The late soul songstress still sings with a fire and force impossible to ignore.
The British-French singer has evolved as an artist, and Rest is a flawed but worthy statement.
The blockbuster star’s sixth studio album is a bloated disaster, but maybe that’s the point?
A slowly blossoming artist leaving buzzworthy virality in favor of something more substantial.
The Norwegian rapper’s storytelling chops have finally matured to match his showmanship.
It’s so rare that four white dudes selling 18 million units knew the limits of their powers.
Offset and Savage are out to confirm their top-tog status with the help of Metro Boomin.
The post-hardcore heroes’ long-awaited return isn’t a Quicksand record, and that’s okay.
The band maintain their ferocity while reaping the benefits of newfound self-control.
The singer’s sophomore album soars highest when he stretches outside his comfort zone.
Daring in its ambition, even when its experiments falter.
Karin Dreijer pushes herself to new limits, and it feels entirely individualistic.