Sweetener is no longer Ariana Grande's strongest album.
Beyoncé pulls out all the stops on HOMECOMING, a live album of epic proportions.
It's a shame that the popularity and promotion behind Billie Eilish has poisoned the well a bit, as When We All Fall Asleep is actually an artful, well-crafted, and unique pop album.
Though Grey Area isn't the most cutting-edge rap album out there, there's not a spot on it where Little Simz falters even slightly.
Though it succumbs to some trends and has a bit of a loose framework, Lizzo's latest album is still a fantastic fusion of rap and soul music.
Even after 25 years, Matmos is creating some of the most fun and inventive electronic music you'll hear in your life.
Despite some structural shortcomings, Guns is a great work of politically-charged jazz rap.
A Quiet Farwell is an inventive and consistently stimulating collage of underground hip hop and various strands of abstract music.
On his debut album, slowthai proves himself to be an exciting new voice in the UK hip hop landscape.
The Comet Is Coming is doing its part to bring jazz into the next decade.
IGOR is easily one of the best breakup albums of the decade.
Weyes Blood comes through with an immaculately produced and performed baroque pop album in Titanic Rising.