Part-man/part-meme Oliver Tree continues to find common ground between pop rock, rap, and electropop.
Even though Cordae wears some of his contemporary influences on his sleeve, The Lost Boy is a solid and promising debut album.
Ed Sheeran's exploitation of feature culture on No.6 Collaborations Project is second only to DJ Khaled.
Though it succumbs to some trends and has a bit of a loose framework, Lizzo's latest album is still a fantastic fusion of rap and soul music.
For the most part, Rico Nasty's, well, nasty persona is enough to carry this breakthrough album. Just hoping she can show a bit more versatility on future projects.
While the quality of Invasion of Privacy drops off a bit in the second half, it's overall a promising commercial debut for Cardi B.
This latest EP from Chicago R&B singer Ravyn Lenae contains some of her boldest material yet. I'm looking forward to a full-length project!
A quick, raw review of one of Guwop's most cold-blooded projects in a long time.