Friday, June 3, 2011

Entertainment Weekly's "10 Summer Albums We Can't Wait to Hear"

    Swizz Beatz, Haute Living
    Hip-hop's go-to producer steps back to the mic as a leading man, bringing along wife Alicia Keys, Bono, Jay-Z, M.I.A., and Kanye West and introducing a new sophistication to his frenetic beats. Late summer

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    Colbie Caillat, All of You
    The sunny Californian's third album finds her co-writing with Ryan Tedder, jamming with boyfriend/guitarist Justin Young, and inviting rapper Common over for a guest spot (''Favorite Song''). July 12

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    Selena Gomez and the Scene, When the Sun Goes Down
    The Disney actress-turned-singer and her backing band expand their sonic horizons on this third outing, with songwriting assists from Britney Spears and Katy Perry. June 28

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    David Cook, This Loud Morning
    The seventh-season Idol winner teams up with eclectic songwriters (Ryan Tedder, Better Than Ezra frontman Kevin Griffin) for more shimmering guitar anthems, including first single ''The Last Goodbye.'' June 28

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    Beyoncé, 4
    After a yearlong break from the biz, Queen B is back with 4, her (yep) fourth solo studio set—inspired, she says, by Nigerian musician Fela Kuti, '90s R&B, and rock concerts she hit during her time off. Look, too, for cuts penned by R&B stalwarts The-Dream and Babyface. June 28

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    Pitbull, Planet Pit
    With two caliente singles already thumping in clubs — and help from hitmakers like Dr. Luke, David Guetta, and Ne-Yo—saying Mr. 305’s planet is the place to be is an understatement. June 21

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    Lil Wayne, Tha Carter IV
    The last chapter of Wayne's Carter series sold a million copies in its first week of release. On this disc, expect the raucous rapper to do it again with new rhymes that reflect his recent jail time. June 21

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    Bon Iver, Bon Iver
    Acclaimed folkie Justin Vernon recruited a pack of veterans (among them Arcade Fire saxophonist Colin Stetson) for a fresh batch of swirling quiet storms. June 21

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    Owl City, All Things Bright and Beautiful
    The ''Fireflies'' crooner brings collaborators, including fellow synth-popper Lights and rapper Shawn Chrystopher, into his basement for more electronic symphonies. June 14

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    Eminem and Royce Da 5'9", Hell: The Sequel
    After cooking their beef — the two MCs famously feuded for years — Em and underground star Royce reunite (under the name Bad Meets Evil) for what will likely be a rap nerd's fantasy come true. June 14

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