This weekend appeared to be on full album release course as your favorite artists around the world drop new albums.
Mp3bullet brings you all the new albums that drop this Friday, letting up the weekend, check out listings.
Nas – King’s Disease II
GRAMMY-Award winning rap legend Nas has revealed the tracklist for his new album, King’s Disease II
Nas’ latest album, King’s Disease II, has been released, Eminem, EPMD, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Blxst, YG, Charlie Wilson, and others appear in the follow-up to King’s Disease.
Nas had his 14th Grammy nomination for King’s Disease, as well as his first win when the singer took home the award for Best Rap Album in 2021.
Nas and Hit-Boy, who appear on the song “Composure,” executive produce the second King’s Disease.
Tinashe – 333
She’s made it clear that she wants to be known as a Pop princess, and her recent album may have helped her achieve that goal.
Tinashe has been amassing success for years and now that she’s an independent artist, she’s able to create the type of music that she loves.
Back in 2019, Tinashe revealed that she cleaned the house and got rid of her management and label before embarking on a new journey where she was able to collaborate and express herself as she sees fit.
Ayra Starr – 19 and Dangerous
Ayra Starr, a Mavin Records singer, and composer, has finally released her much-anticipated debut album, “19 & Dangerous.”
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On track six, “Beggie Beggie,” Warner Music artists CKay and Fousheé appear, while on track four, “Snitch,” Warner Music artists CKay and Fousheé appear.
Among the producers who contributed to the project were Don Jazzy, London, Louddaaa, and Andre Vibez.
The tracks on this album were mixed and mastered by Johnny Drille.
This comes only a few days after she released her debut amapiano single, “Bloody Samaritan,” produced by London.
Fredo – Independence Day
Cut through the coarse edges of ‘Independence Day, the latest album by west London rapper Fredo, and there lies another statement project.
After his pop-leaning tendencies of 2020, namely, the saccharine ‘Hickory Dickory Dock’, which has now disappeared off streaming services and been disowned by him – the 27-year-old rapper doubles down on his road-rap roots.
Throughout the 14-track album, Fredo spits bars upon a tightrope of taut tension yearning to be taken seriously again.