Lil Wayne’s Dedication 6 mixtape drops tomorrow and the versatile rapper released two songs from the tape including “Bank Account” remix. Wayne sings in auto-tune and then spits some of his best lines that we have come to expect from him. Check it out below.
I forgot to add Algiers excellent The Underside of Power album to my list of the top albums of 2017. The post-punk band’s second record is a display of controlled chaos and anger with its hypnotic songs. “Cry of the Martyrs” is one of the best tracks from the album with its industrial sound and lead singer Franklin James Fisher’s gospel lyrics. Check it out below.
Human Tetris is a post-punk band from Russia that has returned to the music scene after several years on hiatus. The band came to my attention back in 2011 when I was delving deep into the post-punk genre and I have kept tabs on them ever since.
“Ruins” is a new song from the band that retains their driving guitar riffs and whispery vocals. Check it out below.
2017 was a great year for music especially hip hop as the genre proved to be a true powerhouse on the charts and public eye. Many phenomenal albums were released to critical acclaim and showed many artists further pushing the boundaries of their music and sound. From a singing album from Young Thug to the late night melancholy of King Krule, here are the best albums of 2017.
10. Do Make Say Think: Stubborn Persistent Illusions
9. Wiki: No Mountains in Manhattan
8. Chelsea Wolfe: Hiss Spun
7. Mount Kimbie: Love What Survives
6. Drake: More Life
5. Brand New: Science Fiction
4. Jay-Z: 4:44
3. Young Thug: Beautiful Thugger Girls
2. King Krule: The Ooz
1. Kendrick Lamar- Damn.