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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.

March list by Donalee Jacobs
As Above So Below
As Above So BelowVinnie Paz

Vinnie Paz returns with his fifth solo album. It features collaborations with Block McCloud, Chinaski Black, Estee Nack, Jay Royale, Nowaah The Flood, and Recognize Ali. Songs include The Black Hand, Spilled Milk, and Hannibal. (Explicit Content)

Born 2 Rap
Born 2 Rap
The Game

The ninth, and possibly final, album from The Game features twenty-five tracks centered around reflection on his career, his life, and the changes he’s seen over the last fifteen years. The album continues his unique use of samples, features Travis Barker on drums, and includes collaborations with Ed Sheeran, Miguel, Nipsey Hussle, and Sly. (Explicit Content)

CirclesMac Miller

Conceived as a sister album to 2018's Swimming, Circles is the final album from Mac Miller. Jon Brion, with whom Miller worked on Swimming and had been working on this release at the time of his passing, completed the album. It highlights Miller’s singing voice and confessional songwriting.


The second album from Jaden Smith features Summertime In Paris with his sister Willow, Chateau with A$AP Rocky, and Noize with Tyler, the Creator. (Explicit Content)

FuneralLil Wayne

The thirteenth album from Lil Wayne finds the rapper highlighting his technical skills and flow while providing a bridge to past and future in his career. (Explicit Content)


For over twenty years, Atmosphere has pursued the underbelly of what it means to be human with a rabid curiosity. On Whenever, the duo of Ant and Slug, continue to struggle with life and mortality, but also seem to be considering harmony, positivity, and thankfulness as part of their internal conversation.  The album includes Push Play, Dearly Beloved and The Hands Of Time. (Explicit Content)