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Kid Cudi - Passion, Pain, & Demon Slayin'

Kid Cudi is back! Fresh out of rehab, and a brand new album. with sounds similar to his Man On The Moon, & deep, dark lyrics that can only sound pleasant with Cudi's melodies, "Passion, Pain, & Demon Slayin" is a brilliant masterpiece. With collaborations with Travis Scott, who seemingly works very well with Cudi, as well as Willow Smith, Andre 3000 (credited as Andre Benjamin) & Pharrell Williams, this is a project that will influence music again for years to come.

J Cole - 4 Your Eyez Only

J. Cole has done it again. No features, sleek production, pure storytelling genius. This is an instant classic, whether you see it from the rumored perspective of him telling stories of his friend, and then speaking to him, or just telling stories of the streets, this is the most influential artist next to Kendrick Lamar of our generation, as well as the most lyrical.

Post Malone - Stoney

I gotta admit, after Post Malone's breakthrough single "White Iverson" went viral, I thought he was just going to be another mumble rap artist in this day in age's over run mumble rap generation in hip hop. but after his single "Go Flex" came out, I thought he had the potential to be a star. In Post Malone's debut album "Stoney" he shows incredible versatility, and blends almost what sounds to be Western Folk music into hip hop seamlessly. This guy is a very unique artist, & I look forward to seeing where he grows from this project.

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