A shining example of artistic growth mined by personal troubles and emotionally resonating themes.
Positivity for a positive deficient world.
Or should we say "flexicution?"
The West Coast Renaissance continues.
The follow-up to last year's "By The Way" makes good on its fan retention goals.
Remember the days when studio debuts would result in lifetime achievement classic material? Just checking to see if you did.
On his latest offering, the Illinois rapper continues to refine his songwriting while toeing the line between rap and R&B.
The beats are banging but without lyrics, it can be hard to cling dear.
The Norwegian producer paints an alluring abstract on his debut alongside some notable superstars.
Thoughtful musings and stellar production make up for the EP’s lack of enthusiasm
Although it may fall somewhere in the middle of the pack of her storied catalog, the Queen of Hip Hop Soul still remains supreme with her thirteenth studio album.
The former full-time gangbanger puts his still developing talents on display and avoids the sophomore slump.
The potential is there. The execution isn’t.
Seizing the opportunity for commercial accessibility while staying true to himself, Kung Fu Kenny has channeled the ability to create songs that epitomize single powerful words.
The album bedazzles with swag but not much else.
Who's says there's no hope for today's Hip Hop youngsters?
The latest in the "Collabos" series will appease his core fanbase but fails conceptually.
While his delivery is strong and reliable, it's not as dynamic as one would hope.
A bit of an overly eager return to rap after escaping a nearly tragic 2016 prison sentence but there are bangers nonetheless.
It's the fearlessness to tell it like it is that makes for compelling Hip Hop.