Outkast's André 3000 releases solo album this Friday

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RFTW: Amatria, Daft Punk, André 3000, Samuraï, Drake, Bad Gyal…

Today, November 17, the album announced by surprise this week by André 3000, singer of Outkast, is published. An album that contains neither beats nor raps, but a lot of flute.

We already expected, and they are already on the street, on the other hand, the new works of Amatria, Danny Brown, Dolly Parton, Red Velvet, Apartamentos Acapulco, Emeli Sandé, Madness, The Polyphonic Spree or Vince Clarke. How can we forget, on the other hand, the reissue of ‘Random Access Memories’ by Daft Punk without the batteries of the original album, and Drake’s EP (added to his last album).

News day is marked by the return of Gossip after 11 years. They also present new songs, Tate McRae, Sen Senra, Nicki Nicole and Bad Gyal, Ozuna with David Guetta, DELLAFUENTE with Morad, The Vaccines, The Lemonheads, Biig Piig, Tom Oddell, Nouvelle Vague (!) covering ‘Only You’ by Yaz, Lucius, Brittany Howard or Daddy Yankee or Ari Lennox.

In recent days The Smile, Allie x Bleachers have published new releases, which in all cases present new albums; Depression Sonora, which is advancing its EP, or Porno for Pyros, who have published their first single in 26 years.

In the already updated “Ready for the Weekend” playlist you can also listen to new songs by Biig Piig, Shygirl with Cosha, Madi Diaz with Kacey Musgraves, Samuraï, Lucius, Cakes da Killa, Talia Mar…

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