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Music CD's can be checked out for three weeks, just like books and can be renewed up to three times.

January list by Donalee Jacobs

Four years after releasing The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem returns with a new album. Along with Walk on Water, his collaboration with Beyonce, Eminem is joined by Ed Sheeran, Pink, Alicia Keys, Skylar Grey, and Kehlani. (Explicit Content)

young jeezy

After two years, Jeezy returns with the follow-up to Trap or Die, which made it to number one on the Billboard album charts. He announced its release through an unforgettable video on social media. (Explicit Content)

No One Ever Really Dies
No One Ever Really Diesn.e.r.d.

The first new album from N.E.R.D since 2010 includes guest stars such as Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar, Future, Ed Sheeran, and more. (Explicit Content)

Beautiful & Damned
Beautiful & Damnedg-easy

G-Eazy releases the follow-up to his When It's Dark Out album. It includes the new single The Plan. (Explicit Content)

Radio Silence
Radio Silencetalib kweli

Renowned artist and activist Talib Kweli releases a new project featuring collaborations with Anderson. Paak, Rick Ross, Jay Electronica, Waka Flocka, BJ the Chicago Kid, Bilal, Robert Glasper, and more.

Boopacboosie badazz

Two years after releasing the hit album Touch Down 2 Cause Hell, Boosie Badazz returns with his biggest, brashest, and boldest statement to date. With only four guest artists, it shines the spotlight on him like never before. (Explicit Content)

Trial By Fire
Trial By Fireyelawolf

Prior to releasing his fourth album, Yelawolf had released the tracks Row Your Boat, Shadows, Daylight and Punk as singles. His latest also includes appearances from Kid Rock, Juicy J, Travis Barker, and Wynonna Judd. (Explicit Content)