And yes, it's very weird.
The only blurred line on the album is the Mason-Dixon.
Still one of the realest out.
Dreamville's First Lady shows a lot of promise as a contemporary musical child of neo-soul.
Holiday flexes his muscle on the mic.
A step in the right direction to separate herself from rap's current Doll circus.
Rapid fire raps spread across a long-winded track list.
It's as much an introduction to Carter (and his production) on a larger scale as it is a reaffirmation of Flip's legacy
Solid but no cigar.
The Philadelphia native gets creative on his sophomore effort so improvement is imminent.
You won't find any commercial fare here, but as you navigate this digestible gem, you won't miss it.
A step backward from last year's "Nasty.
America's boyfriend chronicles another complicated chapter.
Rarely is it pretty, but it’s always compelling.
St. Louis, stand up.
The modern icon's Coachella performance is a galvanizing force of nature.
Whether you're here for it or not.
SoundCloud rap is getting more refined.
He probably won’t go Platinum, but he’s impressive with no rapping features.