Jack Harlow - Jackman.
best thing he could've released without taking a massive risk. huge improvement, back to being a very respectable rapper
Neck Deep - All Distortions Are Intentional
sonically good, just strange and a bit boring lyrically/conceptually
Steve Lacy - Gemini Rights
i like this one, nice.
Kanye West - ye
one of my favourite kanye records, its emotional impact may be overestimated because of my personal connection to it but i think it's great.
Drake -  Honestly, Nevermind
jimmy cooks is an 85 that brings this 3 to near a 4 overall
Landon Tewers - Frontal Lobe Submission
first two songs are close to 10's and the rest is a consistent 6-7. decent.
AHHHHH,, yes.
Shpongle - Tales of the Inexpressible
on acid this is a 10, without its an 8, so it's a 9.
Black Country, New Road - Ants From Up There
just as epic and beautiful as it is emotionally devastating whilst containing a glimpse of optimism, one of the best this year.

edit: 95-100
this is truly something special, incredibly impactful, can't stop coming back to be emotionally destroyed and subsequently uplifted by its beauty.

Quadeca - I Didn't Mean To Haunt You
gets better with every listen, much like the singles did for me. has several of my top ten songs of the year in an 11 song album. every artistic decision that i questioned on first listen make more sense and are more appreciated with every listen, in my top 3 albums of this year easily, might even be aoty for me.
Kendrick Lamar - Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers
Sonically incredible look into the mind, trauma, growth and past of Kendrick
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