Immediate reaction to Lil Nas X’s highly anticipated debut album
“If you say that we riding then damnit we riding”
A 65 minute epic that instantly joins the leagues of ‘Miseducation’, ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’ and co. to become an instant classic
Kanye West’s bloated tenth album, much like the man behind it, is chaotic, endlessly controversial and, fleets between moments of genuine genius and predictability.
A monumental effort that finds the perfect balance between braggadocio and introspection, as Dave delivers the dispatches from the political frontlines.
‘Call Me If You Get Lost’ sees Tyler largely return to his wheelhouse; returning to old tricks but performing them better and more effortlessly than ever
‘Tyron’ is unlikely to gain the same acclaim and hold the same legacy as it’s predecessor, but it still contains stunning moments that are great and shocking in equal measure
‘Circles’ simultaneously leaves listeners wanting more, while also offering as good a send-off as Miller could hope for
As Logic leaves the music industry, he can take comfort in the fact that his final album is easily his best
While Juice WRLD may not still be alive, his music lives on, and because of that there are a lot of people who are still here, who may not be otherwise