The rapper's second album is a musical form of healing.
His latest is a deep dive into "TrapHouseJazz."
A spoken word piece that just so happens to have jazzy, harmonic production underneath.
It's about blending melodies to create soul.
The Swedish duo are back with a new album that feels like an European oldie.
Crutchfield brings it on this project she began in 2016.
The Alabama band travels to new ground without straying too far away from their comfort zone.
The masters don't live up to their legendary work, but that doesn't mean it's all bad.
Combining music and narrative, akin to The Who's "Tommy."
This album is a work of art. It is artistic and experimental and all Nicki.
An appropriate commemoration for the Houson theme park.
A classic case of an album where a band goes back to their roots.
It's everything and more.
Odd English duo's second album is refreshing and bright, rather than weird and self-righteous.
Honesty is beautiful.
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