Valee doesn't come through with a single flow worth stealing on his latest EP.
Still lacking a distinct voice as a singer and lyricist, Teyana Taylor is frequently outshined by her collaborators on K.T.S.E.
On most tracks, not even Kanye's excellent production is enough to save Nasir from Nas himself.
KIDS SEE GHOSTS finds both Kanye West and Kid Cudi in top form as they host a psychedelic odyssey through the darkest and brightest corners of their psyches.
Ye paints a vivid picture of Kanye's current state of self and, for as brief as it is, succeeds as an intimate exploration of family and mental health.
Anthony makes a remarkably timely return to the final version of Kanye West's experimental opus, The Life of Pablo.
Atlanta's own Metro Boomin crafts some of his best production yet for this new collaboration with Big Sean, but the Detroit resident fails to deliver.
Kanye West attempts to sell disjointed and incomplete as a concept on his latest album.