Welcome to the Monthly Music Wrap, where we\u2019ll be sharing some of the biggest and most exciting music releases of the month. From Hip-Hop, Soul to Rock \u2018N Roll and electronic, we\u2019ll be showcasing some of our favourite taste-making tracks from around the globe, that you may have slept on over the past month.\r\nThe Rolling Stones \u2013 Hate To See You Go\r\nIn case you missed it one of the greatest Rock \u2018N Roll bands of all time The Rolling Stones have returned with some new material. In fact, the release is a cover from the legendary Little Walter and is the first single from their upcoming blues inspired album.\r\n\r\nThe upcoming 12-track album \u2018Blue & Lonesome\u201d from The Rolling Stones features covers from Jimmy Reed, Willie Dixon, Eddie Taylor and Howlin\u2019 Wolf, and features the iconic Eric Clapton. Keep an eye out for this one.\r\n\r\n\r\nMura Masa featuring A$Ap Rocky\u2013 Love$ick (Four Tet Remix)\r\nA few weeks ago, one of the UK\u2019s most eclectic electronic producers Mura Masa teamed up with A$AP Rocky to re-release his original hit \u2018Lovesick\u2019. The dream re-release gets even better with a remix from experimental UK producer Four Tet.\r\n\r\n\r\nBooka Shade \u2013 Body Language (Interpretation)\r\nWell if you\u2019re a house or techno fan, there is no doubt you\u2019ve heard Booka Shade\u2019s iconic track \u2018Body Language\u2019. The German production duo have released a Breakbeat\/House inspired interpretation of the track as part of \u2018Movements 10\u2019, marking 10 years since the release of their monumental \u2018Movements\u2019 album. \u2018Body Language isn\u2019t the only track to look out for, as the 2-Disc set features new edits and remixes from a variety of well known artists.\r\n\r\n\r\nJustice \u2013 Alakazam!\r\nOver the past few months legendary French duo Justice have been trickling out music from their forthcoming album \u2018Woman\u2019. While they have received plenty of love so far for \u2018Safe and Sound\u2019 and \u2018Randy\u2019, it is their new release \u2018Alakazam!\u2019 that we believe will be the closest thing to bridging the gap between their 2007 breakout record \u2018Cross\u2019, 2011 record \u2018Audio Video Disco\u2019 and their anticipated 2016 album \u2018Woman\u2019. While the track is not as hard hitting as \u2018Safe and Sound\u2019, \u2018Alakazam!\u2019 delivers crispy percussion with a cool driving bassline.\r\n\r\n\r\nDrake \u2013 Fake Love\r\nIt\u2019s pretty hard to miss anything coming from the camp of Canadian Rapper Drake. If you haven\u2019t moved on from \u2018Views\u2019 yet, it\u2019s time to catch up after Drake released 3 singles \u2018Fake Love\u2019, \u2018Sneakin\u2019 and the controversial \u2018Two Birds, One Stone\u2019 which takes a jab a Kid Cudi. Packing a bigger punch, \u2018Freakin\u2019 is the standout track in the pack and features the guest talents of breakout Rapper 21 Savage.\r\n\r\n\r\nFortunes. \u2013 501\r\nOkay, these guys might not be recognisable compared to the aforementioned artists, but Fortunes are at the forefront of being Australia\u2019s next big thing with their formula of super smooth electronic R&B. Case in point, the release of \u2018501s\u2019 comes with the announcement that they have signed to Future Classic, the label that proudly holds Flume, Nick Murphy (formerly Chet Faker), TaKu, Flight Facilities and Wave Racer on their roster. We\u2019re expecting exciting things from this promising Melbourne duo.\r\n\r\n\r\nSolange \u2013 Cranes In The Sky (Kaytranda Edit)\r\nAfter releasing her album at the back end of September, it didn\u2019t take long for producers to start editing and remixing Solange\u2019s beautiful new album. Lucky for us, one of those producers was Montreal beat-maker and man of the moment Kaytranada, who serves the utmost justice to Solange\u2019s work of art. This was a match made in heaven.\r\n\r\nKaytrnada goes on to state: "Honestly I was gonna wait to see if Solange or her team or whoever works for her would've ask me to remix so if they still want to I could make it sound better than that version but ohhhhh, what the hell...."\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/soundcloud.com\/kaytranada\/solange-cranes-in-the-sky-kaytranada-dj-edit\r\nKings of Leon \u2013 Around The World\r\nWhenever it\u2019s album time for Kings of Leon, you\u2019d assume that they would always have the pretty tough task of living up to their previous successes \u2013 especially when you have monumental tracks like \u2018Sex On Fire\u2019 and \u2018Lose Somebody\u2019. We\u2019ll give credit where it\u2019s due as the Kings of Leon guys have delivered a totally cool and refreshed sound in their new album \u2018WALLS\u2019.\r\n\r\n\r\nD.R.A.M \u2013 Big Baby DRAM (Album of the Month)\r\nEarlier in the year the world was graced with the unusual and fun Hip-Hop\/Pop crossover track \u2018Broccoli\u2019 from US Rapper\/Singer D.R.A.M. While \u2018Broccoli\u2019 left a few question marks, D.R.A.M\u2019s album fills the gaps with smooth, soulful vocals over a fun production. We have to give an extra special mention to the amazing collaboration with out-of-this-world vocalist Erykah Badu on \u2018WiFi\u2019.\r\n\r\n\r\nMixtape:\r\nTchami \u2013 Essential Mix\r\nFrench Future House phenomenon Tchami has been paving the way for house music over the past couple of years due to his own unique production sound and riveting DJ sets. Known for pushing his sound a little harder than conventional house DJs, the French maestro jumps into the prestigious Essential Mix firing, with edits from Duke Dumont, Claude VonStroke, Shadow Child, Crookers and Jax Jones. With over 2 hours in the hot seat, Tchami\u2019s long awaited Essential Mix debut is fit for your pre-party playlist.\r\n\r\nListen to Tchami\u2019s full mix below or over at the BBC 1 website while it lasts.