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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.

February list by Bret Armstrong
Blaze Ya Dead
Gang Rags: Rebornblaze ya dead homie

With his fifth solo album, Blaze Ya Dead Homie has pushed himself and created a brutal and innovative album that raises the bar while staying firmly planted in his Detroit rap scene roots. (Explicit Lyrics)  

Joey BAdass
joey bada$$

Brooklyn's Joey Bada$$ burst onto the scene in 2012 with the release of his 1999 mixtape. Now he takes things to the next level with the release of his debut album, which includes the tracks Big Dusty and Toridal Flow. (Explicit Lyrics)

Under Pressurelogic

Logic has already amassed a great deal of interest with the four mixtapes he has released as well as his touring with Kid Cudi and Tyler, the Creator. And the interest continues to grow with this highly anticipated album. (Explicit Lyrics)  

run the Jewels
Run the Jewels 2run the jewels

El-P and Killer Mike, two of the most distinctive and celebrated names in rap, release their second album as a duo. The anticipated release also includes appearances from Travis Barker and Zack de la Rocha as well as the single Oh My Darling Don't Cry. (Explicit Lyrics)


Stalley refers to this album's music as 'car music.' A soundtrack for one's journey (he wanted to create music that fans could ride out to). The car culture is a very big part of the Midwest/Ohio culture. (Explicit Lyrics)