5 Albums Out Today You Should Listen to Now: Bon Iver, Marika Hackman, Rick Ross, and More

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Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, November 2012 (Anne-Helene Lebrun / Redferns via Getty Images)
Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, November 2012 (Anne-Helene Lebrun / Redferns by way of Getty Images)

With a lot good music being launched on a regular basis, it may be exhausting to find out what to take heed to first. Every week, Pitchfork gives a run-down of serious new releases accessible on streaming providers. This week’s batch consists of new albums from Bon Iver, Marika Hackman, Rick Ross, G&D, and Ra Ra Riot. Subscribe to Pitchfork’s New Music Friday newsletter to get our suggestions in your inbox each week. (All releases featured listed here are independently chosen by our editors. When you purchase one thing by means of our affiliate hyperlinks, nevertheless, Pitchfork could earn an affiliate fee.)

Bon Iver: i,i [Jagjaguwar]

Justin Vernon released his fourth Bon Iver album digitally just a few weeks earlier than it was originally scheduled to reach on August 30. The document options many collaborators, together with James Blake, Bruce Hornsby, Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak, and Spank Rock, to call just a few. In his evaluation of the album, named Best New Music, Matthew Strauss writes that, on i,i, “Justin Vernon takes the Bon Iver sound and reassembles it like a cubist collage, with his voice right out front.” Check out Pitchfork’s monitor evaluation of “Hey, Ma.”

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Marika Hackman: Any Human Friend [Sub Pop/AMF]

Any Human Friend is English singer-songwriter Marika Hackman’s second album for Sub Pop, following 2017’s I’m Not Your Man. She co-produced the document with David Wrench. Check out the music movies for “i’m not where you are” and “the one.”

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Rick Ross: Port of Miami 2 [MMG/Epic]

More than a decade after releasing his debut Port of Miami, Rick Ross is prepared for an additional spherical with Port of Miami 2. The album options Drake (“Gold Roses”), Teyana Taylor, the late Nipsey Hussle, and extra. Port of Miami 2 is Rick Ross’ second studio LP for Epic, following 2017’s Rather You Than Me.

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G&D: Black Love & War [SomeOthaShip Connect/eOne]

G&D is the duo of Georgia Anne Muldrow and Dudley Perkins aka Declaime. “I need of us to really feel pumped listening to Black Love & War,” Muldrow mentioned in a press release. “I want it to help them on their journey to fearlessness. I hope these songs help them release that magic, or makes their day more understandable.” Black Love & War is Muldrow’s second launch of 2019, following VWETO II.

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Ra Ra Riot: Superbloom [Rob the Rich/Caroline]

Superbloom is the fifth album from Ra Ra Riot. Check out the band’s music video for “Bad to Worse” (co-written and produced by frequent collaborator Rostam Batmanglij), in addition to lyric movies for “Flowers” (additionally co-written and produced by Rostam), “War & Famine,” and “Belladonna.”

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