A sweeping capstone to the superstars’ reconciliation saga that includes Lemonade and 4:44.
Dave 1 and P-Thugg deep-dive into the retro disco funk that made them (and Chic) famous.
Here’s proof that Yeezy can still shine through all the public outbursts and musical misfires.
The Harlem rapper’s latest is loud, frenetic, spastic, and about as vibrant as hip-hop gets.
Smith’s debut proves that she can carry a complete project on her own.
The legendary producer talks about his long history of collecting records and the joy in letting them go.
One of the most engaging and relatable indie rock debuts in a number of years.
On a record all about divorce, Allen finds renewed strength through her vulnerability.
Swedish indie-pop artist opts for synthesizers and trap production on her latest LP.
The controversial artist sets aside the media silliness and restores focus to his artistic vision.
Moments of serene beauty and abject horror make this Daniel Lopatin’s most unsettling album yet.
Coke rap’s poet laureate continues to amaze with age as he rhymes about the hustle and grind.