LISTEN: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Celebrate Father's Day With 'Stay At Home Dad'

To mark Father's Day, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis have re-released their 2010 track, "Stay At Home Dad," which was initially produced for their Vs EP. The cut pays tribute to the dads who stay home taking care of the kids while their other half brings home the bacon. In true Macklemore fashion, the song pushes back against stereotypes of gender roles, something of a hot topic recently as new data shows females are increasingly becoming the breadwinner of their household.

LISTEN: The Civil Wars' 'The One That Got Away'; New Album Due Aug. 6

It's official. The Civil Wars will return with their self-titled album on Aug. 6. After making clear last month that they intended to release another album this summer, the duo on Tuesday made official the release date. But they didn't do so empty-handed. Following days of teasing, the pair comprised of Joy Williams and John Paul White unveiled a new track titled "The One That Got Away."

LISTEN: J. Cole's 'Crooked Smile' Featuring TLC

Yes, it's early in the week. But it's going to be hard this week to top J. Cole's new cut, "Crooked Smile," featuring TLC. Yes, TLC. The track, which dropped on Tuesday, is the perfect dose of '90s R&B meshed with fresh verses by the rising prince.

On the track, TLC's T-Boz and Chilli proclaim: "You're the one that was tryna keep me way down/ But like the sun know you know I found my way back round."

It's gold. Listen below. Born Sinner arrives—in case you've forgotten—on June 18.

LISTEN: Portugal. The Man's 'Modern Jesus' + 'Evil Friends' Album Stream

Portugal. The Man is ready to return, and the Portland-based band is looking to make quite the impression. Their new record, Evil Friends, produced by the one and only Danger Mouse (Jack White, The Black Keys, Norah Jones). Not only does the producer (aka Brian Burton) have a notably golden touch, but the band is offering some of their best material since their 2005 inception.

LISTEN: J. Cole's 'Niggaz Know'

J. Cole on Friday unleashed another new track ahead of his forthcoming album, Born Sinner. The new cut, "Niggaz Know," certainly acknowledges how far he's come since his 2011 debut album, but the track still sounds raw and somewhat like a confessional.