Production skills are put to the test on this instrumental album, taking listeners through his day on The Odd Tape."
Hav and Alc's latest serves as a satisfying flashback to a breed of New York City rap which fans have been lusting after for years.
At this point in the year, Boosie is just reaffirming his statement at being the best in his lane.
For worse or better, the dead prezidente exemplifies the same perspective that earned him respect from the start.
The Music Man literally takes it back to the old school when boy meets world.
The L.A. native is getting closer to where he wants to be.
A compilation of mixtapes “Breakfast,” “Lunch” and “Dinner,” this feast could have done without the side dishes.
The Compton ambassadors are all about the musicianship.
The Good Sun wants us to follow The Golden Rule.
At this point, Trouble Trouble knows the trap like the back of his hand.
Strange Music’s frizzy-haired, double-time spitter returns with another collection of personal, moving cuts.
A spiritual revival of one man's journey that many can relate to.
Drake's BBK buddy takes London’s grime roots to new heights on his fourth studio album.
Driven by the influence of a higher power, “Coloring Book” is Chance The Rapper’s latest offering to the world which doubles as a gift for his infant daughter.
Producers take note: Kaytranada has set a new standard.
The poetic MC is who we thought he was.
One can say we're tough on Drizzy, but when you paint yourself as the king and drop an album with 20 incongruent tracks, you bring it on yourself.
When you glass is this full, you don't just command respect, you absorb it.
It's good to have Philly Freezer back, even if it is for a warm-up lap.
Problem’s newest mixtape gives the traditional West Coast sound a facelift of moderate value.
Take the Mafia serious.
Witness the potential of lyrically intricate trap music.
Only way is up.
Ferg isn't settling for the "A for effort" commendations. He's actually aiming for greatness.