Fall is almost here, which means it's time to prepare for the biggest hip-hop albums to drop. We may not know the exact dates of projects from Kanye West, French Montana and Action Bronson, but it looks like they'll arrive before the year is over. While we wait for those, September has its fair share of solid releases from some of hip-hop and R&B's finest.

Jeezy's long-awaited 'Seen It All: The Autobiography' makes its debut at the top of the month, featuring a criminally slept-on Jay Z collaboration on the title track. And if you've been dying to purchase DJ Mustard's '10 Summers' instead of streaming it for free, you can do so on Sept. 12.

There's plenty of other important hip-hop releases, too. Raekwon's delayed 'Fly International Luxurious Art' will also drop after a stream of his weekly Throwback Thursdays releases. It didn't look like DOOM and Bishop Nehru's project would see the light of day thanks to the former's notoriety for delays, but 'NehruvianDOOM' is expected to hit retail as well.

R&B also has some delayed heat coming up. Jhene Aiko's 'Souled Out,' Chris Brown's 'X,' Jennifer Hudson's 'JHUD' and Ne-Yo's 'Non-Fiction' are on the way.

Check out the September new music releases below.

  • Def Jam
    Def Jam

    September 2

  • Jhene Aiko
    Jhene Aiko

    September 9

    Jhene Aiko, 'Souled Out'
    Lecrae, 'Anomaly'
    Michelle Williams, 'Journey to Freedom'
    Meek Mill, 'Dreams Worth More Than Money'
    Rittz, 'Next to Nothing'

  • Roc Nation
    Roc Nation

    September 12

  • RCA Records
    RCA Records

    September 16

  • Soundcloud

    September 23

    Jennifer Hudson, 'JHUD'
    Bishop Nehru, 'NehruvianDOOM'
    Luke James, 'Luke James'

  • Moses Robinson, Getty Images
    Moses Robinson, Getty Images

    September 30

    Joey Bada$$, ‘B4.Da.$$’
    Boyz II Men, ‘Collide’
    Ne-Yo, ‘Non-Fiction’
    Fashawn, ‘The Ecology’