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The eccentric hip-hop star unveils his third full-length effort this month, an album that sees him working with super producer Dr. Dre.
Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, Pusha T, J. Cole and Q-Tip are among the guests on the album, which .Paak has billed as the final instalment of his 'Beach Trilogy' of LPs.
The veteran troubadour returns with his 40th studio album this week.
The album contains six originals and eight covers, with the 'Brown Eyed Girl' singer putting his own spin on tracks from Sam Cooke, John Lee Hooker, Solomon Burke and more.
The beloved Mary Poppins returns, 54 years after she first graced the big screen, on December 14th, but the soundtrack arrives a week earlier.
Marc Shaiman, best known for his work on Hairspray, has written the songs, which include nods to the songs from the first film, including 'A Spoonful of Sugar' and 'The Perfect Nanny'.
The Royal Philharmonic add their orchestral touch to a string of The Carpenters' biggest hits, including 'We've Only Just Begin', 'This Masquerade' and '(They Long to Be) Close to You'.
The rising country star drops his second studio album this week, following up his hit self-titled debut LP.
Gavin DeGraw guests on the album, while Lady Antebellum man Charles Kelley, key Keith Urban collaborator Ross Copperman and The Shires/Dan + Shay man Jimmy Robbins are among the production talent.
The sixth instalment in the Mission: Impossible franchise arrives in stores this week and sees Tom Cruise return once more as Ethan Hunt in his most explosive and dangerous mission yet.
Ving Rhames, Rebecca Ferguson. Alec Baldwin and Simon Pegg are among the returning cast members, this time joined by Henry Cavill and Vanessa Kirby.
Ahead of the film's release in cinemas earlier this year, we spoke to Henry, Rebecca, Simon and Vanessa to talk about bringing Christopher McQuarrie's latest blockbuster to the big screen.
The second season of Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan's gripping HBO sci-fi series lands in stores this week and finds the hosts taking over the park, with Dolores and others looking to make their escape to the outside world.
Evan Rachel Wood, Jeffrey Wright, Thandie Newton, Ed Harris and James Marsden all return to reprise their roles for the second series.
The third Hotel Transylvania film arrives in stores this week and sees Dracula and the gang taking a relaxing vacation on a summer cruise, completely unaware that their boat is being followed by vampire hunters the Van Helsings.
Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez, Andy Samberg, Steve Buscemi and Chrissy Teigen are among those lending their voices to the film's impressive cast, with Genndy Tartakovsky directing.
Director Jennifer Yuh Nelson brought her adaptation of Alexandra Bracken's YA science-fiction novel to the big screen earlier this year and The Darkest Minds makes its arrival in stores this week.
Based on a screenplay by Chad Hodge, Nelson's film tells the story of a mysterious virus which kills 98% of young people around the world, leaving the survivors with some new and powerful abilities.
Amanda Stenberg, Gwendoline Christie, Harris Dickinson and Mandy Moore all take starring roles in Nelson's film.
The sequel to 2015's Ant-Man lands in stores this week and adds Michelle Pfeiffer to the cast, with Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly and Michael Douglas all returning to reprise their roles from the first film.
Peyton Reed is once again in the director's chair for Ant-Man and the Wasp, which sees Scott Lang once again being recruited by Hank Pym and Hope van Dyne, this time for a mission to rescue Hope's mother Janet - the original Wasp - from the Quantum Realm.