With their self-titled debut, The Highwomen prove themselves to be a versatile country supergroup with a unique perspective.
On 7, Lil Nas X shows some admirable versatility while leaving plenty of room for growth.
For My Crimes goes for a more stripped-back sound than its predecessor, and is just about as captivating.
John Prine's age and experience work to his benefit on his first album of new songs in over a decade.
Kacey Musgraves softens and buries everything country about her music on the bland Golden Hour.
A buffet of shit: Justin Timberlake's new album is most likely the most horrendous cross-section of contemporary sounds you're going to hear this year.
Though a few missteps keep Ruins from being First Aid Kit's best album, it's still packed with well-written, well-performed, and well-produced folk pop songs.
Chris Stapleton drops a second album of quality contemporary country in 2017.