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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.

September list by Donalee Jacobs
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Released digitally in August, Travis Scott's third solo album has won widespread acclaim from both critics and fans. It includes the single Stop Trying To Be God. (Explicit Content)


Along with being produced by Kanye West, Nas's latest release includes appearances from Puff Daddy and The-Dream. After being released digitally in June, it is now available on CD. (Explicit Content)

South Of 5th
South Of 5th

With a reggae tinged vibe, the fellas in ¡Mayday! are once again immersing you in the sonic landscape of Miami. The album includes tracks Next To Go, Lifetimes, Run Up and Time Is Up. (Explicit Content)

Stay Dangerous
Stay DangerousYg

YG's follow-up to 2016's Still Brazy includes features from A$AP Rocky, Nicki Minaj, 2Chainz, Big Sean, Quavo, Ty Dolla Sign, Jay305, and Mozzy. (Explicit Content)

Whitey Ford's House Of Pain
Whitey Ford's House Of Paineverlast

Everlast returns with his first full-length studio release of original music since Songs of the Ungrateful Living in 2011. Known to most people for his hit What It's Like and as the leader of House of Pain (Jump Around), his new album includes the single The Culling and a collaboration with Aloe Black. (Explicit Content)