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.

Jazmine Sullivan’s ‘Heaux Tales’ Fights Social Norms While Flaunting Sexual Liberation
Kid Cudi’s ‘Man On The Moon III’ Is A Gracious Gift To His Fans
Jack Harlow’s Debut ‘That’s What They All Say’ Demonstrates Developing Potential
Taylor Swift Reinvented Herself With ‘Folklore’ And Now ‘Evermore’
Miley Cyrus Made A Great Rock Album, But Will People Accept It?
Savannah Re’s ‘Opia’ Preaches Self-Awareness And Manifesting The Best Within The Realm Of Love
Megan Thee Stallion’s Boisterous ‘Good News’ Is A Carefree Club Album With Rotten Timing
Dorian Electra’s ‘My Agenda’ Takes A Deep Dive Into The Darkest Corners Of The Internet
Jim-E Stack Is The Main Attraction On His Star-Studded New Album, ‘Ephemera’
On Her Slow-Burning Sixth Album ‘Positions,’ Ariana Grande Is Explicitly In Love
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