Nathan Fielder’s fourth season is as awkward and brilliant as ever.
The British singer spends his new album in the depths of despair.
The trap-rap pioneer’s 11th studio album is yet another successful endeavor for the genre’s most prolific workhorse.
The superstar’s sixth studio album is a failed reinvention.
The Seattle rapper’s Ryan Lewis-less solo project lacks presence and purpose.
The show’s fourth season is funny, but also the darkest yet.
The comic and “mediocre improviser” is coming to Washington, D.C., on Sunday.
The New York rapper’s solo studio debut is a lyrical odyssey that stays within the five boroughs.
The third installment of the Blue Chips trilogy is as full of zany punchlines and allusions as the first two.
The rapper’s studio debut is his most ambitious work yet, but unfortunately, it’s far from his most well-rounded.