ALBUMS: 

Quality Control: Control the Streets Volume 2- So many songs, so many features. The 36 track follow-up to last year's Volume 1 features QC members Migos, Lil Baby, City Girls, 24Heavy, DJ Durel, Duke Deuce, Jordan Hollywood, Kollision, Layton Greene, Stefflon Don, YRN Lingo, YRN Murk and Lil Yachty. Plus guest features by DaBaby, Gunna, French Montana, Meek Mill, Megan Thee Stallion, Playboi Carti, Travis Scott, Young Thug and more. Give yourself some time on this album. I think I'll go for a long run after work and just hit 'shuffle'.

P-Lo: Shine- One of my favorite artists to throw on while I'm running. The bay's P-Lo gives us 16 songs with Mozzy, Kehlani, Dom Kennedy, Bosko, Jay Anthony and Mike Sherm. 

Young Thug: So Much Fun- Two years since his last full length effort, Thugger dropped off 19 tracks featuring Future, Gunna, Lil Baby, 21 Savage, Lil Duke, Quavo, Lil Keed, Juice WRLD, and J. Cole and Travis Scott.

A$AP Ferg: Floor Seats- Before kicking off a tour in November, A$AP's nine track EP features MadeInTYO, Asian Doll, Rico Nasty, A$AP Rocky, Ty Dolla $ign, and Brent Faiyaz. 

Snoop Dogg: I Wanna Thank Me- Snoop's 18th studio album features 22 tracks with Jermaine Dupri, Ozuna, Slick Rick, Swizz Beatz, YG, Mustard, Russ, Wiz Khalifa, Trey Songz, the Hamiltones, Rick Rock, and RJmrLA. 

Nef The Pharaoh: Mushrooms & Coloring Books- Nef's project includes features from Tyga, Slimmy B, LOE Gino, ShooterGang Kony, Scando The Darklord, Sada Baby, Rexx Life Raj and ALLBLACK. 

SINGLES: 

Swae Lee put out two singles: Sextasy and Won't Be Late featuring Drake.

Miley Cyrus seemingly addresses her divorce and rumors that her and husband Liam Hemsworth split because of his alleged alcohol and drug use in her new single Slide Away.

Taylor Swift gave us the title track off of her new album Lover which comes out in one week.

Macklemore debuted his new single Shadow on Songland.

+ more! I've added my favorite songs from the week to my Friday Faves playlist- just search kitkatfisher on Spotify to follow!

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