The RX is Uproxx Music’s stamp of approval for the best albums, songs, and music stories throughout the year. Inclusion in this category is the highest distinction we can bestow, and signals the most important music being released throughout the year. The RX is the music you need, right now.

They.’s ‘The Amanda Tape’ Eloquently Displays The Vulnerability Attached With A Final Request For Love
Ty Dolla Sign Claims His Title As The Game’s Most Multifaceted Act On ‘Featuring Ty Dolla Sign’
Dej Loaf’s ‘Sell Sole II’ Is The Album She Always Wanted To Make
Blackstarkids Are Ready To Take Charge On ‘Whatever, Man’
Kevin Morby’s ‘Sundowner’ Offers A Hopeful Prayer For A Divided America
On ‘The L.I.B.R.A.,’ T.I. Celebrates His Run While Passing The Torch
Bruce Springsteen Embraces His Own Myth On ‘Letter To You’
‘Cuttin’ Grass — Vol. 1′ Is Sturgill Simpson’s Most Delightful LP Yet
Benny The Butcher’s Masterful ‘Burden Of Proof’ Is Griselda’s First Bid For Mainstream Acclaim
Beabadoobee’s Debut Album Is An Epic Film Score For Growing Up
Reason Resets Listeners’ Expectations With The Nuanced ‘New Beginnings’
Bryson Tiller’s ‘Anniversary’ Lays The Groundwork For A Return To Stardom
Wild Pink Breaks Down One Of Our Favorite Album Of 2021 (So Far)
21 Savage And Metro Boomin’s ‘Savage Mode II’ Surpasses Its Predecessor
Blackpink’s Campy, Club-Ready Debut Is Stuffed With Hip-Hop Beats, K-Pop Hooks, And Plenty Of Swagger
Action Bronson’s ‘Only For Dolphins’ Grants A Long-Awaited, Chef’s Kiss Moment To His Catalog
Spillage Village’s Folksy ‘Spilligion’ Offers Hope For A Hopeless World
Bartees Strange Is 2020’s Breakout Indie Star