5x5 for the last month.
There's some dope shit in there, I'd recommend pretty much all of them (except for Cole), but I'll say a bit on some of the ones you're might not be as familiar with.
Divas and Demons - Remi - Top right
Probably the best current, popular Aussie hip-hop group right now. Remi is alright as an MC but the real star are the beats. Also, Remi's Australian accent actually sounds alright when he raps!!
Don't Smoke Rock - Smoke DZA and Pete Rock - Second row, fourth across
Don't sleep on this one. Never been a huge fan of DZA but he really stepped up his game on this one. Rock, as always, is great. He does a good job of modernizing his classic boom-bap sound.
Liquid Spirit - Gregory Porter - Right in the middle
Really nice, typical vocal jazz. If you like that sort of stuff, you can't go wrong with this album. He also has a great voice, so that helps.
151a - Kishi Bashi - Fourth row, first on the left
He makes indie pop, but he's also this classically trained violinist, so he weaves all these lovely string arrangements into his songs. Really interesting project.
SBTRKT - SBTRKT - Just after Kishi Bashi
Electronic album, put together in a similar way to 99.9%. This is sort of where the British singer Sampha got his start, so you might know it because of that.
Pieces of a Man - Gil Scott-Heron - Bottom right
You've probably know of him as the guy who helped to invent rapping or maybe as the guy on Who Will Survive in America. Anyway, you should really check out this album. It's sort of soul, with some singing and some spoken-word shit. Really cool.