"Calling 'Some Rap Songs' a challenging album would be an understatement."
As a man of many skills, the Pro Era artist is his own life raft on his sophomore solo album.
Metro Boomin is moving on his time, and it’s far from being up.
On ‘Hood Favorite,’ Critch mainly focuses on setting trends over chasing hits.
'Pieces of a Man' encourages listeners to lose themselves within Mick Jenkins' thoughts, but tests how much of his mind they're interested in unraveling.
'MihTy' is a collection of safe songs that are too formulaic to be interesting.
After an extended wait, 'mō'zā-ik' feels even more like a special occasion.
'WRLD ON DRUGS' provides a high, just not as high as the creators claim to be.
'Drip Harder' is the 'Bad Boys' of 2018, with Lil Baby and Gunna operating on pure charisma and style like trap's answer to Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.
The boyband's RCA Records debut is both the shock of the present and the demand of a future.
'DROGAS WAVE' is typically complex for Lupe, and it's peppered with definitive greatness.
On her highly anticipated 'Telefone' follow-up, Noname's joy is inextinguishable.
6LACK's sophomore album is a late-night blockbuster.