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This week, we’re turning the spotlight on rare recordings from Bob Dylan, a new album of love songs from Seal, the latest from metalcore act Ghost Town, humble rhymes from rapper Pell and a new electric sound from Mexican singer-songwriter Carla Morrison. Hop over to Rdio New Releases in order to hear the full albums from these artists and the ones you’ll read about in the Playlist Notes below.
Ellie Goulding - Delirium (Deluxe)
The UK singer-songwriter challenges herself to reach new heights of pop on her third album.
Hedley - Hello
The sixth album from BC’s multiplatinum selling act combines classic pop rock with trying new styles.
Sam Smith - In The Lonely Hour (Drowning Shadows Edition)
The UK singer releases a new version of his 2014 debut plus bonus tracks with new guests like Mary J. Blige and John Legend.
Andrew Combs - Rdio Sessions
The Nashville singer-songwriter merges classic country and contemporary pop in an exclusive live set.
Tim McGraw - Damn Country Music (Deluxe Edition)
The country star duets with his daughter Gracie and collaborates with Big & Rich on his 14th album.
Old Dominion - Meat and Candy
This month's Nashville Rising artist is composed of powerhouse country songwriters that have united for a balance of light and hearty songs on their debut album.
Grimes - Art Angels
The electropop star’s fourth album finds Claire Boucher playing newly-learned instruments like guitar, drums, violin and ukelele.
Sara Bareilles - What's Inside: Songs From Waitress
The fifth album from the singer-songwriter is an original score for the musical version of 2007 film Waitress.
Little Mix - Get Weird (Deluxe)
The UK girl group’s third album features dance pop hits like “Black Magic” and guest stars Jason Derulo.