Though our culture of fast distraction seems hell-bent on crushing the album beneath its endless scroll, the form remains a pillar of art, something to aspire to. In music, when you want to make a statement, you make an album. And right now, those statements are perhaps more varied and fluid than ever before. Here are the 50 best albums of Listen to selections from this list on our Spotify playlist and our Apple Music playlist. Yaeji contains multitudes. She recites hypnotizing lyrics about the most mundane observations, switching effortlessly between English and Korean to take advantage of the melodic structures of each language. And she raps in a combination of whisper and spoken word, positioning her voice as both intimate and distant.
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If albums had something of a soft landing on the pop landscape in , then songs more than picked up the headline-grabbing slack. The Man and Sam Hunt did so domestically. And even with all this, it was still a year where the very best singles might not have been the very biggest. Lady Gaga, "The Cure". Following her rootsy, personal Joanne LP, "The Cure" comes across like Gaga's concession to radio's now waning love affair with trop-pop. Even so, the track is unmistakable Stefani Germanotta, from the smoky coo on the verses hello, jazz chanteuse Gaga to the full-throated, mountain-top-tickling bellow that announces the chorus.
The year has proven itself to be a transitional one for music. While big names like Drake, Jay-Z, and Kendrick Lamar dominated once again, many of the he best albums of have come from breakout artists or mid-tier acts. This has been a year defined by new voices, new sounds, and statement records. Here are the 's best. Any album that can make Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins cool with millennials is obviously doing something right. Thundercat's unironic approach to music is endearing at a time when everything is done with a smirk. His oddball lyrics are authentic, sometimes adorable, occasionally hilariously absurd, but the words hardly matter when they're sung over such mind-boggling musicianship. While the band's return stylistically retains the lush, bongo-obsessed production, funky bass lines, and chorus of hyper-specific influences of their past records, LCD Soundsystem avoids the emotional climaxes of "All My Friends" and the drops of "You Wanted a Hit. That might not be as fun for some, and it might not be the best stuff for LCD Soundsystem-themed dance parties. But for others—people like James Murphy—it might be a total blast, something to nerd-out on through top-of-the-line studio headphones.