If substance consumption is a topic that sparks your excitement, then Miami rapper Lil Pump’s sophomore album serves as the ultimate dissertation.
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.
What separates Chloé Soldevila and the gang from other practitioners of cheery and trippy psychedelic pop is their ability to lock into a groove and keep the party going.
The U.K.’s 25-year old Simbi Ajikawo is one of the region’s most pioneering rappers.
Weezer surprise-released The Teal Album, a project featuring 10 incredibly safe covers of songs that have already been re-imagined to death throughout the years.
DIY synth-pop in this town isn’t exactly a rarity, but one song and a soaring sax outro into Restless, it becomes pretty apparent Felix Mongeon is diving head-first into the kitschy subgenre with greater sincerity than most.
The debut solo LP by Suuns singer Ben Shemie is distinctly different from the more raucous strides of his band.
A striking mix of pop numbers, slow jams and areas in between, reflecting another side of a music personality we thought we knew through and through.
For his fifth full-length project in the past five years, singer-producer Chaz Bundick ventures deeper into the world of synth-pop.
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.