Drake announces the release date for his third studio album, Big Sean pins a date for “Hall of Fame.”

Toronto’s Drake has announced when he’ll be dropping his third studio album. Taking to Twitter, the YMCMB rapper announced that his Nothing is the Same album will be released on September 17. Drake recently released four new songs including the “Jodeci Fresstyle” featuring J. Cole, “The Motion” featuring Sampha, Migos’ “Versace” featuring Drake, and PARTYNEXTDOOR’s “Over Here” featuring Drake.

Big Sean’s Hall of Fame has been in the works for a long time. The Detroit emcee will drop his sophomore album on August 27. Releasing a video to announce the date, Sean’s next single from the album will be “Beware,” featuring Lil Wayne and Jhene Aiko and will premier on June 25.

Houston, Texas native Chamillionaire has released two EPs since his departure from Universal Republic Records. This year, Cham has announced the release of his next EP titled Reignfall. The project will self-release digitally and on CD July 23. Chamillionaire has not released a nationally-distributed album since his sophomore solo album, 2007’s Ultimate Victory.

A$AP Rocky is planning to drop an instrumental album titled Beauty & The Beast: Slowed Down Sessions, Chapter 1. The RCA/Polo Grounds artist said he will not announce a release date, dropping the project randomly.

Mobb Deep’s Havoc will release his second “Beats Collection” album Tuesday. The eight-track projectfeatures a sequel composition to “The Learning (Burn)” from Mobb Deep’s Infamy album. Titled The Beat Collection, Vol. 2, Hav’s latest release will include one song with himselg on the chorus, intended for emcees to make a track with.

Madchild is set to release a 14-track album titled Lawn Mower Man. The Suburban Noize Records album drops on August 6 and features Bishop Lamont, JD Era, Prevail (of Swollen Members), and Slaine (of La Coka Nostra).

Less than 24 hours ago, Wiz Khalifa confirmed the title of what will be his third Atlantic Records-backed release with Rostrum, Blacc Hollywood.

View the rest of the retail releases coming soon below, and on HipHopDX’s Release Dates page.

June 24

Wyld Bunch & DJ Brans

June 25

College – Secret Diary

DeLorean – GRACE

Dessa – Parts Of Speech

Evidence – Green Tape Instrumentals

Havoc – The Beat Collection, Vol. 2

John Legend – Love In The Future

Junclassic – BLVD Backdrop

Lightnin’ Slim & Swamp Dogg – High & Low Down

Novalima – Karimba: Diabolic Remixes

Serengeti – Kenny Dennis

Slum Village – The Evolution

Wale – The Gifted

Wrekonize – The War Within

Yo Dot – Sherman Park Memoirs

June 29

Killer Mike & El-P – Run These Jewels

July 2

Daz & WC – West Coast Gangsta Sh*t

Gucci Mane – Trap House III

Joe Thomas – DoubleBack: Evolution of R&B

Jon Connor – Unconscious State

Juicy J – Stay Trippy

Nemo Achida – Midnight Magic

No Malice – Hear Ye Him

REKS – Revolution Cocktail

Young Scooter – Juughou$e

July 4

Jay-Z – Magna Carta Holy Grail

July 5

Robin Thicke – Blurred Lines

July 9

Adlib – Bad Newz

araabMuzik – The Remixes, Vol. 1

Ciara – Ciara

Freddie Gibbs – ESGN

Greenhouse (Illogic & Blueprint) – Bend But Don’t Break

Rich Quick – Sad Songz

July 16

Ace Hood – Trials & Tribulations

Chris Brown – X

Hieroglyphics – The Kitchen

Mayer Hawthorne – Where Does This Door Go

Pusha T – My Name Is My Name

July 23

Chamillionaire – Reignfall EP

Rich Gang – Rich Gang: Flashy Lifestyle

U-God – Keynote Speaker

July 30

Cory Mo – Take It Or Leave It

Tech N9ne – Something Else

August 6

Madchild – Lawn Mower Man

Maybach Music Group – Self Made Vol. 3

August 27

Big Sean – Hall of Fame

Goodie Mob – Age Against The Machine

J57 & Blame One – Walk In The Sun

SunGod – Redemption

September 10

2 Chainz – Based On A TRU Story 2

September 17

Drake – Nothing is the Same

The Roots & Elvis Costello – Wise Up Ghost

September 24

DJ Khaled – Suffering From Success

September 30

Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience (Part 2)

October 5

Waka Flocka Flame – Flockaveli 2


Akon – Stadium

A$AP Rocky – Beauty & The Beast: Slowed Down Sessions, Chapter 1

Azealia Banks – Broke With Expensive Taste

AZ – Doe or Die II

Big Sean – Hall Of Fame

Birdman – Bigga Than Life

B.o.B – Underground Luxury

Brick Squad – Big Money Talk

Clipse – As God Is My Witness

Craig G & Da Beatminerz – TBA

Curren$y – Pilot Talk 3

Danny Brown – Old

DJ Khaled – Suffering From Success

DJ Scream – Long Live The Hustle

Dom Kennedy – Get Home Safely

Drake – Nothing Was The Same

E-40 – Block Brochure: Welcome To The Soil Vol. 4, 5 & 6

Earl Sweatshirt – Doris

Eminem – TBA

Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – Cocaine Pinata

Future & Rocko – TBA

Gucci Mane – MR.GUWOP

Ice Cube – Everything’s Corrupt

Iggy Azalea – The New Classic

Immortal Technique – The Martyr 2

Jay Electronica – Act II: Patents of Nobility (The Turn)

Joey Bada$$ – B4.DA.$$

KA – The Night’s Gambit

Ludacris – Ludaversal

Malik B & Mr. Green – Unpredictable

Method Man & Redman – Blackout 3

Mystikal – Original

Nelly – M.O.

Nicki Minaj – Pink Friday: The Pinkprint

Plies – Purple Heart

Raekwon – F.I.L.A (Fly International Luxurious Art)

Rebel Armz – TBA

Redman – Muddy Waters 2

Rich Boy – Break The Pot

Rick Ross – Mastermind

RiFF RaFF & Skrillex – TBA

Roc Marciano – Marci Beaucoup

Roc Marciano & Alchemist – TBA

Schoolboy Q – Oxymoron

Spice 1 – Hater’s Nightmare

Swizz Beatz – Haute Living

T.I. – Trouble Man: He Who Wears the Crown

The Roots – & Then You Shoot Your Cousin

Twista – The Dark Horse

Wiz Khalifa – Blacc Hollywood

Wu-Tang Clan – A Better Tomorrow

XV – The Kid with the Green Backpack

Yelawolf – Love Story

YG – Freshman on Campus



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