The 18-year-old Bronx rapper is the latest addition to the melodic rap scene.
Wilco pares down their sound to delve deep into heartbreak and insecurity in a sparse acoustic setting.
Emerging from the shadow of his sister Billie Eilish, Finneas O’Connell finds himself within the notes of his new EP Blood Harmony. His raw vulnerability and reflection on love, sorrow, and longing prove he is the next big thing.
Angel Olsen’s latest release, All Mirrors, finds a way to be her most bold and atmospheric body of work, while also being her deepest, most introspective lyrical showcase.
Always on the cutting-edge of pop music, Charli XCX delivered a futuristic yet classic third studio album with her latest release, Charli. With innovative production, tastefully rendered vocals, and stomping synth beats, Charli demands the unceasing attention of pop listeners and rightfully earns their admiration along the way.
Charlotte rapper DaBaby has released KIRK, his first project since exploding into the mainstream in March, and he is hell-bent on keeping his win streak alive.
Lana Del Rey delivers a captivating album built on the foundations of her older work but with new, transformative sounds and themes.
With her sixth studio album, Lover, Taylor Swift follows through on her written promise of “a celebration of love, in all its complexity, coziness, and chaos.” It’s also the best she’s been in years.
Bon Iver predicts an early autumn with the release of their fourth installment, i,i.
Departing from the lo-fi production of her earlier tracks, Clairo reflects on her past and its influence on her present on her debut full-length album, Immunity.
YBN Cordae attempts to defy expectations and carve out a path for his rap career with his soulful debut, The Lost Boy.
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke’s long-awaited third solo album is a nightmarish yet beautiful album that contemplates the dreams and anxieties of the modern world.
The human manifestation of the cowboy emoji tries on a few new pairs of boots.
Two years following its release, Lorde’s sophomore album remains a talisman of departing from adolescence, celebrating her own chaotic impulses with as much tenderness as sheer intensity.
Billie Eilish matches heavy bass, dark lyrics, and captivating vocals on her debut album.
The prince of emo rap can’t seem to catch a break.
On first listen, Beware of the Dogs can be painful to listen to, but Donnelly understands how effective and impactful her lyrics can be as she forges through the album with bright guitar chords, catchy rhythms, and tongue-in-cheek delivery.
In his debut album, Offset steps out of his comfort zone and gets a little more intimate with his fans.
Hozier’s long-awaited sophomore album Wasteland, Baby! tackles the end of the world with humor, despair, love, and hope.
In his second rendition of the Drip or Drown series, Gunna chooses all of the above.
Smino is back with his sophomore project and continues to make every style he executes look easy.
In her new album Shake the Spirit, Elle King reveals to listeners the trials and tribulations she’s faced in the past year.
In his newly released EP Poison Ivy, Lean contemplates questions about his drug addiction while continuing to maintain his usual style.
Vince Staples returns one year after the release of his critically-acclaimed sophomore album to drop a project paying homage to his biggest fan.
Migos rapper Takeoff has released his solo debut. Will he soar to new heights or descend in flames?
Young the Giant gets vulnerable in their new album focusing on love and self-reflection.