TGIF! And what a week this was! Justice has seeped into our willing hearts yet again with another banger, New York Fashion Week has finally come to an end (thank goodness), Skepta won the Mercury Prize (hooray x1,000,000), Kid Cudi is on a Twitter tear calling out all the fakies, and The Game is starting shit with Meek Mill. BUT, on top of it all, some seriously bomb music has released this week, and we’ve taken the liberty, yet again, to set it up in a nice little organized playlist for you of the 8 Music Releases We’re Feeling This Week.

Let us know on Twitter which of these 8 music releases you’ll be jamming to today, which ones we should be jamming to today, or anything music you think should be at the tops of our personal charts.

Justice – “Randy”

FOR THOSE WHO: We’ve made a consecutive that this is literally for everyone in the entire world. No excuses.

mykki blancoMykki

FOR THOSE WHO: like their experimental R&B, hip-hop, and soul with a side dish of melancholy, peppered with hard rhymes, harmonious vocals, and killer features.

The Gaslamp KillerInstrumentalepathy 

FOR THOSE WHO: need a set soundtrack that make them feel like a super hero, ultimate bad ass, or any of the likes as they walk down the street to retrieve this weekend’s groceries.

AlunaGeorgeI Remember

FOR THOSE WHO: realize real eyes. Also for those who want a little dancehall hop in their step.

Kishi BashiSonderlust

FOR THOSE WHO: appreciate the art of sound and need a sonic refresher of nothing but daydream-like synths, and poetic, inspiring falsetto vocals.

Fenech-Soler – “Kaleidoscope” EP

FOR THOSE WHO: who like their pop music with hints of electronica.

Jubilee – “Wine Up” (feat. Hoodcelebrityy)

FOR THOSE WHO: like to get down and dirty to some reggaeton, dancehall, and all sounds that make you feel like you’re in the heat of South Miami.

Schoolboy Q and JAHKOY – “California Heaven”

FOR THOSE WHO: need an ease-in track. Unsure if you should dive head first into some SchoolBoy Q? Let this smooth, downtempo masterpiece sway your mind. Also for those who are about to move California, and need a reminder of why they’re making the jump.