New July Music

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Ultraviolence by Lana Del ReyUltraviolence

Lana Del Rey

Summary:  One of the most talked-about figures in music returns with her highly anticipated sophomore album. Here Lana Del Rey collaborates with the Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach on tracks that include the new single West Coast.

Contents:  Cruel World  —  Ultraviolence  —  Shades of Cool  —  Brooklyn Baby  —  West Coast  —  Sad Girl  —  Pretty When You Cry  —  Money Power Glory  —  F—ed My Way Up to the Top  —  Old Money  —  Other Woman

X by Ed SheeranX

Ed Sheeran

Summary:  Ed Sheeran won over music fans with his Grammy-nominated debut album, which led to a tour with Taylor Swift. Now the singer-songwriter is back with a new album that features production from Rick Rubin and Pharrell Williams.

Contents:  One  —  I’m a Mess  —  Sing  —  Don’t  —  Nina  —  Photograph  —  Bloodstream  —  Tenerife Sea  —  Runaway  —  Man  —  Thinking Out Loud  —  Afire Love

In the Lonely Hour by Sam SmithIn the Lonely Hour

Sam Smith

Summary:  Coming off of a buzzworthy performance on Saturday Night Live, Sam Smith releases his debut album, which includes the tracks Stay with Me; Money on My Mind; and Not in That Way.

Contents:  Money on My Mind  —  Good Thing  —  Stay With Me  —  Leave Your Lover  —  I’m Not the Only One  —  I’ve Told You Now  —  Like I Can  —  Life Support  —  Not in That Way  —  Lay Me Down

The New Classic by Iggy AzaleaThe New Classic

Iggy Azalea

Summary:  A self-described outsider, Iggy Azalea has already made a big impact on the rap scene. She was the first ever woman to be named to XXL’s Freshman List. Along with the single Fancy, her debut album features T.I., Charli XCX, and Rita Ora.

Contents:  Walk the Line  —  Don’t Need Y’all  —  100  —  Change Your Life  —  Fancy  —  New Chick  —  Work  —  Impossible is Nothing  —  Goddess  —  Black Widow  —  Lady Patra  —  F**K Love

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