On his fourth studio album, ‘Pretty Girls Like Trap Music,’ southern rapper 2 Chainz delivers just that – trap music.
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit blends Americana, country, and rock seamlessly on ‘The Nashville Sound.’
British indie-rock band alt-J returns with an intriguing, if flawed third studio album, ‘Relaxer.’ The band’s eclecticism knows no end on ‘Relaxer.’
Alt-pop band Bleachers (Jack Antonoff) returns with an incredibly energetic, intriguing sophomore effort, ‘Gone Now.’
Halsey returns with a conceptual sophomore LP, ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom,’ an enjoyable effort that’s all over the place.
On its seventh album, ‘Last Young Renegade,’ All Time Low embraces a newfound maturity. Although grown up, ‘Renegade’ remains enjoyable.
Lil Yachty drops a bizarre, messy, and polarizing debut album with ‘Teenage Emotions.’
Bryson Tiller returns with his highly-anticipated sophomore album ‘True to Self.’ Ultimately, it’s a mixed bag.
Faith Evans releases a new studio album, ‘The King & I,’ collaborating with her late hubby, The Notorious B.I.G. The effort exceeds expectations.
On his third studio album, bloom, Machine Gun Kelly balances tougher rhymes and kinder, gentler pop-rapping.