Album Reviews

Kali Uchis – ‘Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios) ∞’ review: a divine, boundary busting second album

On her second album – and first Spanish release – the Colombian-American star reinforces the fact pop doesn't have to be in English to be worth your time

2 Chainz – ‘So Help Me God!’ review: countless killer punchlines, but not quite a K-O

The rapper sounds, as ever, like he's having a blast here – though he loses steam midway through

The Cribs – ‘Night Network’ review: indie heroes return with their best album in a decade

The Wakefield brothers have emerged through times reinvigorated and back at their strongest

The HeavyTrackerz – ‘TRKRZ FM’ review: a concentrated capsule of Black British excellence

The London duo veer away from their grime roots to take the temperature of UK rap

Marika Hackman – ‘Covers’ review: soothing familiarity with the excitement of the new

A lockdown exercise offers intimate and inventive new takes on some familiar favourites

Paris Jackson – ‘Wilted’ review: enthralling, inconsistent and, at times, excellent

Just as Taylor Swift enlisted indie heroes for 'Folklore', the pop progeny roped in Manchester Orchestra for her debut

Pa Salieu – ‘Send Them To Coventry’ review: debut mixtape confirms rapper as UK’s next star

The Coventry-based artist celebrates a breakout year with an accomplished collection of tales of life from the West Midlands

Baby Queen – ‘Medicine’ EP review: sparkling tales from fresh voice in British pop

Infectious hooks and satirical tales brilliantly clash on the debut EP from one of pop's hottest new prospects

Davido – ‘A Better Time’ review: joyous party anthems to soundtrack a brighter future

Less than a year after global smash ‘A Good Time’, the Afrobeats star offers more escapism

Benee – ‘Hey u x’ review: New Zealand’s alt-pop hero trades loneliness for party-starting spirit

Grimes, Lily Allen and Flo Milli all star on this eclectic collection where Benee's biggest strength is just being herself
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