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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.

November list by Donalee Jacobs
The Saga Continues
The Saga ContinuesWu-tang

Three years after the release of A Better Tomorrow, members of the Wu-Tang Clan reunite once again for an exciting collection of new music. (Explicit Content)

Beach House 3
Beach House 3
ty dolla $ign

Ty Dolla $ign releases the follow-up to his acclaimed debut album. His latest has been listed on several fall preview lists, including ones from Entertainment Weekly, Billboard, and The Los Angeles Times. (Explicit Content)

Black God White Devil
Black God White Devilheavy metal kings

Rappers Vinne Paz and ILL Bill return with their side project, Heavy Metal Kings, to drop their first studio album together in six years. (Explicit Content)

Playboi Carti
Playboi CartiPlayboi carti

The CD release of Playboi Carti's debut album, which was previously only available digitally, features the platinum-selling hit single Magnolia. (Explicit Content)

Today We Rebel
Today We RebelKB

Three studio releases in and KB is at his creative zenith. His latest aims to redefine what rebellion really means through an exercise in zeal and creativity. It includes the track DNOU.

Digital Druglord
Digital Druglordblackbear

Blackbear's new album arrives having already yielded the gold selling single do re mi. He has also spent part of 2017 on the road as the support act on Fall Out Boy's Mania Tour. (Explicit Content)

Federal 3X
Federal 3Xmoneybagg yo

After its digital release, Moneybagg Yo's first full-length album debuted in the top five on the Billboard Top 200. His breakout success solidifies his status as an artist to watch. (Explicit Content)