Second Quarter Highlights.
With another three months knocked off the calendar, we wanted to take some time out to highlight a few of
the best our favorite albums of the year, so far.
If you follow 2DBZ, you might’ve noticed we didn’t share a year-end list when 2021 came to an end. That’s our bad! Things got a little hectic in December and we simply let y’all down. Hopefully, breaking things up into quarterly drops will help us help y’all keep up with all the great music that’s being released. Let’s get back into it…
As far as the Top 5, Shake and Mek compared their lists and the following albums – released in April, May, and June – stood above the rest:
- Pusha T, It’s Almost Dry
- Kendrick Lamar, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers
- Vince Staples, Romana Park Broke My Heart
- Westside Boogie, More Black Superheroes
- Ravyn Lenae, Hypnos
That’s not to say there wasn’t anything else that dropped that isn’t worth listening to. Quite the opposite! On top of the above, we’ve also been jamming to Dreamville and DJ Drama‘s D-Day mixtape, billy woods‘ Aethiopes, Boldy James and Real Bad Man‘s Killing Nothing, Future‘s I Never Liked You, Quelle Chris‘ Deathfame, 42 Dugg and EST Gee‘s Last Ones Left, Chris Brown‘s Breezy, Jayson Cash‘s Read the Room, and a few others.
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Disagree? That’s fine.. this is just our opinion, after all. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments, though. Good music deserves to be heard.