Trey Songz doesn’t stray far from his usual formula on the cover of his fifth studio album, Chapter V.
The follow-up to 2010’s Passion, Pain, & Pleasure arrives August 21 via Songbook/Atlantic Records, and features 18 tracks including the Rico Love-penned lead single “Heart Attack” and the T.I.-assisted second single “2 Reasons.”
See the full tracklist below.
Chris Brown spreads the wealth on his fifth studio album, Fortune. Available in both standard and deluxe editions on July 3, the 14-track (standard) disc features the singles Till I Die,” “Sweet Love,” “Strip,” “Don’t Wake Me Up,” and the lead single “Turn Up the Music ,” with appearances from Nas, Big Sean, Wiz Khalifa, and his CBE signees Kevin McCall and Se7en.
His previous release, 2011’s F.A.M.E. debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, and has since sold 872,000 copies according to Nielsen SoundScan.
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Usher has unveiled the standard and deluxe album covers and tracklists for his seventh album, Looking 4 Myself. Available June 12, the standard album features 14 tracks, including the No. 1 smash “Climax” and newly released follow-ups “Scream” and “Lemme See.” The album also features guest spots from Pharrell, Luke Steele and Rick Ross. The deluxe edition includes four additional tracks, including the Pharrell-produced cut “Hot Thing.”
The seven-time Grammy winner admits the album is risk. “If you take no risk, you stand to gain nothing in life. Dare to be different. I don’t look like you, I don’t walk like you, I don’t dance like you, I don’t move like you or talk like you. That doesn’t make me odd, that makes me who I am,” he said. “I want people to feel that essence of growth, this album is very consistent in the aspect of being eclectic.“
See the deluxe cover and tracklists below.
Four-time Grammy nominee Eric Benet has unveiled the album art and tracklist to his forthcoming sixth studio album, The One. Available online and in stores on June 5, the 12-track set features collaborations with Lil Wayne, Shaggy and his daughter India Benet. Watch the music video for the lead single “Real Love” and check out the complete track list below.
The journey from Estelle’s sophomore album to her third has been a long one. After multiple delays, All of Me arrives in stores February 28th, and we now know which songs made the album’s final cut. The follow-up to 2008’s Shine, which featured the Grammy-winning “American Boy” (with Kanye West), features guest spots from Trey Songz and Chris Brown on “International (Serious),” Rick Ross (“Break My Heart”), and Janelle Monáe on “Do My Thing,” written by Ne-Yo.
Rozay ensembles an all-star cast for his Rich Forever mixtape, hosted by DJ Scream and Shaheem Reid. The 19-track download features giest spots from Drake, Nas, Kelly Rowland, Diddy, Pharrell, French Montana, Wale, and John Legend, with production from hitmakers such as Boi-1da, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Lex Luger, and more. Rich Forever drops Friday at 3:05 p.m. EST. See official tracklist below.