The Ohio rapper’s new album, Neon Shark, is a pop-punk gem.
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Carti’s willingness to disappear runs counter to the egotist individualism that has characterized rap since its inception.
She knows you love to be entertained.
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Big and loud music from Backxwash, Food House, Toriena, and Blackpink.
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Lenker indulges no domestic rural fantasies. Her songs instead teem with danger and magic.
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