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#NewMusicFriday: Snoop Dogg drops off 'I Wanna Thank Me,' Young Thug's debut is 'So Much Fun', A$AP Ferg has 'Floor Seats' and Quality Control presents 'Control the Streets Vol. 2'

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This week's round up of new Friday releases includes a new album from veteran rapper Snoop Dogg, Young Thug's debut, a compilation effort courtesy of Quality Control Music and an energetic EP from A$AP Ferg

A year after the release of his double-disc gospel LP, Snoop has returned to his quintessential roots with his 18th studio album I Wanna Thank Me. The 22-track offering features a star-studded roster of artists including the likes of Slick RickSwizz BeatzYGMustardRussWiz KhalifaTrey Songz and more. The record is led by the previously-released singles "Let Bygones Be Bygones" and "Countdown."

After much anticipation, Young Thug's long-awaited So Much Fun LP has officially arrived. Dubbed as his debut album, the effort dials in at 19 tracks and includes guest spots from the Atlanta phenom's wide-range of frequent collaborators such as FutureGunna, Lil Baby21 SavageQuavo and more. 

Atlanta's Quality Control has established itself as a force to be reckoned with in hip-hop, and Control The Streets Vol. 2 showcases the squad in full bloom. The follow-up to 2018's Vol. 1 includes QC members Migos, Lil Baby, City Girls, Lil Yachty and more. Guest features are provided by DaBaby, Gunna, French MontanaMeek MillMegan Thee StallionPlayboi CartiTravis Scott and more. With 36 tracks, fans will have plenty to dig into.

With the announcement of his Yedi Tour, featuring support from MurdaBeatz and MadeInTYO, Harlem's own A$AP Ferg continues to apply pressure with his new EP, Floor Seats. The 9-track effort features appearances from MadeInTYO, Asian DollRico Nasty, Ty Dolla $ign and his brother-in-rhyme A$AP Rocky.

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