LMK (What’s Really Good Remix) reclaims the female empowerment that we’ve all been longing for.
Amber Mark lets her newfound bravery unfold, creating a pleasant experience for both Amber the listener to indulge in.
Sara King, known for her music covers on YouTube, has just released her very first single, “Dreamz,” that is unsurprisingly dreamy and magical.
As LOOΠΔ continues to solidify themselves as K-Pop’s most talented acts in the fast-paced and saturated industry, they continue to distinguish themselves amid the competition.
Kali Uchis’ Isolation stands out amongst other debut albums with its poetic lyrics, ethereal melodies, and outstanding production.
My Dear Melancholy, gives us a piece of what The Weekend once was, going back into the mystery man synonymous with Abel Tesfaye and uncovers the pop-facade that he has been hiding under.
Crush is the R&B romance-filled work of soulful singer Ravyn Lenae and executive producer Steve Lacy that confronts the feelings around intimate relationships.
After Björk’s inviting breakup record, Vulnicura, she returns with her “tinder” record, Utopia, where she starts anew, departed from depression and inspired and optimistic.
Kelela’s debut, Take Me Apart, puts her at the front of developing a new sound of R&B.
“Soft Sounds from Another Planet” is, indie pop artist, Japanese Breakfast’s exquisitely dark and vulnerable recent work.
“Flower Boy,” marketed as “Scum Fuck Flower Boy,” is Tyler, The Creator’s fourth studio album and it’s more than any of us could’ve expected.