Not All Heroes Wear Capes is a pretty cohesive listen for a producer-guided album, but it's not fire from front to back.
Takeoff's solo debut does virtually nothing to stand out in the current trap rap wave.
Though Curren$y and Freddie Gibbs manage to bring out the best in each other and The Alchemist comes through with some classy production, it's hard not to attribute Fetti's success in part to its brevity.
Rosalía makes a fantastic transition into modern pop aesthetics without sacrificing her flamenco roots.
FM!'s fun concept begs for a longer runtime, but even at 22 minutes the project has plenty to offer with its quality beats, flows, hooks, and lyrics.
Aviary allows patient listeners an opportunity to sink into the depths of pure beauty.
Daughters return with the most effectively terrifying album I've heard all decade.