New Releases: Jennifer Lopez, Snoop Dogg, Sum 41, Kelly Osbourne, Busta Rhymes, System Of A Down & More

In the unlikely event that you've missed the Jennifer Lopez media blitz of the past few weeks, you might be interested in knowing that she's got a new album out this week. This is Me ...Then covers the ground we've come to expect from J. Lo — danceable songs about the Bronx, love, and her being the same girl she's always been.

Snoop Dogg, on the other hand, has changed some over the years. On his latest album, he tells how he Paid Tha Cost to Be Da Boss.

Does This Look Infected? the follow-up to Sum 41's All Killer No Filler, trades in the bubblegum skate punk for more serious, though still rousing, songs from the boys.

As promised by drummer ?uestlove, the Roots' fifth studio album Phrenology is the Philadelphia hip-hop group's shortest, fastest, most aggressive record to date.

Coinciding with the Osbournes season premiere, firecracker Kelly unveils her debut album, Shut Up, while Busta Rhymes and System of a Down roll out It Ain't Safe No More and Steal This Album, respectively.

Finally, the "Paid in Full" soundtrack, featuring Cam'ron, Jay-Z and Beanie Sigel, shares shelf space with the previously hard to find Twoism EP by the Boards of Canada and a new release by Tupac Shakur, proving that even in his posthumous career, he's seen Better Dayz than his competition.

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