So Much Fun popped up practically out of nowhere and to everyone’s surprise it’s debatably his best release thus far; and he knows it.
Diaspora, his official sophomore offering, takes those deep cuts to the next level and renders his best work to date; operating as a play in two acts.
With her buzz at a new career-high, the Houston native has elevated her status with the release of her debut album, Fever, a relentless onslaught of ratchet gold material that culminates into a modern day street classic.
While a more focused effort across the board would be appreciated, DaBaby’s time is currently now.
The full-length fully introduces the world into a troubled young man with a brilliant mind whose musings are starkly engaging.
Although the project’s unbridled embrace of such a localized style may limit its mainstream appeal, the LP proves Curry cannot be pigeonholed as an artist.
On IGOR, Tyler showcases a more polished iteration of the hazy pop he’s been perfecting for years.
The LP is a dream come true for all the Hip Hop heads who’ve spent years clamoring for this reunion.
The group effort does serve as an appetizer-inducer for future artists’ projects.
Her wordplay wizardry, intricately woven details and unparalleled lyrical prowess emanate from every song.
As the culture is currently enamored with more rhythmic patterns than the meat on the bone, Freddie Gibbs and Madlib have undoubtedly proved they can compete without compromising their composition standards.