This week’s batch of new music is sure to trigger all the happiness hormones, from Normani‘s long-awaited Dopamine to fresh releases from Don Toliver, Luke Combs and more.

Arriving with the most lead-up is the Fifth Harmony alum’s debut studio album, a 13-track effort that dropped with much anticipation on Friday (June 14). Led by singles “Wild Side” with Cardi B and “1:59” with Gunna, Dopamine‘s release means that the star is finally in the fray after years of waiting on the sidelines.

Combs and Toliver also have new albums out, as does Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge’s NxWorries. The country superstar dropped his well-timed Fathers and Sons just before Father’s Day weekend, featuring the emotional single “The Man He Sees in Me” as well as heartfelt tributes to his father Chester and sons Tex and Beau. Toliver unleashed his new set just days after performing at the 2024 Governor’s Ball, with 16 tracks divided into four distinct parts making up the inventive Hardstone Psycho, while the aforementioned hip-hop superduo released its first full-length project since 2016 in the form of Why Lawd?

Plus, this week saw the arrival of new singles from Tommy Richman — whose “Devil Is a Lie” follows up the singer-rapper’s Billboard Hot 100 No. 2 smash “Million Dollar Baby” — and Pharrell. The latter dropped “Double Life,” his latest and most cinematic contribution to the Despicable Me soundtrack universe.

From Normani to Richman, Combs to Toliver, this week has several new releases competing for your attention. Tell us which one is your favorite by voting in the poll below.

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