Check out our look at the week’s hottest new music!

Sean P, “How Sean Price Stole Christmas”

Duck Down’s Sean P—fresh off the release of his latest album, Mic Tyson—added his own spin on Dr. Seuss’s classic, How the Grinch Stole Christmas. P’s version, “How Sean Price Stole Christmas,” has an animated video to match. If you know anything about Sean Price, then you can guess the level of anti-Christmas goonery about to ensue. Even if you don’t know anything about Sean Price but are up to your neck with jingly Christmas cheer, then get into it.

Watch it here.

T.I.  Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head

T.I. is seemingly doing much better after a rough past few years (i.e., narrowly escaping life in prison and then getting released from jail only to go right back in). However, his past isn’t one easily forgotten… hence the Marvin Gaye-inspired title of his latest album, Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head. Tip enlisted collaborators like Pink for the very poppy “Guns and Roses,” which is about a struggling relationship; Akon for the hook on “Wonderful Life” (T.I.’s reworking of Elton John’s “Your Song”); Cee Lo Green for “Hello”; and R. Kelly, who sums up the album by singing, “Could you learn to love a troubled man?” on the hook to “Can You Learn.” There’s also Meek Mill, A$AP Rocky and more, who balance out the R&B slacked over the tracks ad nauseam. Overall T.I., still laid-back and reflective, did a good job.

Available where music is sold.

Glee: The Music — The Christmas Album Vol. 3

It’s contradictory to post a Glee Christmas album shortly after a Sean P. version of the Grinch, but whatever. Gleeks at heart can appreciate volume three of the Christmas music belted out by show favorites. Indulge in classic Christmas tunes like “White Christmas,” “Jingle Bell Rock,” “Feliz Navidad” and more, glee club style.

Available where music is sold.

Ziggy Marley — Ziggy Marley in Concert

Ziggy Marley and his band are known for putting together dynamic live shows. So it shouldn’t be surprising that he’s releasing yet another live album. The digital deluxe version is available online today, while the physical copy is slated for a January 15 release. Expect classic tunes like “Beach in Hawaii,” “Higher Vibrations,” “ Is This Love?” and more.

The digital version is available now.