DJ Khaled returns with the most star-studded album of his career with ‘Grateful.’ At nearly 90 minutes, it’s jam-packed with hits.
Alternative R&B artist SZA returns with an intriguing, major label debut, ‘Ctrl.’
On his fourth studio album, ‘Pretty Girls Like Trap Music,’ southern rapper 2 Chainz delivers just that – trap music.
Wale delivers his most commercial album to date with ‘Shine.’ Unfortunately, ‘Shine’ won’t go down as a classic by the D.C. rapper.
On the 14 songs that grace this playlist, numbers serve as a central part of the song and song title.
Ed Sheeran remains the one to beat on the Billboard Hot 100 as “Shape of You” spends its ninth week at no. 1. Drake sees multiple songs debut from ‘More Life.’
Migos do a sound job of sharing their ‘Culture’ with the world. ‘Culture’ is chocked full of hard-hitting, rhythmically-driven bangers.
The Weeknd returns to no. 1 on the Billboard 200 with ‘Starboy’ during a slow sales week. The Moana Soundtrack trails Starboy at no. 2.
★★★★ Alternative, Left-field rapper Kid Cudi returns to form with an ambitious new album, Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’. At one time, Kid Cudi was “kind of a big deal.” In 2009, he captivated the world with odd-ball album, Man on the Moon: The End of Day. The album was driven by surprise, left-field hit,…