After A Seat at the Table, Solange solidifies her queendom by merging contemporary art with African-American urban culture, Southern tropes with contemporary sonic experiments.
The U.K.’s 25-year old Simbi Ajikawo is one of the region’s most pioneering rappers.
Richly layered production of flute flutters, melodic piano structures, strings, deep bass and trap snares are paired with features from Rosalía, André 3000, Travis Scott, Moses Sumney and Metro Boomin.
Previously known for her electro-pop/dance project as Wynter Gordon, Diana Gordon returns to R&B, releasing Pure, the first EP under her own name.
Devonté Hynes’s fourth studio album explores eclectic sounds, his depression and, in his words, “many types of black depression.”
The band’s fourth studio album is her cathartic release from her darker, romantically gothic (if common) youthful transgressions.
The Walsall songstress debuts more of her polished contemporary vocals on her debut LP.
We spoke to Alexis Krauss, one half of the Brooklyn-based band, ahead of their Montreal show this weekend.
Utopia floats in on a cloud, with flutes, cosmic bird chirps and airy melodies.
A futuristic sound with experimental beats that push the boundaries of R&B.