Featuring a bevy of singer-songwriters, several ascendent stars, and the return of a few all-time great acts, the first quarter of 2017 did not disappoint with its Best Albums.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds can’t breathe life (heh) into a rote genre exercise and Alien clone that will probably still make its money back.
Julia Ducournau’s audacious feature length debut stuns, blending vampiric hedonism, junkie freak outs, the struggles of being a genius in a room full of slackers, and freshman year hazing into a impeccably shot parable to self-control.
Anchored by strong performances across a variety of ages, the Best Films of 2016 were, frequently, markers of reconciliation with the eternal truths of familial connection.
Tyler covers the best of the best, his Top 15 songs of the year, featuring Frank Ocean, T-Rextasy, P.O.S., Beyonce and more.
The cream of the crop. Top of the Pops. Tyler reveals his Albums of the Year, featuring an ascendent, joyous rapper, and a bunch’a emo bands.
Tyler makes the final turn toward the end, covering those records that just barely missed the Top 10 Albums of the Year, featuring Radiohead and others.
Tyler worms his was toward his Top 10 songs of the year, covering songs 50-16, featuring Joey Purp, The Avalanches, Kanye West and Ariana Grande.
Tyler enters the top half of his 2016 Albums of the Year list, focusing on ascendant stars like Pkew Pkew Pkew, Kweku Collins, Gordi and Lydia Loveless.
Tyler continues his Albums of the Year 2016 countdown with appearances by another Knowles, Against Me!, and a pair of reunited, legendary hip-hop groups.