If you "love the Drake", this is your music release week in the FOXLight.  Rhianna, Nicki Minaj and Li'l Wayne join Drake on his sophomore album Take Care...

Hot comedian and co-star on NBC's Community Donald Glover cultivates a rap career under the excellent name Childish Gambino, and Camp is his latest...

Gym Class Heroes drop a sequel to their 2005 debut, The Papercut Chronicles II...

Andrea Bocelli leads an eclectic triple shot of Live sets with Concerto: One Night in Central Park...Inni features Sigur Ros' 2008 concert at London's Alexandra Palace...and Slash recruited Alter Bridge's Myles Kennedy to sing on solo, Velvet Revolver and Guns N' Roses tracks on Made in Stoke 24/7/11...

David Nail follows up his Grammy® and CMA® nominated debut with The Sound of a Million Dreams...

Christian Pop-ers Newsboys return with the provocatively titled God's Not Dead...

Classic soul diva Betty Wright links up with tight funk unit The Roots on Betty Wright: The Movie...

Pegi Young, wife of Neil, takes her band The Survivors into the studio for album number three, Bracing For Impact...

And feeling the holiday spirit: Glee: The Music - The Christmas Album, Vol. 2, which includes two original songs...This Warm December: A Brushfire Holiday, Vol. 2 has another round of laid back holiday vibes from labelmates Jack Johnson, Matt Costa and G. Love...and Songs of December is the latest Christmas album from Paul Anka.

And on the Reissue Front...

The Who's other classic rock opera Quadrophenia returns in a Director's Cut: Super Deluxe Edition, with two discs of unreleased demos, a DVD of surround sound remixes and a 7" vinyl single, plus a hardcover book and assorted memorabilia.  A pared-down 2 disc Deluxe Edition and a vinyl set round out the reissue choices...

R.E.M. end their career with Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage: 1982-2011, a 2 CD retrospective featuring 3 new tracks representing their final studio sessions...

Singular Genius: The Complete ABC Singles collects all 53 A- and B-sides Ray Charles released between 1960 and 1972, from "Sticks and Stones" through "America The Beautiful" on 5 remastered CDs...

The recording career of Frank Sinatra is usually divided into two main golden eras: The Capitol Years and The Reprise YearsSinatra: Best of the Best seeks to represent the cream of both on one jam-packed CD, with an almost even split from "I've Got the World on a String" through "New York, New York"...

More Hits By The Supremes is their third effort to receive Expanded Edition treatment, featuring the entire album in Mono and Stereo, plus their rare Coca-Cola radio spots in Stereo, unreleased interviews and live sets and alternate versions scattered across two remastered discs...

And Phantom of the Opera: 25th Anniversary Box Set is a limited 4 CD/1 DVD affair featuring the complete original score of Phantom and its 2010 sequel Love Never Dies, plus a 160-page hardcover book.

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In New York...I'm Rob Maurer, FOX News Talk!