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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
The Book of Traps and Lessons
The Book Of Traps And LessonsKate Tempest

Acclaimed London rapper and poet Kate Tempest returns with a new set produced by Rick Rubin. The new album is raw, sophisticated and infused with Tempest’s observances of each moment in life. (Explicit Content)

Black Milk

The latest from Black Milk, one of hip-hop's most consistent artists, follows the rappers journey of betrayal, self-forgiveness and maneuvering through life's toughest lessons. (Explicit Content)

Herstory In The Making
Herstory In The MakingYoung M.A.

Highly anticipated debut album from the Brooklyn-based rapper. The debut single OOOUUU made Young M.A. a breakout star in 2016. This album will be released ten years to the day from her brother's tragic passing. Singles include PettyWap and Bleed. (Explicit Content)


The debut release from Maez301 includes collaborations with TechN9ne and Nef the Pharoah. Songs include the digital releases Rider, Dream and Watch Me. (Explicit Content)

RetropolitanSkyzoo & Pete Rock

Both retro and contemporary, the new album from Skyzoo is produced by Pete Rock. It features the It’s All Good and includes appearances by Conway the Machine, Styles P and more.  (Explicit Content)

There Existed an Addiction to Blood
There Existed An Addiction To BloodClipping

Clipping bring horror to Hip-Hop on their third album, which contains interludes with hissing recordings of demonic invasions and guest appearances from Griselda Gang's Benny the Butcher and Hypnotize Minds horror queen La Chat. (Explicit Content)

We Love You Tecca
We Love You TeccaLil Tecca

After its digital release in August, Lil Tecca's first album debuted in the top five on the Billboard 200 album chart. Now the album, which includes the hit single Ransom, is available on CD. (Explicit Content)