List below. A brief explanation would be entertaining. I'll start.
1. Yeezus by Kanye West
"It was more of an creative art piece, more than a musical album. His Yeezus Tour was a representation of that. Didn't like it my first play through. Started to love and appreciate what he was trying to do after I read and seen a couple interviews. Not even gonna lie, I'm sort of bias because Kanye's my favorite artist. I don't give a shit. I still loved it. Plus I had my best shroom trips to it."
2. Nothing Was The Same by Drake
"Very solid. Quality production. A more seasoned and mature Drake. Structure and content was better than Take Care. It's Drake Season."
3. Watching Movies With The Sound Off by Mac Miller
"Almost was gonna make this one number one. Mac was the only artist this year that surprised the fuck out of me. Chilling with Earl and Odd Future must have lit a fire under his ass to step it up and he did. Fucking ascended to great lyrical levels. This album was everything during the summer. Mac really progressed nicely from Kool Aid And Frozen Pizza. And that Fly Lo track? Filthy."
4. Wolf by Tyler, The Creator
"He's came a long way. Never liked Tyler until Goblin/Radicals, but I've been down with OF for a while. Mainly because I saw no substance. He knew what he wanted to say but not how to word it. This album exerted just that. He was SO personable to me on this shit. Everything was grade A and that's why I respect his genius. IFHY was a beautifully directed video. Treehome, Answer, Slater, Bimmer were some of my favorites as well."
5. Because The Internet by Childish Gambino
"This album did it for me into liking Childish. Beautifully done. Not all tracks I like, but Urn, Telegraph, Shadows, Worst Guys, and especially Flight Of The Navigator sealed the deal. This album is pure fucking feels. And when I watch interviews and read the script on why he did it, it makes the creative vision that more respectable."