Cameos are cool and all but the lead needs to take charge.
Another one that happens to a better one than the other one.
Remember the days when studio debuts would result in lifetime achievement classic material? Just checking to see if you did.
While far from a perfect effort, Mr. HNDRXX showcases why he's currently your favorite rapper's favorite trapper.
Artists are often told to follow their hearts and this one bared it all for the world to see.
Loso and Kiss have a perfectly good explanation as to why their long-awaited projected isn't wreaking havoc across the rap game. In the meantime, it's all about balance — New Balance that is.
Sixteen years is a long time to for an album hiatus and while the boys from Yonkers aren't rusty, they don't quite sound renewed on their Roc Nation debut, either.
A second chance at making a first impression.
Yep, it's better than most of the so-called top DJ album compilations this year.
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.
Ambitious but ... nah.
Cop a squat and don't forget to bring the Louisiana hot sauce.