3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Run the Jewels, Christine and The Queens, and Nas

3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Run the Jewels, Christine and The Queens, and Nas

Run The Jewels
Run the Jewels image via Jonathan Mannion

There’s so much good music out in the ether that sometimes it’s difficult to parse through all of it. Every week The Daily Music Report will do the hard work for you and highlight the best releases available on streaming services.

This week we’re highlighting new music from Run the Jewels, Christine and The Queens, and Nas.

Run the Jewels – RTJ Cu4tro

Released via Jewel Runners/BMG, RTJ Cu4tro features remixes and new versions of tracks made entirely by Latin artists. Fusing numerous cultures and influences the release was previewed by a new version of ‘Walking In The Snow’, which features Akapellah, Apache, and Pawmps.

Standout Songs: yankee y el valiente – (TROOKO’s versión)a, ooh la la ft. Santa Fe Klan – (Mexican Institute of Sound’s versión)a, caminando en la nieve ft. Akapellah, Apache & Pawmps – (Orestes Gomez x Nick Hook’s versión)a, JU$T ft. Pharrell Williams & Zack de la Rocha – (Toy Selectah’s versión)a

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Run The Jewels - RTJ4 Cu4atro

Artist Links:

Website
Spotify
Apple Music

Christine and The Queens – Redcar les adorables étoiles (prologue)

After an injury at the end of rehearsals, Christine and the Queens was forced to postpone his third studio album Redcar les adorables étoiles. Released on November 11, the album proved to be worth the wait. There is no doubt that whether Redcar is a person, character, or hybrid of the two, the album is on another level in modern pop music.

Standout Songs: Ma bien aimée bye bye, La chanson du chevalier, rien dire, Je te vois enfin

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Christine and the Queens - Redcar les adorables etoiles

Artist Links:

Website
Spotify
Apple Music

Nas – King’s Disease III

Queensbridge rapper and businessman Nasir Jones (Nas) has returned for his third installment in his King’s Disease series with King’s Disease III. Harder than previous incarnations, Nas and Hit-Boy return with their fourth collaboration. Polished and reenergized, the two do it all on their own. No features — no guests, just two pros showing the world what’s possible — all on their own.

Standout Songs: Legit, Thun, Recession Proof, WTF SMH, Get Light

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Nas - King's Disease III

Artist Links:

Website
Spotify
Apple Music

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