Days like today make me glad I can use a streaming service to listen to everything I want for a small monthly fee. Let it had been 2 years ago and I would’ve been broke from buying all these albums.
The secret society of musical authorities came up with the grand idea that Nov. 13, 2015 would be a great day for music fans. On this day, we got new music from Ty Dolla $ign, Logic and Justin Bieber (just to name a few.)
It would be irresponsible for today’s 3 o’clock drop to be about anything else. So check out the streams of today’s new music below.
Ty Dolla $ign – Free TC
Ty Dolla $ign’s been around so long [see: “Toot It and Boot It”] that fans may have just assumed he’d dropped a major label album already. But they’d be wrong because Free TC s actually the first from the Los Angeles-born singing/rapping artist. Ty’s first album includes features from a long list of heavy hitters – from both past and present – such as Kanye West, Diddy, Jagged Edge, Babyface and Trey Songz.
Check out the new album below.
Logic – The Incredible True Story
Logic surprised a lot of people last year with his debut studio album, Under Pressure. So it’s not a shocker that everyone was waiting for a second output to make sure the Maryland MC was legit. Well, they don’t have to wait anymore because The Incredible True Story was released today and can be streamed below.
Justin Bieber – Purpose
The last album we got from Justin Bieber was his lukewarm R&B-heavy Journals. In between then and now, all we’ve really gotten was a bunch of headlines. But with Purpose, Bieber looks to rebrand himself as a new artist with his head on straight and a promising future.
Purpose is a total of 19 tracks and features appearances from Travi$ Scott, Big Sean and even Nas. Check out the stream below.
Young Jeezy – Church In These Streets
Let us not forget about our man Jeezy, who released his eighth studio album in Church In these Streets. While his name may not be on the tips of everyones tongues in 2015, his longtime fans are still excited to see what he’s got to say.
Hopefully this great day for music doesn’t mean we’ll be dry for the next month.