They have a dream, too
The mixtape wastes infectious production with lackluster lyricism
We already know the world wants less name-dropping. What else? We'd love nothing more than for Game to earn a DX perfect rating.
Shady needs to check his knee-jerk reactions and f-o-c-u-s.
Time to take a trip down memory lane with Outkast, L-Boogie and more. Do you feel old yet?
Damien Ritter’s collective of Dizzy Wright, Jarren Benton, Audio Push, Demrick, Emilio Rojas, Reezy, DJ Hoppa and Kato brings peace to the land with an inspired album.
These albums will surely bring the buzz in the next 365 days.
Should Mr. Puff Daddy make Hip Hop proud and become the first African American majority owner, this affluent list of businessmen (and women) will become his new peers.
The mind of Weezy can be an unbelievable place.
Between the two trap masterminds, the possibilities were endless but this project has its limits.
A lukewarm album in the cold season still doesn't make it hot.
Keeping calm and making dope music.
“A man got to live what he know, right?” — Omar Little
Brother Mob’s latest is like an underwhelming dessert after a delicious main course.
The kid may be a victim of a much more than bullying: institutionalized racism.
The Cleveland native debut album reveals the promise of an excellent career.
The Slaughterhouse rep lyrically shreds everything in his path, including his own beats.
Marcus’ latest is the pity party of the year.
The Still Movin MC gets the job done with a surprise album — the same day Hopsin dropped his.
Hopping out the Maybach and into his Chevy for his most aggressive project to date.
Chalk up more credence for Toronto’s Hip Hop scene.