Within Four Days, Four Huge Albums Became Available
WIthin 36 hours four heavyweights made available four very unique projects for fans worldwide. Rick Ross’ Mastermind, Pharrell’s G I R L, Kid Cudi’s Satellite Flight and last but certainly not least ScHoolboy Q’s Oxymoron. All of these projects are on complete different points on the spectrum but provide tons of music for whatever mood you’re in. This is sort of comparable to the infamous June 18th when superstars like Kanye West, J. Cole and Mac Miller release their highly anticipated albums in one day.
Although, this time is more spread out. Oxymoron was the first to hit the web after it leaked on Feb. 20. Five days before it’s official release date on Feb. 25. It was officially available to stream on Feb 22. Next was Kid Cudi who out of no where at 11 p.m. on Monday night (Feb. 24) released Satellite Flight on iTunes. Followed by another surprise iTunes release, Pharrell’s G I R L and the official album stream of Rick Ross’ Mastermind. So whatever your music preference, there is something out for you.