Feels like a bummer.
Amidst the brooding sonics, the Catcus Jack artist's voice shines bright.
What a debut!
This is not the antidote for social distancing.
Despite not breaking any molds or producing any larger-than-life singles, the Cloverland Mayor keeps the same energy he’s had in recent years.
Another bland trap rap affair.
A glorious implosion that’s impossible to turn away from.
The Grill Master delivers an average drug-induced slab ride.
Not for nothing, the album cover is garbage too.
The rising rap superstar still has a way to go.
A concise slice of top-shelf, soulful R&B.
The Detroit-based rapper unhinged vibes manage to be cohesive enough for some enjoyable moments.
Is it a classic?
Above all else, this album was closure for Kiss.
From Detroit with love.
The Hot Girl is bold yet redundant for a lukewarm outing.
Lou Will can’t lose.
Though he's a long way away from his glory days, Fetty Wop puts forth a fair effort.
The LP feels more like a sampler of the up and coming artists on the T.R.U. label than it does a fully-fledged standalone album.