Good Riddance, produced and co-written by her frequent collaborator Aaron Dessner of The National, finds Adams documenting her emotional experience with more precision and impact than ever before. As she narrates the end of a fractured relationship, the 23-year-old artist achieves a new level of lyrical honesty and self-possession — an element fully reflected in her quietly captivating vocal work.
Rap phenomenon Yeat returns with AftërLyfe, the explosive follow-up to 2022’s acclaimed project Lyfë via Field Trip/Geffen Records. Spearheaded by “Shmunk,” an undeniable collaboration with YoungBoy Never Broke Again, the 22-track project picks up where Yeat’s previous project left off, expanding on his talent and reaching towards an even more experimental sound.
The Complete Dirty South is a band-led rework of the 2004 album that examined the state of the South and unveiled its hypocrisy, irony, and tragedy that continues to exit. Principal member, Patterson Hood, took the reins and reimagined this record as it was originally intended with re-sequenced audio, three additional tracks, four remixes along with updated vocals. "
The acclaimed Grammy-winning musician, singer-songwriter makes her Blue Note debut with The Omnichord Real Book. It's a visionary and deeply jazz-influenced work that marks the start of a new chapter in Ndegeocello’s trailblazing career. Following her 2018 covers album, Ventriloquism, Meshell returns with an album of original material that taps into a broad spectrum of her musical roots.