Tuesday Rap Release Dates: Kanye West, Big L, Gucci Mane, Black Milk

Kanye West's album pushes back, Gucci Mane gets a release date, as Big L's Flamboyant Entertainment imprint releases a project of rarities and B-sides.

Although not the release that many were hoping for, Big L’s Flamboyant Records will release 139 & Lenox, a 12-song collection of rare and unreleased recordings, on August 31. The following is the release schedule for the next eight weeks:

August 3
Bun B – Trill O.G.
Chief Kamachi – Before The Cult
El-P – Weareallgoingtoburninhellmegamixxx3  
Esham – Suspended Animation
Freddie Gibbs – Str8 Killa
Killah Priest – The 3 Day Theory (Physical Version)
King Gordy – Xerxes The God-King
Lady Gaga – The Remix
Lil Keke – The Don Ke Chronicles
Lloyd Miller & The Heliocentrics – Lloyd Miller & The Heliocentrics
Messy Marv, The Jacka & Blanco – Jonestown
Pastor Troy – King Of All Kings
Roc C – Scapegoat

August 10
Ahmad – The Death Of Me
Ayatollah – Live From The MPC 60 (Box Set)
Buck 65 – 20 Odd Years Volume 3: Albuquerque
Bun B & DJ Michael “5000” Watts – Trill O.G. (Screwed & Chopped)
Dirt Nasty – Nasty As I Wanna Be
Grits – Quarantine
LMNO – Tripping On This Journey
Lord Infamous – Futuristic Bounty Hunter (Digital Version)
Messy Marv – Thizz City
Mike Posner – 31 Minutes To Takeoff
Ras Kass & DJ Rhettmatic – A.D.I.D.A.S. (All Day I Dream About Spittin) (Physical Version)
Street Sweeper Social Club – The Ghetto Blaster EP
The Budos Band – The Budos Band III
Trek Life – Everything Changed Nothing (Physical Version)

August 17
Camu Tao – King Of Hearts
D-Loc – Made For Kings
Dondria – Dondria Vs. Phatfffat
Husalah – Tha Furly Ghost Volume 3
Kem – Intimacy: Album III
Kemo The Blaxican – Upside Of Struggle
Messy Marv & Berner – Blow: Blocks And Boat Docks
Teairra Mari – Sincerely Yours
Tha Dogg Pound – 100 Wayz

August 24
Bizzy Bone – Crossroads 2010
Blu – Her Favorite Colo(u)r (Physical Version)
DJ Muggs Vs. Ill Bill – Kill Devil Hills
Fantasia – Back To Me
Katy Perry – Teenage Dream
Main Flow – Return Of The Castle
Tek – 24KT Smoke
The Pack – Wolfpack Party
Tomorrow, Yesterday – To… From…
Usher – Raymond V. Raymond (Deluxe Edition)
Usher – Versus
Wine-O – Wine-O

August 31
Big L – 139 & Lenox
Cam’ron & The U.N. – Gunz N’ Butta
Common (as Common Sense) – Resurrection (Deluxe Edition)
Cymarshall Law & The Beatnikz – Freedom Express Line
Dorrough – Get Big
Exile – Radio: AM/FM
Fabolous – There Is No Competition 2: The Grieving Music Mixtape
Gerald Levert – The Best Of Gerald Levert
Godfather Don – Properties Of Steel: The Hydra Records Singles
KRS-One & True Master – Meta-Historical
Lone Ninja – Fatal Peril
Lyfe Jennings – I Still Believe
Madlib – Madlib Medicine Show No. 8: Advanced Jazz
M-Dot & DJ Jean Maron – RUN MPC
Slaughterhouse – Slaughterhouse: The EP

September 7
Andreya Triana – Lost Where I Belong
Blue Sky Black Death – Third Party
Chingy – Success & Failure
Lady Saw – My Way
Nate Dogg – G-Funk Mix
Ski Beatz – 24 Hour Karate School
Young Buck – The Rehab

September 14
Bilal – Airtight’s Revenge
Black Milk – Album Of The Year
Chiddy Bang – The Swelly Life
Chromeo – Business Casual
J Dawg – Boss Hogg Outlawz Persent J Dawg
Krizz Kaliko – Shock Treatment
Marques Houston – Mattress Music
MF DOOM & Big Benn Klingon – Expektoration Live
Of Montreal – False Priest
Shontelle – No Gravity
Soulive – Rubber Soulive
Watchmen – Wu-Tang Management Presents Watchmen

September 21
8Ball & MJG – From The Bottom 2 The Top
Iyaz – Replay
John Legend & The Roots – Wake Up!
Maroon 5 – Hands All Over
MC Eiht – The Best Of MC Eiht
Michael Franti & Spearhead – The Sound Of Sunshine
Mr. Kee – The Great Paper Chase
Pastor Troy – The Best Of Pastor Troy Vol. 1
Prospect – First Blood
Rah Digga – Classic
Roots Manuva Meets Wrong Tom – Duppy Writer
RydazNrtisT – Soulful Warfare
Tank – Now Or Never
Twiztid – Heartbroken And Homicidal

Other Recent Announcements:

Big Remo – Entrapment [September 28]
Donell Jones – Donell Jones [September 28]
Group Home – Gifted Unlimited Rhymes Universal [September 28]
Gucci Mane – The Appeal [September 28]
Jim Jones – Capo [September 28]
Ron Isley – TBD [September 28]
Skillz – Hip Hop Confessions [September 28]
Timbo King – From Babylon To Timbuktu [September 28]
Bone Brothers – The Best Of Bone Brothers [October 5]
Faith Evans – Something About Faith [October 5]
Lil Scrappy – Prince Of The South 2 [October 5]
Mark Ronson – Record Collection [October 5]
Ne-Yo – Libra Scale [October 5]
Quazedelic – AnuthaWorld [October 5]
Rye Rye – Go! Pop! Bang! [October 5]
Skyzoo & Illmind – Live From The Tape Deck [October 5]
Soulja Boy – The DeAndre Way [October 5]
Gangrene (The Alchemist & Oh No) – Gutter Water [October 12]
Hezekiah – Conscious Porn [October 12]
Kanye West – TBD [October 12]
Kno – Death Is Silent [October 12]
Nelly – Nelly 5.0 [October 12]
Pitbull – Armando [October 12]
Kid Cudi – Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager [October 26]
Marsha Ambrosius – Late Nights & Early Mornings [October 26]
Kelly Rowland – Kelly Rowland [November 2]


  • NY

    BIg L- 139 & Lenox Timbo King- From Babylon to Timbuktu Watchmen- Wu-Tang Management Presents Watchmen Common - Resurrection (Deluxe Edition) KRS-One & True Master- Meta-Historical

  • tradez

    are u guys serious wat about big l's 139 & lennox, john legend & roots,skillz hip hop confessions, or skyzoo and illmind live from the tape deck. those r all good albums thts droppin too.

  • John doe

    Bilal Kanye West Slaughterhouse Black Milk

  • Kaleeb

    Really? Ya'll aren't waiting for that Slaughterhouse LP or Chamillionaire's Venom? I'm excited about a few of these albums, but those two are the ones I want to drop the most.

  • Ohgreart1

    The only albums I give two shits about are that new kanye kid Cudi T.I fuck everything else on this list.

  • Anonymous

    jason ct we are trying to change the culture and social conditions for the poor blacks, whites, mexicans and anybody else whose sees the music and poltical system is a joke what about u !!! direct chanllenge respond back or fall back

  • sundown

    where the fuck is joell's free agent lp?

  • jer123

    for me t.i.-king uncaged young jeezy-tm 103 and ice cube i am the west all 3 comes out sept 28 getting bun b trill og tomorrow

  • crack

    soulive, madlib, ayotollah


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  • tryl yrz

    I'ma copp Blu... Bun B not sounding so great. I dunno.


    bun b gucci pastor troy both albums do you


    Usher, nelly and kanye is the only ones i care about being released

  • Arkadiusz

    Wow, so many albums pushed back... Music industry falling apart?

  • MelloMusicGroup

    Brown Study (Boog Brown & Apollo Brown) "Brown Study" - 09/28 The Left (Apollo Brown, Journalist 103, DJ SokO) "Gas Mask" Oct 26

  • Its Um

    Yeay, I see some names I've been waiting a long time for.


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  • Bakke

    Kno – Death Is Silent [October 12] Fuck yeah!

  • bernard

    Damn Nobody drops anymore! Pac was the best rapper every, BIG you cant lie the nigga had mad flow. The industry and the media divided the friendships, crews, the niggas on both coast. Pac was more on social issue and that real thug life, BIG had grimmey niggas on some icy get money shit. Personally it's like Malcom and Martin respect the fact they gave so much to the game. You should ask yourself who profit from that deaths! Hmm Suge Puffy,and the White label exec. Pac had a movement like the black panthers, he could rap about money but he made you feel like he was in the hood everyday on the block he never lost touch with the people. BIG actually brought NYC out of the 80's comma bullshit LL was doing shit, Nas and Rakim hadn't drop in a ny mintue no disrespect to Rakim or Nas.Listen to the Nigga punchlines, they are super witty. Divide and conquer is the name of the game. Now black have no music at all. The south you have to make up dance and really what the fuck are these talking about and i live in the south, West Coast has been MiA since Sept 13 1996 RIP Pac and the west coast. Nyc be real the Jay-z, cant't rap he just stole BIG flow and ran with it, the nigga is Fake as a three dollar bill Hard Knock life and half of the Blueprint last thing from Jay. West COAST: STEP ur Game up, Niggas don't feel Snopp puppy dog or E-40 whose selling records over there. South please quit the corny ass dance you make blacks look stuipd promote the Niggas in the south B.g Juve, T.I maybe young buck short list for real niggas in the south. Nyc please stop dick riding Jay. Promte the King OF NYc Jadakiss, fuck with lox niggas bring real heat, BUY the nigga B.sigel can't forget Cassidy, if you r a black revoultionary fuck with Nas.: Drake, Wayne, souljah boy,40CENT enmien my niggas you if can thes niggas are fake, you don't understand hip is a black culture it's about the hood or inner city the people who can't afford lawyers,the cops and judges that always throw a nigga under the jail,the drugs. Ride to your local projects look around aint shit commerical about it you can get murk anytime because niggas IS STRUGGLING AND HUSTLING JUST TO SURVIE it's cut thoart every day we need leadship not bullshit. Who has a real message we can releate to, who can sell in Nyc, west and south. IF YOU GREW UP IN 1993 YOU BOUGHT PAC AND BIG GET Real. Now niggas don't even watch Bet. Listen to Joe budden who killed hip and you will understand what happen in the music industry since 1993-2010. Not one rapper or athele is concern about the youth the inner city, social or economic conditions that we face. they just want niggas to buy more shoes, bullshit cds and drugs to kill ourselves. Think the police on potrol black neighboors we are the criminals in there eyes, they only want your money that's it. Obbama even look the other way when comes to black issue he's..the President right. So hip hop needs some REAL NIGGAS {Never Igorant Getting Goals Accomplish} whose READY TO DIE Rip Real fallen soliders Malcom X, Martin, The Black Panthers, TUPAC, CHRISTOPHER, WALLACE men who have die for the struggle May God Bless their souls in this LIFE AFTER DEATH. NAs say it right aint no best, just a bunch of greed savages. ALL EYES ON ME, AND IF YOU READ THIS IT YOU AND ME AGAINST THE WORLD.

    • Hitt Man

      While i`m with you in sentiment, i must say that you seem to be a bit misinformed. First of all let me start off by sayin` Pac & Biggie are nothing like Malclom & Martin. Beefing over street shit or supremacy in the rap game ain`t the same as putting your life on the line for equal rights for you & your people. That statement is disrespectful to the struggle altogether. Secondly if we allow movies like Notorious tell it N.Y. was a wasteland far music goes until Biggie came along,which just ain`t true. In 93 Onyx,Blackmoon,Wu-Tang Clan & ATCQ`s 3rd album was making much noise. In 94 everyone was anticipating Nas 1st & Biggie second. I got a lot more but I will wait I`ll wait for your response. Peace! -H>

    • JasonCTown

      annnnnnnnnndddddddd, back to me! "what are you going on about"? - says the Chappelle 'wrap it up' buzzer.

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