Billboard's 50 Best Albums of 2017: Critics' Picks. Hip-hop outsider and Odd Future co-founder Tyler, the Creator has spent four albums expressing himself through the guise of various overblown personas, but on his fifth album Flower Boy, it appears that the real deal has finally arrived. With wide-ranging production work that sounds like the culmination of Tyler’s past forays into jazz, funk, and grunge, Flower Boy proves his abilities have officially caught up to his vision. 18. Vince Staples, Big Fish Theory. Vince Staples isn’t one to hold his tongue. A number of the songs are career highlights: "Pills" is satirically catchy encapsulation of the opioid crisis era, "Sugarboy" is a gender-fluid banger that riffs on Donna Summer's "I Feel Love," and "New York" is wounded, tragic tribute to the city that's reminiscent of Lou Reed during his rare sentimental moments.
The Fate of the Furious: The Album. Hip hop, EDM, Latin pop. Atlantic. Irgendwas gegen die Stille. Pop. Vertigo Berlin So Far. Rock. Lee Burridge and Lost Desert. Graff, Gary (March 9, 2017). Barry Manilow Premieres 'New York City Rhythm/On Broadway' From New Album". Retrieved March 10, 2017. "Bee Gees' 'Timeless: The All-Time Greatest Hits' Coming 4/21". Retrieved April 5, 2017. Retrieved May 18, 2017. "Un nouvel album pour Nana Kitade!". Japan FM (in French). Retrieved June 10, 2017. Monroe, Jazz; Minsker, Evan (March 8, 2017).
The best power-pop band of the last 20 years has always specialized in making knotty ideas and rich abstractions churn with the hummable buzz of bubblegum gold. New Pornographers’ latest is steeped in the hypnotic headrush repetition of the Feelies and Seventies Krautrock, heavy on drum throb, Sensurround synth swirls and micro-managed glowing-fractal harmony elation – like Steve Reich co-producing an ELO record in 1979, or a vision of early New Wave if MTV had beamed forth from some collectivist art cooperative in the Canadian wilds. The year’s best electronic album is a dizzying, disorienting, delirious clatter of hyperreal, synthetic sounds.
These are the best of the best. From Fever Ray to Kendrick to King Krule, the album as an art form took on new resonance this year. These are the best of the best. Graphic by Martine Ehrhart. On her first two EPs, the New York City-based producer flirts with hip-hop cadences and pounding club house beats. And she raps in a combination of whisper and spoken word, positioning her voice as both intimate and distant.
What are the best albums of 2017? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Riding on city buses for a hobby is sad". Belle & Sebastian.
The Independent’s Album of the Year: Loyle Carner, Yesterday’s Gone. We’ll tell you what’s true. You can form your own view. We get a perfect balance between the influences he draws on from the best of US hip hop and the power of his own, distinctly south London voice. Family is at the heart of everything, from the charming conversation between him and his mother, where he allows her to call him a shmoo ; the song Florence, where he imagines life with a baby sister; to the closing title track, which features recordings by his late, beloved step-father.
The album evokes a topographic quality inherent in the best heavy, expansive, riff-driven rock music, that sense that you’re soaring over landscapes so awe-inspiring you can only gasp. 18 Vince Staples – Big Fish Theory (Def Jam). Inspired by Detroit techno, Vince Staples’ Big Fish Theory is acerbic and dissonant and it makes you want to move. Unlike Staples’ breakout Summertime ’06, Big Fish Theory is not nearly as focused on lyrics, instead breeding a sense of urgency based on kinetic production and repeating aquarian themes. 2017 has been exhausting, and it’s only going to get worse. Thankfully, Nothing Feels Natural has been there every step of the way.
|2||–Sergej Ćetković||Nek Te Ljubav Dočeka|
|3||–Lexington Band||Ja Te Srećom Častim|
|6||–Dragana Mirković||Od Milion Jedan|
|8||–Mite Stoilkov||Samo Ona|
|11||–Lexington Band||Navučen Na Tvoje Usne|
|15||–Zorica Brunclik, Dženan Lončarević||Da Mogu Da Te Vratim|
|17||–Sestre Gobović Feat. Duvački Orkestar Dejana Ilića*||Svoja Sam|
|18||–Dragana Mirković||Zašto Me Tražiš|
|19||–Nataša Bekvalac||Lave Moj|
|20||–Nikolija Jovanović||101 Propušten Poziv|