Synth funk and alternative R&B aesthetics clash on Toro y Moi's latest album.
Remind Me Tomorrow is a little all over the place in terms of style and pacing, but is nevertheless another solid set of songs from Sharon Van Etten.
Despite being bookended by a few awkward detours, Assume Form contains James Blake's best writing and production since the earlier part of this decade.
While not Future's most cutting-edge release, The WIZRD is packed with great production, sticky hooks, and consistently electrifying vocal performances from Future himself.
The EPs that comprise TDT, while very much listenable, pale in comparison to Big K.R.I.T.'s prior work.
Marquis Hill and his band come through with a vibrant blend of dynamic jazz and conscious hip hop on Modern Flows, Vol. 2.
The full-length debut from Latin trap popularizer Bad Bunny mostly sounds standard even in the context of stateside pop rap.
21 Savage's latest album delivers on its title.