Ed Sheeran's exploitation of feature culture on No.6 Collaborations Project is second only to DJ Khaled.
Freddie and Madlib continue to bring out the best in each other on Bandana.
Hiding Places is Billy Woods' most personally cutting project so far.
A Long Red Hot Los Angeles Summer Night contains quite a bit of Blu and Oh No's best work to date.
Czarface Meets Ghostface finds everyone besides 7L punching below their weight.
Malibu Ken is pure fun for total weirdos.
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.
Two of trap's biggest auto-crooners team up for a mixed bag of wavy, melodic bangers.