Kanye West's control of the cultural zeitgeist made a write-up of June's top album releases impossible prior to his own release, "ye." He got that out of the way on Friday, June 1. Now the rest of the music world can finally get some breathing room for the rest of the month.

West's imprint will remain on the month as he works on more music with his label. There's more to the coming week than GOOD Music, though.

Here are the four albums to look out for this June.

4. 'Kids See Ghosts' - Kanye West & Kid Cudi

Speaking of Kanye West -- he's not even done putting his own name on albums this month.

Kid Cudi and Kanye West have worked together on a number of memorable songs, like "Make Her Say" and "Father Stretch My Hands, Pt. 1" (as referenced in Drake's recent diss track, "Duppy Freestyle"). They've never collaborated on a full record before, though. This will be the true test as to whether or not West is back in his groove or not. [June 8]

3. 'High as Hope' - Florence and the Machine

It's been some time since we've heard from the popular British rock/alternative band. Their last album came out in 2015. One could argue that the "dog days are over" for them, but they could rejuvenate their fans at any given moment. The song "Sky Full of Song" reads like the title of past hit records for other bands.

"Hunger" has a sound all their own, though. [June 29]

2. 'Pray for the Wicked' - Panic! at the Disco

We learned with "Death of a Bachelor" that Brendon Urie can do this on his own. That was arguably the best album in the band's discography. Now he rides solo again in "Pray for the Wicked." The first single from the record, "Say Amen (Saturday Night)," already has all of the zany aspects we've come to love from the band.

Urie's other interests - like Broadway - are beginning to take up space in his musical catalog. At some point, that's probably going to affect the quality of the band. [June 22]

1. 'Scorpion' - Drake

"Scorpion" was already going to be a hot album. "God's Plan" worked to unite the masses, while "Nice for What" questioned the same mentality.

Each came with music videos serving as instant classics. Then, the feud with Pusha T exploded. "Duppy Freestyle" was hot, but Pusha T's response put Drake and his family privacy on blast. As Drake says on his diss track, "Don't push me when I'm in album mode." We'll see if this feud gives Drizzy the extra push needed to turn "Scorpion" into an instant classic. [June TBD]