Ed Sheeran's exploitation of feature culture on No.6 Collaborations Project is second only to DJ Khaled.
Case Study 01 sounds much less polished and labored over than Freudian—perhaps in an attempt to catch lightning in a bottle—but, more often than not, the results are less than electric.
Clarity is a likable pop album that is carried by Kim Petras' singing chops, though I'm hoping to hear her develop a bolder and more distinct sound going forward.
Despite having similar shortcomings, Revenge of the Dreamers III is arguably the most promising posse album to have dropped in the past year or so.
Comedian and actor Eric André's very own musical side-project serves up a wild, sample-based ride into the demented side of plunderphonics on Cease & Desist. Not only that, but this record also serves as a giant middle finger to the limitations modern copyright law places on artistic expression within the auditory realm. Equal parts absurd and revolutionary: This is Blarf.
Bombastic production isn't enough to save Help Us Stranger's often shabby songwriting.
Pi'erre Bourne continues to dilute his sound with this latest solo effort.
I think Jaden heard Astroworld.