Two of the summer season’s most anticipated releases have been slightly delayed – along with one spring. Game’s R.E.D. album is now due on June 29, in lieu of its June 15 date. At present, that puts the Aftermath/Interscope star in a competing role with Drake’s full-length debut Thank Me Later.

Another Interscope superstar, Diddy, will also bring his Last Train To Paris to the station that same June 29. That’s a week delay from Diddy’s initial Dirty Money-assisted, European-inspired concept album.

Lastly, as initially reported last week, which was subsequently refuted by the artist, Rhymefest’s El Che is now due on June 8. The release will be the Chicago emcee’s independent debut, after a four-year relationship with J Records.