For the most part, uknowhatimsayin¿ is an amusingly subversive update on some classic rap formulas.
Ameer Vann's comeback EP is pretty bitter and one-dimensional.
Fever sort of serves as a bold character portrait for Megan Thee Stallion, but more importantly, it's catchy as fuck.
Injury Reserve's debut studio album isn't quite as consistent as the trio's mixtapes, but is nevertheless a cut above most of what you'll find in today's rap field.
Anger Management finds Rico Nasty continuing to be one of the boldest voices in the current rap landscape, but the project's brevity is unfortunately to its detriment.
With sick flows and a versatile delivery, J.I.D's latest effort is one of the rawest and most lyrically refined rap albums of the year.
FM!'s fun concept begs for a longer runtime, but even at 22 minutes the project has plenty to offer with its quality beats, flows, hooks, and lyrics.
Lil Wayne is in rare form on the best parts of his fifth installment of the Carter series, but bogs this album's full potential down in a number of underwhelming cuts too.