This ambitious follow-up album does more to highlight the artist’s weaknesses than strengths
Articles by Tommy Monroe
Insubstantial lyrics, dreary hooks, and directionless melodies leave Pump wishing he had stayed in school.
All the Futures convene to reveal more than ever about the multifaceted mumble rapper.
The rapper’s tragic life makes his art hit home even harder than normal.
A deeply personal conversation full of jaw-dropping beats and refreshing lines that ends too soon.
The eclectic rapper continues to effortlessly blend genres while showing he’s comfortable singing as well as rapping.
The North Long Beach rapper brilliantly extends gangsta summer well into the fall.
The Chicago rapper returns to spread wisdom over a blend of mellow sounds.
The dream duo fail to find their flow together throughout most of their mixtape.
The more-is-more approach exposes the Migos trap star’s weaknesses.
The Georgia duo deliver on their first full-length collaboration together.
Weezy gets on a lyrical and rhythmic roll for the majority of the bulky album’s 23 tracks.