Game and Diddy's Albums Pushed Back
The forecast for a couple summer releases is looking a bit hazy. Interscope labelmates Game and Diddy have bumped the release dates for their albums.
Game’s R.E.D. Album moves back two weeks from its original June 15 date, staging-rapup.kinsta.cloud has learned. The disc, featuring the singles “Shake,” “It Must Be Me,” and the Justin Timberlake collaboration “Ain’t No Doubt About It,” will now arrive on June 29. It had been scheduled to go up against Drake’s Thank Me Later.
Diddy-Dirty Money’s Last Train to Paris will pull into the station a week later than expected on June 29, the same day as Game. The music mogul clears the way for his labelmate Eminem, whose Recovery album shared the original June 22 date. The trio’s T.I.-assisted single “Hello Good Morning” slides 64-82 in its fifth week on the Billboard Hot 100.
Other June 29 releases include Rick Ross’ Teflon Don and M.I.A.’s third album. Click here for an updated release schedule.