An overtly sexual serenade, liberal in its passion but too conservative in its vulnerability.
With production courtesy of the YSL movement.
All gimmicks aside, Young Thug is finally emerging as a viable artist across the board.
Weekends were made for partying and this album is the Sunday before a holiday.
With the entire world watching, La Flare doesn't deliver the classic many had hoped for but he doesn't disappoint his core, either.
"3 Way EP" serves as a proper eulogy and breath of fresh air.
Fandom often blurs the margins of reality and this three-way celebrity triangle is no exception.
L.A. nights signify the best and tepid of times for the D.C. transplant.
Another breadwinning, bite-sized release for Gates.
At this point in the year, Boosie is just reaffirming his statement at being the best in his lane.
At this point, Trouble Trouble knows the trap like the back of his hand.
One can say we're tough on Drizzy, but when you paint yourself as the king and drop an album with 20 incongruent tracks, you bring it on yourself.
Uzi’s narrative rings hollow at times, but what he lacks in content he makes up for with anthemic choruses and an array of voices laced with youthful exuberance.
It's not everyday a rookie artist exhibits a steadfast handle on carving out great melodies. Then again, there is nothing everyday about Skizzy Mars.
HBK Gang's leader opts to stick to the script; apropos of his current affair with the music.
In the past, some of Young Thug’s best material has come and gone unceremoniously--but this time ceremony has its day.