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G Herbo Releases ‘Survivor’s Remorse’ Album Feat. Future, Jeremih, Gunna, Offset & More

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Last month, G Herbo announced he would be releasing a double-disc album titled, Survivor’s Remorse.

Today, the Chicago native has released the fifth studio album. The double-disc marked side A and Side B features 12 tracks total with contributions from Future, Gunna, Young Thug, Kodak Black, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Jeremih, Conway The Machine and Benny The Butcher.

As of right now, side A is available while side B will become available to stream on Monday.

“… the Survivor side for me is… I wouldn’t say it’s totally different, but it’s more like a celebratory vibe. You know what I’m saying? More like a moment of triumph and giving myself a pat on the back,” G Herbo told Eddie Francis on Apple Music. “And the Remorse side is me being real about, you know what I’m saying, trauma and the things that I do face behind the scenes that, you know what I’m saying, everybody don’t really know about. I want the fans to be able to live with the music for a second. I want them to be able to consume the A side and then, Monday, get to B side. When you actually put them together though, it syncs. It’s still one through 25, they still sync. But I want to start a conversation with my fans, like, “All right, I like the A side. I like the B side.” You feel what I’m saying? I intentionally wanted to start that conversation.”

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Ella Mai Releases Deluxe Edition of Sophomore Album ‘Heart on My Sleeve’

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As she continues to embark on her ‘Heart on My Sleeve Tour,’ Ella Mai returns with the official deluxe edition of her sophomore album.

Heart on My Sleeve‘s deluxe edition features three new tracks –  ‘2 O’Clock’, ‘This Is’ and ‘Our Song.’ “Three heartfelt bonus tracks round out an album of lush R&B,” says the album’s Apple Music description.

The original album featured 15 tracks with contributions from LattoLucky Daye and Roddy Ricch.

“When I released my debut album, I was 23 about to be 24, and now I’m about to be 27. Just in life, I’m a different woman,” the 10 Summers artist told Billboard. “I’m more mature and I’ve experienced different things than I did when I was a 23-year-old. I’m more sure of myself as an artist. I’ve been able to tour the world and I think that opens your eyes up a lot more. It’s me still and it’s just an elevated version.”

Stream ‘Heart on My Sleeve (Deluxe Edition)’ below.

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Lil Yachty Releases New Album ‘Let’s Start Here’ 

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Lil Yachty Releases New Album ‘Let’s Start Here’ 
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On Christmas Day, unreleased music by Lil Yachty had hit the internet. Under the name ‘Sonic Ranch,’ 13 track effort had reportedly leaked due to an alleged disgruntled engineer who hasn’t reportedly not received payment.

Though Lil Yachty never confirmed or denied why the leak happened, he has officially returned with his first studio album in three years titled, Let’s Start Here. With 14 tracks, Lil Yachty called this his second chapter and thanked fans for their patience.

Stream the album below.

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YoungBoy Never Broke Again Drops New Project ‘I Rest My Case’

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Last year, YoungBoy Never Broke Again (NBA YoungBoy) released a whooping eight projects, with his most recent being the December release, Lost Files.

Kicking off the first week of the new year, the Baton Rouge native returns with a brand new album titled, I Rest My Case. With 19 tracks, the album marks YoungBoy’s first project under his new deal with Motown.

“My next album named Black dropping this January just wait and hate until,” he wrote back in December. “If you just listen to what I’m saying you’ll hear I ain’t promoting violence, stupid fuck. It’s either you gone follow or stay tf out my way.” He has since changed the titled to I Rest My Case.

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