Luke Morgan Britton

Baby Keem – ‘The Melodic Blue’ review: Kendrick’s protege forges his own path on exhilarating debut

Rising star shows his versatility and wide-ranging sound on confident, mostly self-produced project

Divorce, Drake disses and problematic features: 10 talking points from Kanye West’s ‘DONDA’

Now the dust has settled, let's sift through this 27-track mess to pick out its defining characteristics

Kanye West’s much-delayed 10th album ‘DONDA’: the story so far

Chaotic releases are nothing new from Ye, but his one has been wilder than most

Tyler, the Creator – ‘Call Me If You Get Lost’ review: a love letter to the genre that made him

The iconoclast confronts cancel culture, his own controversial past and the notion of personal growth

DJ Khaled – ‘Khaled Khaled’ review: another one from the best schmoozer in the biz

If you swapped numbers with Khaled at an after-party and aren't on this album, you should feel offended

Drake – ‘Scary Hours 2’ EP review: title defender sounds ready to challenge himself again

Three-track release shows that Drizzy's heading in the right direction after a bumpy few years

JPEGMAFIA – ‘EP2!’ review: abrasive rapper tries out a softer sound

The artist's second release in a few months continues the journey he began with 2019's ‘All My Heroes Are Cornballs’

Miss Grit – ‘Impostor’ EP review: New Yorker’s reflective collection brims with confidence

Early praise left Margaret Sohn wrestling with imposter syndrome, but her second EP is an assured artistic leap forward

Lil Baby: “It’s not about the fame game – I’m more about real life”

Rap’s reluctant superstar, whose ‘My Turn’ was America’s most-streamed album of 2020, reflects on a headfuck of a year, collabing with Kanye and his passion for activism
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