By now you know that the big music release of the year is the Apple Watch, but if you haven’t seen the music you should definitely get your hands on the new album, The Bigger Picture, due to be released on September 21st.

It’s been a long time since we’ve had an album from a major label that we can all be proud of, but this year’s releases have been nothing short of stellar, so why is it that when it comes to music, labels don’t get any credit?

It seems as though they’ve been left out of the loop.

Music industry newsNow that the holidays have arrived and we’ve been able to get some sleep, let’s take a look at the biggest music releases of the week.

We’ll start with a list of albums released on Tuesday.

There’s been no shortage of music releases over the last few weeks, so this will probably be the last week on which we can look at a full list.

While we have a lot of albums on the shelves, a lot has also been made of which ones have the biggest impact.

There are no shortage in terms of releases, and it’s easy to see why: they are the best of the best.

The biggest hits of the past week are, unsurprisingly, on this list.

The music industry is in a bit of a shambles right now, but there are a number of releases that could help to keep things ticking over.

The album that will probably make you want to keep listening is the new single, “We’ll Make You,” by DJ Khaled.

It’s an ambitious album that’s sure to keep you engaged and keep you motivated for the next few months.

“We Will Make You” is a good example of a great track, and the new track is a great example of the kind of creative energy and vision that Khaled brings to his music.

He’s not afraid to take risks, and that’s what makes him such a popular artist.

He just keeps doing his thing, and with a track like this, he’s a very exciting prospect for the future.

Khloe Kardashian and Kendall Jenner have also been very vocal about the importance of music to them, and “I Am” has been one of their best tracks to date.

It features a stunning vocal performance by Khloe and is a fitting tribute to the late Kendall.

This track also serves as an excellent song to get you pumped up for the release of Khloe’s new album in the weeks to come.

“I Will Always Love You” by Nicki Minaj and Drake is also a great anthem to get pumped up to.

It was also released on the weekend, and this is a track that really hits the right note.

It brings together the best elements of the Minaj track and Drake’s “Wild Thoughts” and “Break Free,” with the perfect blend of hip-hop and pop.

It will certainly keep you up for a while.

A great album to have on your shelf this week: “We will make you.” by Kavinsky.

This track is so catchy and catchy that it can easily get you into a groove.

The title track of this album is just as catchy, and there’s also a bonus track, “Hustle,” that includes some good beats.

If you’re looking for a catchy, upbeat track that’ll get your heart pumping and make you stay up late, this is the one.

The next release that you should be getting excited about is the release date of another artist who is going to make you dance.

“My Heart Is On You,” is an amazing song that has the ability to make people feel something very special.

It is so good that it’s going to be a track to watch out for.

“You are my best friend,” by The Chainsmokers.

If you are looking for something uplifting and catchy, this track is just the thing to get your groove going.

It also features some fantastic production from DJ Mustard and the Chainsmokes.

The track is pretty catchy and it’ll definitely keep you going, and if you like a good hip-house track, this might be the track to pick up.

The last release that should be your priority is the arrival of another big hit from the artist that will help you stay motivated for 2018.

The song that will make your heart skip a beat is “Fancy,” by Justin Bieber.

It starts off with the right hook, and then the vocals make the song even better.

If this song helps you feel like you are really getting into something, it’ll surely keep you entertained for the rest of the summer.