Meek Mill's celebratory new album ends up being a mixed bag of mostly generic pop rap.
Soap&Skin's first album in six years is sadly marred by awkward additional instrumentation and songwriting that's lackluster compared to her previous work.
Despite its occasional lyrical missteps and production that's maybe a little too standard for Black Thought, this second Streams of Thought EP is nearly as solid as the first.
Skins is one of the year's least gratifying albums, but out of everyone involved in its creation, X is probably the least at blame.
Despite being Ski Mask the Slump God's debut commercial album, Stokeley is about as brief and inconsistent as the mixtapes leading up to it.
A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships is bolder in theme and aesthetic than The 1975's previous albums, but not all of the band's risks pan out.
Some Rap Songs is Earl Sweatshirt's most emotionally intense and artistically defined project yet.
Kai Whiston's debut album introduces him as one of the most promising up-and-comers in the blooming deconstructed club genre.