I’m not afraid to say I was wrong about sis, but I won’t be sleeping on Cardi anymore.
We’ve been patiently waiting for Pusha T’s King Push album for some years now.
It’s a beautiful ode to Bowie and the perfect end to a record that will make you glad the Starman convinced Murphy to make another record.
With a new album from one of the great American bands of our time, things are good.
English artist Jorja Smith has about 10 songs to her name and yet she’s one of the most intriguing young artists in music right now.
Key! is the rapper that perhaps best embodies the “New Atlanta” era of minimalism and weirdness.
808 Mafia represent this changing landscape of hip-hop, where producers are slowly becoming as important to a project as the rappers themselves.
Young Thug continues to be the best.
With less than a third of the year left, Smino’s debut still surfaces in album of the year conversations and rightfully so.
Take the emo-influenced chorus of “XO TOUR Lif3” which could be taken right out of any pop punk band’s songwriting.