The Colombian-American singer proves to be a one-of-a-kind powerhouse with all sorts of range.
The Bronx rapper fills her debut with inevitable summer smashes.
Emerging Chicago rapper reflects on both grief and hope on his breakthrough sophomore album.
The R&B singer can’t recapture his early magic on his latest batch of songs.
A bracing set of experiments that should only encourage future weirdness.
Despite muddied production, PRhyme 2 acts as a worthy olive branch to the next generation of hip-hop.
The modern guitar master shakes things up with more funky freak-outs.
Each song is thoughtful, well-formed, and a delightful experience on its own.
A so-so attempt to honor the band’s legacy while simultaneously pointing towards a new beginning.
The New York-based trio have all the ingredients to achieve something spectacular.
An occasionally thrilling record that’s more often either overdone or underworked.
This Brooklyn four-piece is nowhere near finished when it comes to its musical evolution.