Clarity is a likable pop album that is carried by Kim Petras' singing chops, though I'm hoping to hear her develop a bolder and more distinct sound going forward.
Beyoncé pulls out all the stops on HOMECOMING, a live album of epic proportions.
10 years on from its initial release, Drake's breakthrough mixtape remains a mixed bag, albeit a somewhat groundbreaking one.
Sweetener is no longer Ariana Grande's strongest album.
Sweetener may be a Top 40 album through and through, but it's somewhat elevated by some quality production and Ariana Grande's consistently strong vocal performances.
Nicki Minaj still has her energy, technical ability, and sharp lyricism going for her, but too often on Queen these are drowned out by generic production and horrid features.
Still lacking a distinct voice as a singer and lyricist, Teyana Taylor is frequently outshined by her collaborators on K.T.S.E.