Other notable releases this week include projects from Babyface Ray, Marco Polo, Buckshot, Hodgy, and more.
Levert teased about a quiet retirement, but thankfully, opted for something more public.
If you ever wondered how the King of New York would sound on an Afrobeats track, you're in luck.
The new pairing is thought to be connected to Offset's rumored departure from Migos.
The estate also announced a posthumous album is due later this year.
"It takes ten years to become an 'overnight success,'" the 'Special' singer shared in a statement.
The Game shared that 'Drillmatic' will drop in "less than 30 days" and is the "best album of [his] career."
The Harlem native kept the judges on the edge of their seats with her breathtaking performances.