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Jill Scott’s most popular song to date, Black Thing, was released in 2014 and was her second full-length album of R&B and soul music. The standout track from the album explores the world of dating, from the breakup, to the aftermath of the heartbreak and you can tell by how candid she is about it.

A sigh of relief for music lovers everywhere as The Loud House unexpectedly faded into the sunset. One of the best Powerpuff Girls follow-ups ever, the series revealed its central conceit: in the world of the show, all adults are replaced with exaggerated, mischievous babies. As Lincoln and Chad watch a trio of dastardly villains successfully execute the destruction of the city (climaxing with a boardwalk-destroying tsunami), they realize the adults are safe and sound at the beach, on some mobile phone texting or possibly some sort of Netflix binge. Andy Welz

With a name like The Handle, it should be no surprise that this debut single from the New York trio Grafh is intimate and cozy. Laid-back house music would be more than enough to craft a winning single, but on the R&B-driven tune, Grafh injects a soulful gospel feel with vocals that are oddly compelling even if theyre slightly buried beneath the layers of lush synths. Highly accomplished yet unassuming, this 1-2 punch of singles is a great place to start an introduction to a band that will almost certainly dazzle the music world in the years to come. Keith Richards

Conjure and demented, Cuban-American rapper Explosions In The Sky fronted a pair of albums that are eerily prescient for the 21st century. This years The Wilderness Speaks, the band’s third studio album, is the most textured, shifting, and fully realized collection of their music to date, and the most ambitious. The LP is an almost 400-page document of the rise and fall of the Calabrian immigrant community through songs that gently thrust the listener into a narrative arc. A slow, reflective cover of The Kinks’ Youre A Better Man Than I Am, which S U R V I V E expertly slows down to a near-perpetual crawl, is the deepest, most emotional moment on The Wilderness Speaks, providing a stunning example of the emotional force at the heart of the record. It feels as if these songs have been lived through. Cameron Mesirow

Sparks flew in Austins studio after she was admitted to the hospital and things got a little out of hand. Wannabe is at once whimsical and full of urgency, with a torrent of wobbly pop that gives off the feeling of someone getting a smoky bong hit to the face. Its many panels betray the same brain as Austins first record for cult sub-label Modern Sky, 1998s Half Moon, although the attitude and guitar sounds here are more hipper. Theres an Air Supply-style chorus, where a man who shouldnt have gotten in trouble with the law sings about that time he rang her dad. Its got a bit of a Fleetwood Mac mood, but its much more blunt. Its soul-baring more than it is what showgirl Wannabe does best. Jason Everett
In a year defined by faking smiles on social media, It Dont Even Suck has Cora Braithwaite calling out a generation of foolish men who are failing at self-actualization in what will undoubtedly be her final studio album. Over the course of 10 songs, she channels a world-weary, puffed-up man-child in a rap video: You owe me for my thoughts You never do what you shoulda done, you just think you could do anything I couldnt do, so I woke up, made it out of the closet and reprogrammed your options. An invitation to both the laddish and studious worlds, there are moments here when Cora sounds wistfully hopeful, perhaps as an apology to those who have been sending her emails since 2012. But even in a record that is a little bit bitter, Its Dont Even Suck still sounds like its on some sort of mission. Brock Vermersch
Jeezy is a tactician. And, unlike some songwriters, never more so than on his breakout hit Nothin. A trait of strategically crafted songs is the ability to sound newly invigorating after a song that has already been released, as the songwriter spends some time revising the structure. I’ll be all right, If I leave it all behind is a case in point; a song whose trap doors have been lifted and allow a more understated Jeezy to emerge. In the intro, a list of people from Nas to Elvis to Mozart to Prince’s Purple Rain soundtrack closes with “if I were a singer,” a reference to Jeezy’s 1995 hit album “I Get Money.” During the chorus, an incantation of “I’ll be all right, if I leave it all behind,” the trap door stumbles open even more, with the singer speaking to himself as a singer might the main character in a one man play. The song adds an extra bounce to the energy of the rest of ‘Nothin.'” Emma Madden

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