The music press's love affair with Kendrick Lamar continues.
Pitchfork Media is the latest to heap praise on K.Dot, giving him three of the first 21 slots in their Top 100 Tracks Of 2015.
That would be 'Alight' at number 1, 'King Kunta' at #4, and 'The Blacker The Berry' at #21.
Hip Hop fared well in Pitchfork's list overall. Drake's 'Hotline Bling' was # 2, Young Thug's 'Constantly Hating' was #6, and Vince Stapes had two songs 'Lift Me Up' (10) and 'Norf Norf' (19) in the top 20.
Other highly rated Hip Hop tracks include Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiment's 'Sunday Candy' at # 16, Fetty Wap's 'Trap Queen' at #20, Drake's 'Know Yourself' at #22, and Future's 'March Madness' at #23.
Here are Pitchfork's top 20 tracks of 2015: 20. Fetty Wap 'Trap Queen'. 19. Vince Staples 'Norf Norf' 18. Jamie XX 'Gosh' 17. Grimes 'REALiTi' 16. Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiment's 'Sunday Candy' 15. Adele 'Hello' 14. Miguel 'Coffee' 13. Rihanna 'Bitch Better Have My Money' 12. The Weeknd. 'I Can't Feel My Face.' 11. Sufjan Stevens 'Should Have Known Better' 10. Vince Staples 'Lift Me Up' 9. Courtney Barnett 'Depreston' 8. D'Angelo 'Really Love' 7. Grimes 'Flesh Without Blood' 6. Young Thug featuring Birdman 'Constantly Hating' 5. Tame Impala 'Let It Happen' 4. Kendrick Lamar 'King Kunta' 3. Jammie XX ft. Young Thug and Popcaan 'I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times)' 2. Drake 'Hotline Bling' 1. Kendrick Lamar 'Alright'
Check out the entire top 100 here.