From an uncle who turned from a DJ to a producer From Waffles’ club-filled Amapiano to singer-songwriter Hailey Whitters’ Central American storytelling, some of 2022’s best music may be hiding under some listeners’ radar.Even some great albums by veterans, including Willie Nelson’s scathing album beautiful time And the unexpected strength of Ozzy Osbourne patient number 9it is possible that many listeners could not be connected.
A new episode of Rolling Stone Music Now delves into last year’s lesser-known music from our list of the best country, Americana, and metal albums, and for the first time this year. The best Afro-pop songs. (For the full episode, listen on Apple Podcasts or Spotify, or hit the play button above.) Mankaprr Conteh, Kory Grow, and Joseph Hudak join the discussion with moderator Brian Hiatt .
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