If there were any expectations with this one, they sure weren't hit.
Despite delivering a few noteworthy projects over the year, this is Crooked I's best of 2016.
The artist formerly known as Lil Herb buys himself some time before the release of his debut LP with a more sophisticated side to his Chicago drill time spitter.
Determined to keep Hip Hop’s soul alive with her newfound platform, Sister Raps blends femininity and humanity often in the same breath.
With a mix of personal, braggadocio and all-star guests, Term continues to take up the mantle for quality boom bap.
Abel keeps his edge and ambition amid the obvious commercial aspirations but doesn't walk away with any flat-out classics.
The Colonel's latest mixtape is definitely hotter than Tabasco but won’t necessarily make your eyes water.
The $100 valuation is a bit off, but Bompton's finest is still good money for a few heaters.
If this teaser is any indicator, Neighborhood Nip might charge a cool mil for his debut album.
With help from a few notable featured guests, some Xannies and Percs, Belly tries to describe his “vibe.”
As the dealer behind some of the most incredibly catchy hooks one will hear this year, the Conglomerate hitmaker adds a layer of artistic evolution to the interior design of his dope house.
The multitalented Wisconsin artist plants his roots for future success.
Kick this drug habit for me and my DJ.
"a week after announcing the release date for his 3rd full-length this year East Atlanta Santa
The Mo City Don’s 1 Deep Entertainment imprint has clearly rejuvenated him between this and the release of “Drankin & Drivin” several months ago.
Who says a fourth time can’t be a charm?
While somewhat predictable, the NYC songstress’ sixth studio album displays the mind of an intelligible woman who never let riches or success define her soul.
They even brought back Onyx.
Q-Tip’s modest leadership fulfills ATCQ’s divine mission to raise the bar, as their swan song leaves them with one of the strongest discographies the game has ever seen.
Merely an appetizer for the full plate, Mr. Slaugterhouse serves a dish that shows how severely underrated he can be — when he’s fully focused.