Always "Striving for Perfection."
An original brand of women-friendly rap that somehow caters to the streets in the same breath.
The Rostrum rapper adds a winner to his label’s stack of celebratory sentiments.
Fans of early 00s rap releases apply here.
Light one up for the Coughee Brotha.
More reggae, more grime, more trap, and more sad boy make “More Life” sound like a gathering of the rap game’s United Nations, which makes Drake the Attorney-General.
Nothing if not consistent, with "Rather You Than Me," Rick Ross shows little artistic growth while making a convincing argument for why he’s come to be ranked within today’s elite.
Following a time when personal turmoil had Ill Camille ready to quit making music, she returns stronger than ever to keeps shooting for the stars.
With a little help from the tested “bars over bangers” formula, J. Cole’s’ newest signee shows he’s ready to star on the team.
"Packs" is a noteworthy set loaded with supremely smart twists that capture the continuing evolution of a ferociously talented MC.
The 14-track album is brimming with brilliant production and a seemingly complex cast of characters.
The debut has made history as the first grime album to top the UK albums chart.
Drew and Dante knock their debut album out of the park.
The quiet-storm menace of "Rosebudd’s Revenge" makes for a surreptitiously potent punch of heavyweight Hip Hop.
The Flygod goes out with guns blazing like Larry Davis, but curbs your enthusiasm like Larry David.
The Astronaut Kid triumphantly pulls back every emotional layer while maintaining his trap-born edge.
And that's all you can ask for an up-and-coming artist.
Regardless of reach, the 12-track project is simply too hot to be cold.
The EP finds the veteran at home with the current dancehall soundscape and marks a worthy comeback.
While far from a perfect effort, Mr. HNDRXX showcases why he's currently your favorite rapper's favorite trapper.