Flume's full-length followup to 2016's Skin takes a very welcome turn for the experimental.
Bawskee 2 sounds like something a South Florida rapper would've uploaded to Soundcloud two years ago.
Freddie Gibbs' eponymous mixtape mostly finds the rapper spinning his wheels.
Despite its scant runtime, Beware the Book of Eli is a hilarious and killer tape that continues hinting at the Slump God's full potential.
Princess Nokia's love for the emo scene can't really be doubted, but A Girl Cried Red more often than not borders on unintentional parody.
It's no Watch the Stove.
Despite the bouncy production, good feature spots, and Logic's technical ability, Bobby Tarantino II is just as inconsequential as its predecessor.
6ix9ine brings a ton of aggression and energy to his debut mixtape, but lacks the versatility, charisma, and ear for interesting production to carry an entire project... even one that's just 27 minutes.