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December list by Donalee Jacobs
9Lil' Kim

Grammy Award winning rap icon Lil' Kim is back with her first new album in over fifteen years. Included are guest appearances from Rick Ross, Musiq Soulchild, City Girls, Stefflon Don and more. (Explicit Content)

Chixtape 5
Chixtape 5
Tory Lanez

The fifth installment from Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum recording artist Tory Lanez popular series that pays homage to popular R&B 2000s-era hits. The first single Jerry Sprunger features T-Pain and is a sample from his original hit I'm Sprung. (Explicit Content)

DustyHomeboy Sandman

With his past releases, Homeboy Sandman was won acclaim from The Source, XXL, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork and others. He brings together many different elements to create a unique album in hip-hop. (Explicit Content)

I'm Him
I'm HimKevin Gates

The new album from Kevin Gates follows up three consecutive top five releases,including the smash Islah. It includes Facts, Walls Talking and Have You Ever. (Explicit Content)

One Of The Best Yet
One Of The Best YetGang Starr

Legendary Hip-Hop duo Gang Starr to release their first album since 2003. The first single is called Family & Loyalty feat. J. Cole. The album will feature previously unreleased vocals from lyricist Guru (who passed from cancer in 2010) and new, original production from DJ Premier. (Explicit Content)

Our Pathetic Age
Our Pathetic AgeDJ Shadow

DJ Shadow releases a two disc album that is split between one disc of genre-bending instrumental tracks and one of vocal collaborations with artists including Nas, Dave East, Run the Jewels and more. (Explicit Content)

Sound The Bells
Sound The BellsDessa

Recorded Live At Orchestra Hall. This album includes seventeen of the best songs from Dessa, rearranged and recorded live this past March at the Minneapolis Orchestra Hall. (Explicit Content)

TM104: The Legend Of The Snowman
TM104: The Legend Of The SnowmanYoung Jeezy

Jeezy releases the closing chapter of his Thug Motivation series. (Explicit Content)

Uknowhatimsayin¿Danny Brown

The album marks a buoyant new chapter in Brown's career, a transitional and celebratory moment. His profile has grown since Atrocity and now armed with a cable TV show, and a co-sign from one of rap's icons, he looks to solidify himself as an entertainer, independent rap hero and one of the essential cultural voices of this era.