Lady London – The Boss Tape

Lady London

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Kyle Banks – Uncommon

Kyle Banks

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