The Force could eventually be strong with this one.
At 24-years-old, there is plenty of growth and maturity on the follow-up to 2014's "Coming To America."
Don’t expect this to build significant momentum for his upcoming “Rubba Band Business: The Album.”
Talk about going for broke when you still have money in the bank.
While Ty Dolla $ign and Juicy J also hold it down, the second-string team of Berner, Raven Felix, Tuki Carter and more also show they are ready to compete for rap's biggest title.
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Prince Paul, Ladybug Mecca, Gorila Urbano and producer Don Newkirk aim to bridge the generation gap with some Brazilian-fused Hip Hop.
Back to the Slums at all costs.
The rural rapper’s latest project is a fulfilling appetizer in anticipation of the main course.
Get ready to throw your dubs up.
Ambitious but ... nah.
Anything other than a lush instrumental from this Philly artist would be uncivilized.
That moment when you're unafraid to swing for the fences to reach the next level, even if you foul.
That includes plenty of generic tunes.
Having paid dues for nearly a decade now, Blu is a veteran taking risks no matter how questionable.
In the constant battle between mumble and lyrical, Locksmith finds himself on the side with the bars and swatting away everyone who disagrees.
Action Bronson's BFF gives us a little taste of the high life on his follow up to "Piatto D’oro."
It's not what you’d expect from Atlanta’s current scene, but you’ll like it anyways.
Cop a squat and don't forget to bring the Louisiana hot sauce.
The Bronx maverick once again demonstrates neurosis is bliss, and anything less would be unmagnetized.