The new single from George Lewis Jr., a.k.a. Twin Shadow, is pure power ballad mimicry. You might dig it if, you know, you’re into that sorta thing.
Illinois rapper Lil Herb seems to be the hotly anticipated lyrical messiah to come out of the currently hot Chicago drill scene.
While I wish Broken Ankles was longer, in five tracks, Girl Talk and Freeway create more compelling material than some of the more buzzed-about mixtapes that have dropped thus far this year.
CunninLynguists pack their latest project with one track after another of quality features.
While scatterbrained and underwhelming at times, Todd’s debut record here has some top-notch dance jams on it with a vintage flair.
It pains me to say it, but I don’t care for this new SZA record at all. Not just because some of the tunes are unmemorable, but her own vocal guests just step all over her and these songs.
New York hip hop outfit Ratking is back with a new record and original sound that takes a modern approach to recreating the urban jungle they come from.