There's no doubt DaBaby can flow; it's just unfortunate he spends so much time on KIRK, as he says, "fuckin' around."
Birth of Violence's stripped back presentation, despite its bewitchingly dark vibe, mostly exacerbates the relatively weak songwriting.
House of Sugar is sprinkled with some brilliant and beautiful ideas, but is on the whole marred by an unsatisfying flow, dodgy songwriting, and faint lead vocals.
Post Malone loses focus on his sophomore album.
Sleater-Kinney tries new things throughout The Center Won't Hold and, more often than not, they don't pan out.
Immunity is at its best when Clairo manages to find power in simplicity and subtlety, which happens only some of the time.
Case Study 01 sounds much less polished and labored over than Freudian—perhaps in an attempt to catch lightning in a bottle—but, more often than not, the results are less than electric.
Bombastic production isn't enough to save Help Us Stranger's often shabby songwriting.