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July list by Bret Armstrong
AT.LONG.LAST.A$APa$ap rocky

A$AP Rocky, one of the fastest rising stars in hip-hop, returns with his highly anticipated sophomore album. His first release, Long.Live.A$AP, would hit the top of the Billboard charts and go on to reach gold sales status. (Explicit Lyrics)  

Touch Down 2 Cause Hell
boosie badazz

One of the most popular figures in southern hip-hop is back with an album that touches upon some of the events that have shaped his life over the past couple years. Included are appearances by Rick Ross, Keyshia Cole, and others. (Explicit Lyrics)

Jedi Mind Tricks
The Thief and the Fallenjedi mind tricks

After a six year hiatus, the original Jedi Mind Tricks duo of frontman Vinnie Paz and producer Stoupe have reunited for their eighth studio album. It features their raw, gritty, and underground hip-hop style. (Explicit Lyrics)

Lil durk
Remember My Namelil durk

Lil Durk, one of the rising stars from Chicago's rap scene, uses his lyrics to talk about his city and life on the South Side. His first single, Dis Ain't What U Want, expressed his frustration with the city's street violence. (Explicit Lyrics)

Have a Nice Lifemurs

L.A.-based rapper Murs releases his first new solo album since 2001's Love and Rockets Vol. 1. His latest solo release comes one year after his Mursday! collaboration with Mayday. (Explicit Lyrics)