Multiple Hip Hop/R&B Artists Postpone Album & EP Releases Amid George Floyd Protests

June 5 was supposed to be another busy release date for Hip Hop and R&B, but the unrest in America has changed the situation. As protests continue to take place following the police killing Geroge Floyd, several artists have pushed back their projects out respect.

The following albums and EPs were originally scheduled to drop this week but have been postponed:

  • G-Eazy – Everythingโ€™s Strange Here
  • Boosie Badazz – In House
  • Max B – Charly
  • Chloe x Halle – Ungodly Hour
  • Marlon Craft – Work From Home
  • Iann Dior – I’m Gone
  • Dizzy Wright and Demrick – Blaze With Us 2

Multiple Hip Hop/R&B Artists Postpone Album & EP Releases Amid George Floyd Protests

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While several rappers and singers opted to delay their new music, Run The Jewels decided not to wait until Friday and put out their RTJ4 album on Wednesday (June 3). However, Killer Mike and El-P’s fourth studio LP is available to download for free.

Notable artists proceeding with June 5 releases include Flatbush Zombies and the duo Paul Wall and Lil Keke. The late Big Floyd had ties to Keke Houston’s Screwed Up Click, appearing on DJ Screw mixtapes at one point in his life.

View a photo Keke and Floyd together below.