Subscribe to the New Music Weekly playlist, which drops every Friday, to stay in tune with the freshest songs across styles. Among the many highlights this week, we’re digging the return of classic rock icons Electric Light Orchestra, discovering previously unreleased home recordings from Kurt Cobain, feeling the blunt beats and rhymes of Redman, swooning with love songs from Chris Isaak, peeping the production debut from country star Chris Young, stripping down with psychedelic soul act MuteMath and head-nodding to the debut from Beyoncé and FKA Twigs producer Boots. Read about more key releases in the Playlist Notes below and listen to all of these albums and more on the Rdio New Releases page.
Justin Bieber - Purpose
The pop star’s fourth album features Big Sean, Skrillex, Diplo and his first number one hit “What Do You Mean?”
One Direction - Made In The A.M.
The UK boy band’s fifth album is the first to be recorded without Zayn Malik and their last for a while.
Jeezy - Church In These Streets
The Atlanta rapper’s eighth album discusses social injustice and looks upward for guidance.
Logic - The Incredible True Story [Explicit]
The Maryland rapper’s second album takes on a science fiction theme as he leaves Earth.
Ty Dolla $ign - Free TC
The long awaited debut album from the LA singer whose songs feel more like rap than R&B.