1.6 on Pitchfork
Donald Glover's first album, "Camp", is great in its own right. While it doesn't hold up against his other two albums as much ("Because the Internet" and "Awaken, My Love!"), I still love it. While his voice on this album isn't really that good, and you may not love it, but his story telling and wordplay are great. Although he may talk a bit much about his race and how he didn't and still doesn't really fit in anywhere, I still enjoy it. As always, his production is phenomenal, and there's at least one song that everyone will enjoy. Also, this has one of the best album closers I have ever heard.
My favorite songs include "Bonfire", "All the Shine", "L.E.S." (for some reason it's "Les" on iTunes), "Kids", and "That Power".