Part R&B crooner, part millennial rapper, one hundred percent infectious personality.
Articles by Michael Madden
Come gather ’round people, as we sort through the most legendary catalog in history.
The Detroit rapper finds inspiration in Björk and Joy Division and refuses to compromise.
Tom Krell goes for full pop grandeur and reaches some gorgeous heights.
Though the Tampa rock band’s lineup has slimmed, their sound has only gotten even more robust.
Ethan Kath and new vocalist Edith Frances produce a promising reboot.
Drake’s OVO Sound associate and “Work” cowriter produces sweeping, epic R&B.
R&B vocalist continues the superstar run that Late Nights: The Album inaugurated.
Compton rapper delivers another album of riveting, pertinent paranoia.
Sprawling, maximalist street epic sounds like nothing else.
The once unstoppable rapper takes a backseat to more fiery up-and-comers.
Sophomore LP lacks the front-to-back playability of the producer’s debut, but reinforces strengths.