A release with big aspirations but small execution.
Their chemistry is apparently evident.
And for the most part, he succeeds.
Bear witness to a blossoming rapper in the midst of a stylistic evolution.
The MMG vet breaks his streak of unheralded consistency with this release.
Drizzy’s rush to solidify his legacy plagues much of the project but also delivers an assortment of gems.
While a bit overlong, the LP is jam-packed with ballads that prove the young man is eager to become a mainstay in the modern R&B landscape.
The Hippy doesn't sink nor swim but does tread water throughout the short project.
The self-titled debut collaboration is an exorcism on wax.
Back to the drawing board, Flacko!
On his latest offering, the Illinois rapper continues to refine his songwriting while toeing the line between rap and R&B.
The album bedazzles with swag but not much else.
HipHopDX's "We Working" Artist of the Year brought gifts you can enjoy well after the holiday season.
"a week after announcing the release date for his 3rd full-length this year East Atlanta Santa
With these short EPs, 2 Chainz keeps the fans wanting more while simultaneously flooding the streets with his trademark anthems.
Exclusive: Fresh off their debut EP, the YSL girls reveal they aren't a one-and-done due.
It's not what you’d expect from Atlanta’s current scene, but you’ll like it anyways.
Very few rappers —scratch that — very few artists can do the backstroke in the brain fluid of their own chemical imbalance. Danny Phelps delivers once again for those listeners brave off enough to dive off the deep end.
All things considered, the project is pretty good for a rush job but would obviously fare better with more calculation.
An overtly sexual serenade, liberal in its passion but too conservative in its vulnerability.
With production courtesy of the YSL movement.