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Popcast (Deluxe): Our Favorite Albums of the Year So Far

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This week’s episode of Popcast (Deluxe), the weekly culture roundup show on YouTube hosted by Jon Caramanica and Joe Coscarelli, includes segments on their favorite albums of 2023 so far:

  • 100 gecs, “10,000 gecs” — the pounding second album from the everything-core duo

  • Skrillex, “Quest for Fire”/“Don’t Get Too Close” — a comeback pair of albums from the big-tent dubstep pioneer

  • Young Nudy, “Gumbo” — a collection of slinky and slurry rhymes from the Atlanta rap underdog

  • Peso Pluma, “Génesis” — the new album from the breakout star of the new wave of corridos tumbados

  • Veeze, “Ganger” — a new album of off-kilter rhymes from one of Detroit’s rising rap stars

  • Asake, “Work of Art” — the second studio album from one of the most inventive and emotive Nigerian singers

  • J Hus, “Beautiful and Brutal Yard” — the third studio album from one of England’s most inventive rappers

  • Ice Spice, “Like..?” — the debut EP from the Bronx rapper specializing in crossover drill

  • Bb trickz, “Trickstar” — a new EP from Spain’s answer to Ice Spice

  • Bailey Zimmerman, “Religiously. The Album.” — the debut album from the brightest new star in mainstream country music

  • Bar Italia, “Tracey Demin” — the third album from the British alternative rock band

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