For the most part, uknowhatimsayin¿ is an amusingly subversive update on some classic rap formulas.
If you have a relatively high threshold for lo-fi recordings, you should find Come in to be one of the year's most creative and impassioned rock albums.
There's no doubt DaBaby can flow; it's just unfortunate he spends so much time on KIRK, as he says, "fuckin' around."
Hobo Johnson displays a rare level of vulnerability amid sharp fusions of hip hop, rock, pop, and more.
Brittany Howard undergoes an eclectic reinvention on Jaime.
Nine will have you crying "nein" the whole way through.
Vivian Girls' first album in almost a decade is their most abrasive yet.