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10. Iridescence - Brockhampton
Probably their weakest project they've come out with yet but by no means is this a bad album. Kicks off to a good start with tracks like New Orleans and Thug Life but ultimately gets bogged down with inconsistencies and tracks like Something About Him and Tape, then picks itself up again into a fantastic conclusion with San Marcos.
9. TA13OO - Denzel Curry
Great trap album with a myriad of talented guest artists like JPEGMAFIA and JID. If you're sick of the wannabe Migos artists in the trap game this is a record that bucks that trend.
8. ye - Kanye West
Memery aside, Kanye pretty much owned it this year in spite of his public spazzes. ye might not be MBDTF or Life of Pablo tier but it definitely reminds us that Kanye still has a musical presence that isn't going away any time soon.
7. You Won't Get What You Want - Daughters
6. MGMT - Little Dark Age
Never thought I'd see the day were MGMT made my top 10 let alone a favourite album list. Incredibly solid electro pop album that knows what it needs to be and doesn't try to overexert itself with pretentiousness of their previous records.
5. Joy as an Act of Resistance - Idles
Sonically astounding punk album with tasty riffs, raw vocals and a theme that would make Verb cum in his pants.
4. Veteran - JPEGMAFIA
3. 2012 - 2017 - Against All Logic
Probably one of the greatest house records of the decade. Nicholas Jaar proving once again to be one of the most underrated artists in the genre.
2. Oxnard - Anderson Paak
Anderson Paak dropped one hell of a Soul Rap album this year, with features like Pusha T, Q Tip and Kendrick Lamar accentuating the glossy funk production even further.
1. KIDS SEE GHOSTS - KIDS SEE GHOSTS
Kid Cudi and Kanye flexing us all with probably the greatest musical comeback of the year, somehow managing to gel psychedelia, grunge and pop rap into a short but sweet 22 minute gem of a record.