Spring is in full effect, and April's at our doorstep. As is always the case, a new month brings plenty of new music with it, and today, we're giving you a rundown of the new releases to come.

Near the top of the month we're getting Care for Me, the second official studio album from Chicago's own Saba. The project includes the song "Life," a track that chronicles his day-to-day struggle.

One day later, on Fri., April 6, we're getting a flood of new releases from Flatbush Zombies (Vacation in Hell), Lil Xan (Total Xanarchy), Famous Dex (Dex Meets Dexter, album) and E-40 and B-Legit (Connected and Respected).

Vacation in Hell marks the Flatbush Zombies' first LP since 2016's 3001: A Laced Odyssey, while Xan's Total Xanarchy is actually his debut LP. Dex's Dex Meets Dex is his debut album, while E-40 and B-Legit's Connected and Respected, which is a project that has all the makings of a West Coast slapper.

On that same day (April 6), Cardi B will finally unload her eagerly awaited Invasion of Privacy album, which will mark her debut major label LP. With singles like "Bodak Yellow," and rumors of her pregnancy, it's hard to imagine Bardi getting much better exposure than she is now. Could be a huge day for Cardi B.

The following Friday (April 13), we'll be treated to new releases from the likes of Carnage, (Battered Bruised & Bloody) and Atlanta trap stalwart Peewee Longway (Spaghetti Factory). Carnage's latest should be filled with more slappers than any one project should be capable of having, while Longway's mixtape will be a showcase for his underrated knack for technically precise rhymes.

Last but definitely not least is YoungBoy Never Broke Again, who's all set to drop his debut album, Until Death Call My Name, on Fri., April 27. The rapper was recently charged with the aggravated assault and kidnapping of his girlfriend, but at the moment, he is a free man. It will be interesting to see how this plays into the release of his project.

Take a look at the new music releases dropping in April in the gallery below.

See New Music Releases for April 2018

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