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2012 Album Release Dates

A new year means new albums from your favorite artists. Which albums am I most excited for? Melanie Fiona, BOB, Brandy, Maxwell, R Kelly, and Chris Brown. Check out the list below and see when your favorite artist new album is coming out.

01.17.12 Miles Davis Kind Of Blue(K2 HD Master)
01.17.12 Odd Future Purple Naked Ladies physical release
01.24.12 40 Glocc New World Agenda
01.24.12 Lazerbeak Lava Bangers
01.24.12 Tyga Careless World: Rise Of The Last King
01.31.12 Kid Cudi & Dot Da Genius WZRD
01.31.12 Najee The Smooth Side Of Soul
01.31.12 Various Soundtrack For A Revolution
02.07.12 Mario Restoration
02.07.12 Melanie Fiona The MF Life
02.13.12 Tony Williams Some Of My Best Rappers Are Friends Mixtape
02.14.12 Maino Day After Tomorrow
02.14.12 Nicki Minaj Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded
02.21.12 Monica New Life
02.28.12 Estelle All Of Me
02.28.12 Robert Glasper Experiment Black Radio
02.28.12 Take 6 One
March 2012 Curren$y The Stoned Immaculate
March 2012 Tank Savior
03.13.12 B.o.B Strange Clouds
03.13.12 Ruben Studdard Letters From Birmingham
03.26.12 K’Jon Moving On
03.27.11 DMX Undisputed
04.03.11 Willow Smith Knees And Elbows
April 2012 Slaughterhouse TBA
May 2012 Brandy TBA
May 2012 Tyler, The Creator Wolf
Summer 2012 Prodigy TBA
TBD Akon Stadium
TBD Asher Roth Is This Too Orange?
TBD Big K.R.I.T. Live From The Underground
TBD Birdman Bigger Than Life
TBD Bow Wow Underrated
TBD Chris Brown Fortune
TBD D’Angelo James River
TBD DJ Khaled Kiss The Ring
TBD Jay Sean Freeze Time
TBD Lil’ Kim TBA
TBD Lil Twist Don’t Get It Twisted
TBD Lupe Fiasco Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album
TBD Lupe Fiasco & Pharrell TBA
TBD Mariah Carey TBA
TBD Maxwell TBA
TBD Nas Life Is Good
TBD Plies Purple Heart
TBD R. Kelly Black Panties
TBD Ray J Radiation 2
TBD Rick Ross God Forgives I Don’t
TBD The-Dream Love: The Gift, The Curse
TBD T.I. Trouble Man

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