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The Dixie Chicks are back, everyone—and so are Megan Thee Stallion, Jhené Aiko, and more. Read on for what we’re listening to (and watching, and reading) this week.




Haley Bennett stars in this thriller as a housewife living what appears to be a perfect life—but struggling with psychological illness pica and a desire for control. Out March 6, and read our review here. 

On My Block

One of Netflix’s most-binged shows of 2018, a teen dramedy about a group of friends navigating life in South Central L.A., is returning for a third season! All new episodes will drop March 11.


Chilombo by Jhené Aiko

Aiko is following up 2017’s Trip with a fresh new era: her forthcoming album, Chilombo, will introduce the idea of sound healing, with crystal alchemy singing bowls added to each of her 20 tracks. Songs will feature the stylings of H.E.R., Future, and Nas. Out March 6.

Superstar by Caroline Rose


Rose’s fourth full-length album chronicles the artist’s high highs and low lows—and earned a slot as our Spring staff pick. Out March 6, and check out our review soon on BUST.com.

“Gaslighter” by The Dixie Chicks


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The Dixie Chicks have dropped their first song in 14 years, and it was well worth the wait. Listen to “Gaslighter”—and watch the new video—here

Suga by Megan Thee Stallion


Following a series of legal struggles, Megan Thee Stallion fought back—and the result, her 9-track album Suga (featuring collabs with Kehlani and Gunna) will bless us on March 6.


Recollections of My Non-Existence: A Memoir by Rebecca Solnit

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Solnit’s new offering is far from her first book—but it is her first true memoir, addressing everything from her rural childhood to her journey finding her creative voice. Out March 10, and catch our review in the Spring print edition of BUST. 

My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell

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Russell’s highly-anticipated novel navigates power, trauma, and the ideas of agency and consent. Out March 10.

Top photo via YouTube / DixieChicksVEVO

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Lydia Wang is a writer, a Pisces, and one of BUST's digital editors. Find her on Twitter or say hi: lydiaw@bust.com.

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