On early songs like 2016’s “Sad,” Kodie Shane proved that she had an ear for light and wistful melodies that has continued to develop. “Love & Drugz II” pushes her bubblegum tendencies to haunting extremes, while the hyperactive drive of “Sing to Her” and the sweet aggressiveness of “Flex On Me” demonstrate Shane’s ability to craft efficient records that revel in their simplicity. The Atlanta artist is in the process become one of the best—if most overlooked—voices on the border of pop and rap.