Every week Apple adds tons of new media content on iTunes — music, books, movies and more. It's impossible to keep up with all of it, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! This week we've got new music from an up-and-coming hip hop star, a fast-paced action show, and more!
Iggy Azalea - The New Classic (Deluxe Version)
After several years of releasing free "mixtapes" for download, Australian-born hip hop artist Iggy Azalea's debut major labor release was finally released in late April. Her collaboration with English pop star Charli XCX "Fancy" has already made the rounds, partly thanks to a cheeky video homage to the movie "Clueless." But there's a lot of other solid work here, too, like the biographical "Work," "100," a collaboration with Watch the Duck, and more. The deluxe version sports an extra three tracks.
- $11.99 - Download now
24: Live Another Day
Jack Bauer has gone deep underground in the years since "24's" first run ended, but he's once again risking his life to avert another global disaster. The show only recently started its season run, so now's the time to get in on a Season Pass in iTunes.
- $31.99 - Download now
Superman: Red Son (New Edition)
What would have happened if the spaceship carrying baby Jor-El had landed and been raised in the cold war-era Soviet Union instead of the United States? That's the question this alternate history story written by Mark Millar (and originally published in 2003) seeks to answer. This is the digital edition of a trade paperback reprint published by DC in April that comprises the three issues of the original Red Son's run.
- $12.99 - Download now
The Monuments Men
A World War II-era movie inspired by actual events, this tells the story of a group of art experts dispatched by FDR to protect historically important buildings and monuments, and to locate priceless art looted by the Nazis. Featuring George Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray and a cast of other great actors. Available in early release for purchase; rental coming on May 20th.
$17.99 - Download now
It's been hard to escape Frozen, the enormously popular Disney film featuring Anna, Kristoff and reindeer Sven in an epic journey to find Anna's sister Elsa, whose magic powers have cast the kingdom of Arendelle into eternal winter.
- $5.99 - Rent now ($19.99 to buy now)
That's it for this week's picks! What did you find this week that's awesome? Let me know in the comments.
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