Posts By Karas Lamb

Santigold: I Don’t Want: The Gold Fire Sessions

The singer’s latest mixtape is soulful, summery, and without borders. Thanks in part to the production of Mixpak’s Dre Skull, Santigold commits to a careful interpolation of the dancehall sound.

Big Freedia: 3rd Ward Bounce EP

The bounce queen’s latest EP marks her return to the unctuous, mechanized mother tongue of New Orleans.

Rejjie Snow: Dear Annie

This Irish rapper's debut suggests great potential, even if he's limited for now by the obvious influence of N.E.R.D and Tyler, the Creator.

Mick Jenkins: Or More; the Anxious

Chicago rapper Mick Jenkins’ new mixtape strikes the balance between hard-nosed spitting and the breezy consciousness of daisy-age-influenced acid rap.

Nai Palm: Needle Paw

On her solo debut, Nai Palm abandons her band Hiatus Kaiyote’s expansive future-soul aesthetic in favor of acoustic intimacy; it is, above all, a testament to the power of the voice.

BOSCO: b.

Brittany Bosco’s latest project elevates smooth R&B and Afrofuturism from off the streets of Atlanta with an emotional, bop-heavy set of songs.

BOSCO: b.

Brittany Bosco’s latest project elevates smooth R&B and Afrofuturism from off the streets of Atlanta with an emotional, bop-heavy set of songs.

Stas THEE Boss: S’WOMEN

Stas offers a sharp solo debut doused heartbreak, identity, and the familiar production touches of her former futurist rap and R&B duo THEESatisfaction.