The duo deliver a beautiful, ambitious, and dreamy album that will leave listeners wanting more.
Articles by Wren Graves
The beloved solo artist returns with tales of leaving, longing, and loving her son.
The Migos trapper undermines a strong start to his solo debut with a back half full of filler.
An abundance of skill and joy overcome some dull barbs aimed at modern society.
The pop star overcomes her growing pains to release the most mature record of her young career.
A cautious happiness with a dab of bittersweet rings true on the songwriter’s latest achievement.
The singer’s sophomore album is more of a data dump than a carefully crafted outing.
Dean’s remarkable 2018 included collabs with everyone from Kanye West and Travis Scott to The Carters and Christina Aguilera.
The promising Canadian artist undergoes a major growth spurt as both a singer and songwriter.
All the guest features in the world can’t make rainbows out of this intellectual black hole of a record.
The witty and endearing hip-hop star follows through with a worthy successor to Malibu.
The Radiohead frontman proves that Jonny Greenwood isn’t the only one who knows his way around a score.