A harmonious mix of peace, positivity and pretty slick rhymes on the Cali duo's overdue debut
Very few rappers —scratch that — very few artists can do the backstroke in the brain fluid of their own chemical imbalance. Danny Phelps delivers once again for those listeners brave off enough to dive off the deep end.
Cash in on knowledge of self.
All things considered, the project is pretty good for a rush job but would obviously fare better with more calculation.
Team Chinx did what they could but this release won't make the slain Coke Boy legendary by any means.
Even by allegedly taking it “back to the basics” with a mixtape, Kid Ink can’t help but make the same hit seeking music over and over.
Ten years later, the Emperor can still look back at his soundtrack with admiration and awe.
As a father, husband, brother and Black man living in America, Clifford Harris is using his well-earned platform to open everyone's eyes. Stay woke.
Preaching positivity, one glass of water at a time.
With this Gnarls Barkley style release, Fudge aims to be something greater than the sum of Michael Christmas and Prefuse 73.
The We The Best’s rapper/singer/producer cleverly displays his artistic ambidexterity despite a small sense of unoriginality.
An overtly sexual serenade, liberal in its passion but too conservative in its vulnerability.
La Flame’s sophomore project goes off without a hitch and proves to be one of the best trap soundscapes this year.
No sophomore slump here.
And the Anonymous Nobody is a formidable, albeit dissonant, batch of tunes. Just like all their albums.
All gimmicks aside, Young Thug is finally emerging as a viable artist across the board.
The story of a rap career turned disastrous.
The gruff-voiced free crack supplier continues his streak as the most lyrically proficient of the Drill explosion regardless of his overly repetitive themes of paranoia.
Intentionally humdrum yet somewhat satisfying.
Boys have a ton of emotions.
By pulling back on the "haaaaaan"s and putting a little more time into crafting better songs, French does a modest job at keeping listeners invested.