[Music Monday Mention] Eminem’s ‘Revival;’ Boosie Badazz’s ‘BooPac;’ Jeezy’s ‘Pressure;’ N.E.R.D.’s ‘No_One Ever Really Dies;’ G-Eazy’s ‘The Beautiful & Damned’ & King Los’ ‘G.O.A.T.’

December 15th was one of the busiest days we've had in a while for album releases. In addition to Eminem, Boosie Badazz and Jeezy, we heard from N.E.R.D.G-EazyKingLos, plus DJ Mustard and RJ.

Despite receiving mixed reviews, Eminem's ninth studio and comeback album Revival, dropped with 19 star-studded tracks.

In addition to his single swith Beyonce and Skylar Grey, the album features PhresherP!nkKehlaniAlicia Keys and more.

On the album, Em says:

"I’ve been working on it for over a year. You know how it is -- you make songs, and as you make the new ones, the old ones get old and you throw them out," Eminem said. "The album is called Revival. It’s a reflection of where I’m at right now, but also I feel like what I tried to do was diversify. I’ve tried to make a little something for everyone."

Check out the album below!


Boosie Badazz releases his April-announced double album BooPac, fully loaded with 24 tracks.

The project only includes four features from London JaeB. WillLee Banks and Yung Bleu.

On the project's Tupac-inspired title, the Louisiana native says:

"I named it BooPac because it was a lot of pressure from my fans to name it BooPac, too. A lot of people didn't grow up on 2Pac. He affected me in a way where he made me want to rap and tell my story. He wasn't afraid to talk about what I went through. So 2Pac was a heavy influence on my career as far as me wanting to not fabricate my story, me wanting to really rap about what I really went through."

Plus, he adds:

"[Another reason] why I really named it BooPac because to a generation, I was their 2Pac. What 2Pac did to me is he touched me with his music. He’s the only one that ever made me shed a tear off a song. And I have that characteristic to my fans. My fans come tell me I’m their 2Pac. Their mamas who love 2Pac come tell me that I’m the closest to 2Pac."

Check out the project below!


Jeezy drops his star-studded follow up to last year's Trap Or Die 3, with Pressure after only a couple weeks of promotion.

Featured on the project is: YGKendrick LamarKodak BlackRick RossJ. Cole2 ChainzTrey Songz and more.

The highly talked about track seems to be #12 "American Dream," that features the first ever collaboration between K. Dot and Cole.

Check out the new album below!


Returning from quite the hiatus, N.E.R.D. finally releases their highly anticipated new album No_One Ever Really Dies, after a seven-years.

The 11-track effort features Kendrick LamarFutureAndree 3000WaleGucci Mane, Rihanna and more.

On the album, Pharrell says:

"We want people to have a good time while listening, we want people to dance, to escape the insanity, the divisiveness, the narcissistic chaos. But we don't want to be to preachy. We essentially just want to have fun"

Check out the new project below!


Bay Area native G-Eazy drops his highly anticipated double album The Beautiful & Damned, laced with 20 tracks.

The album following 2015's When It's Dark Out features Cardi BA$AP RockyKehlaniE-40Charlie PuthJay Ant, his girlfriend Halsey, and more.

Touching on the battle between being Gerald and G-Eazy, the rapper also explains:

"We were probably about 30 or 40 songs in and realized there were these two different themes and two different sounds. [Duality] has always been a common theme [in my work], so I figured, Why not fully go there and finish the whole concept of the album around that?"

He also adds:

"The concept of it is kinda like its about the lifestyle, the Beautiful and Damned like being a kid a having the dream of doing this starting from square one, from outside looking in from without having nothing, to chasing this dream and then all these years down the road of following this yellow brick road trying to get to where you’re going. One day waking up and being like ‘did it take me where I wanted to go?’ Is this fantasy of like sex, drugs, & rock roll is kinda cliche, but it’s cliche for a reason its dark."

Check out the new album below!


To follow his three-track comeback project I Am Not A Industry Plant back in September, King Los debuts his G.O.A.T. mixtape.

Furthermore, the project serves as a collection of freestyles that showcase his varied rap abilities magnificently.

Laces with 13 tracks, Los raps over some your favorite tracks like "Lemon," "New Freezer," "Rockstar," "Gucci Gang" and more.

Check out the mixtape below!


West Coast natives DJ Mustard and RJ link up for a joint album entitled "The Ghetto," laced with 11 bangers.

The project follows RJ's MrLA project and features YGRae SremmurdTy Dolla $ignJoe MosesO.T. Genesis and more.

Touching on the title, RJ explains:

"You have to understand, that’s where we come from. The ghetto is what we speak to and it's where we stem from. I feel like there's a ghetto everywhere, and that is who we speak for. This is who we want to talk to, we want to speak to the ghetto."

Check out the collaborative album below!

 

 

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Ariela Anís is a media maven addicted to pop culture + music. She currently resides in sunny LaLaLand, but is originally from the tri-state. The fiery Latina graduated from Temple U in May 2015 and has been gunning for success beyond the stars ever since. Pushing boundaries is second nature to this zesty entertainment junkie. Ariela Anís is making moves, so be sure to keep up with her on instagram: ari.anis | twitter: arielaanis | website: arielaanis.com

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