There is plenty of new music this week to keep everyone happy, so let’s start talking about some of it!  After nearly a year of worldwide success with the speaker-shattering single “Trap Queen,” New Jersey’s Fetty Wap) finally drops his self-titled debut. While you are poking around in the hip-hop section, check out Big Boi and Phantogram’s new project Big Grams, Casey VeggiesLive & Grow and Paul Wall’sSlab God. If you didn’t know, slab is actually an acronym for “slow, loud, and bangin”  — T-shirts to follow, I’m sure. Oh, there was also that Drake and Future collaboration that nearly broke the Internet when it was dropped hush-hush style earlier this week. That should hold you for a while, right? Disclosure’s sophomore effort Caracal also comes out this week. Philip Sherburne notes, the “album is named for a nocturnal African wildcat with tufted ears; it’s a fitting metaphor for their knack for fusing lean, muscular beats with downy accents. And they make it clear that their cat’s natural terrain is the overlap between infectious club cuts and sultry R&B.” If you like those beats, perhaps you would also like to check out New Order’s Music Complete or Kaskade‘s Automatic, both of which dropped this week. Indie rock lovers might want to check out Jack White’s new project The Dead Weather’s  Dodge and Burn. Justin Farrar encourages fans to “embrace the weird,” while acknowledging that “it’s Alison ‘Baby Ruthless’ Mosshart’s throaty vocals and love of cyborg psych-punk that steer the music.” Sounds interesting, no? Despite a bountiful solo career, Don Henley is best known as the drummer for the country-rock group the Eagles. His latest, Cass County, marks his first solo effort in 15 years and also…wait for it…his first “official” foray into country. The Eagles always had a foot in country, so it’s a natural fit for Henley, and top-notch guest stars, including Miranda Lambert and Dolly Parton, make him sound all the sweeter. Country fans should also check out Clint Black’s On Purpose, which marks his first release in a decade, Ray Scott’s traditional sounding  Roots Sessions, Vol. I and Thomas Rhett(art.53930498)’s modern, R&B-leaning effort Tangled Up. We also have new singles from Sia, and Cee-Lo Green. All this and more is waiting for you with this week’s new releases.