While far from a perfect effort, Mr. HNDRXX showcases why he's currently your favorite rapper's favorite trapper.
An open, honest effort for the underground.
The only things all the way up on this album are Remy’s bars and a handful of beats.
Who knows what the "Classic Man" could have cooked up had this dropped in a timely manner.
The short jam from the Inglewood-based singer/songwriter/producer is further proof Top Dawg Entertainment made the right choice in adding him to the camp.
The singles are mighty but not everything is "Bad and Boujee."
"Dark Sky Paradise" was no fluke. Sean Don is in the zone.
Artists are often told to follow their hearts and this one bared it all for the world to see.
Chachi continues running in place, but that may not be a bad thing for him.
Dealers don't often give out handouts but Guwop comes through with an exception for 2017's first official traphouse soundtrack.
When being cool just isn’t enough.
...but apparently not his integrity.
The youngster shows unfulfilled promise on new EP.
HipHopDX's "We Working" Artist of the Year brought gifts you can enjoy well after the holiday season.
Big Brother Cudder is getting back to his past glory with this lengthy but therapeutic offering.
This fourth studio album go-around is an uphill battle, as Dom Kennedy settles for underachievement to the dismay of Team Light Skin.
A release so mediocre, it’s impossible to look past the ghostwriting allegations that continue to haunt his name.
The "Sisterhood of Hip Hop" star struggles with duality on her biggest release to date.
Full of strange mishaps that are almost to be expected considering Yasiin Bey’s past few erratic years, “December 99th” begs the question: Does anyone need to be this #woke?
Rap’s grinches set out to steal Christmas and ran off with a few new gifts.