The "Funk" may have died but Dizzy Wright still has plenty of other musical genres at his disposal.
When it comes to Statik Selektah and Crooked I, listeners know what they’re going to get. On Statik KXNG, the duo work to find a balance, stumbling – and occasionally striking gold - along the way.
There isn't much to "love" about Future's latest album but a few likes are present.
The select amount of heat on "I'm Up" should motivate Thugger not to look down anytime this year.
Boosie balances introspection with good plain fun on his most multi-faceted album to date.
For the Florida production team’s first full length album, a collection of cutting room floor tracks feels lazy despite a few gems.
Allen's sophomore effort makes satire sound pretty good.
On his studio debut, Mr. IDGT is every bit as personable as advertised on social media.
Meek Mill is finally making the much ballyhooed "Drake beef" interesting.
"MartyrLoserKing" is a protest album for the modern age.
"4-4" isn't the momentum building warm up to "Dreamchasers 4" it should have been.
Adrian Younge molds his finest work to date in "Something About April II."
Little Simz "Age 101: Drop X" accomplishes its mission so succinctly that its own brevity is, ultimately, the project's undoing.
Migos sticks to their recipe of dab references, trap beats and cocky rhymes on their latest mixtape, appeasing longtime fans but doing little to win new listeners.
Consequence tries to put his past behind him on "A Good Comeback Story."
The-Dream's high-concept visual album "Genesis," a Tidal exclusive, is compelling as the music and visuals duel each other for prominence.
Future's "Purple Reign" see's the Atlanta superstar returning to his pre-"Monster" roots.
"Church Clothes 3" continues Lecrae's expansion as an artist.
The Brooklyn emcee continues to be more in-tuned with his inner voice than ever while remaining lyrically sharp.
Anderson .Paak delivers on the hype with "Malibu."
Cozz’s newest mixtape is a step in the right direction, but falls short of anything totally ground-breaking.
PRhyme’s re-release of 2014’s classic delivers everything we love about the original and then some, despite its short additional run time.
"Brighter Daze" is a nearly perfect example of Hip Hop at its purest.
As pop “king” Timbaland trumpets his regality, a celebratory mixtape feels like he’s an emperor parading around on the Internet in new clothes.