Nine will have you crying "nein" the whole way through.
On 7, Lil Nas X shows some admirable versatility while leaving plenty of room for growth.
IGOR is easily one of the best breakup albums of the decade.
While more eclectic and adventurous than its predecessor, When I Get Home is let down by some stiff instrumentals and Solange's inexpressive singing.
Tyler, the Creator leaves an awkward and weakly assembled Christmas EP under the tree.
Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2 features more dynamic vocal performances and a more diverse instrumental palette than its predecessor, but is still let down by shallow songwriting and bland production.
Zoo's songs, with only a couple of exceptions, range from boring to awful and are further weighed down by Russ's crummy mindset.
Pretty much all the awkward kinks in The Internet's previous albums evaporate on Hive Mind.