'Lone Sharks' showcases two young emcees who also double as producers and appear to have a bright future ahead of their dark cloaks.
The Sender provides rap for the Hip Hop purist who appreciates an emphasis on technical skill, not what's trendy or sacrifices quality for mainstream appeal.
Ferrari Boyz continues their ongoing musical pursuits to allow listeners a glimpse of their lofty lifestyles, with a 15-track selection providing the expected.
For every reference to his phallus, there's a punchline worthy of a rewind or some syllabic creation convincing all that Royce is not to be fucked with.
There is more to Black Rob than "Whoa,” but there is nothing that quite lives up to it on Game Tested, Streets Approved.
There are pronounced highs and lows throughout Planet C.O.B. Vol. 2, with a whole lot of average in between.
B.R. reveals that he's off parole, and discusses the positivity in his life. The Harlem emcee says "Whoa" was merely a Diddy-decision, and claims that the media supported him more than his past label.
While We The Best Forever is a solid piece, it's not different enough from DJ Khaled's previous work to change any minds about him.
The fact of the matter is that Pitbull succeeds at fulfilling expectations, as long as your expectations are within reason.
The third book in the "Piecebook" series showcases blackbook-style graffiti sketches from writers around the globe.
To put in perspective what "Blaq Poet Society" is, it's almost easier to say what it is not.
The theme of the mixtape is relationships, and Sha uses his lyrical abilities to tell the story of a man who goes from being alone to jumping the broom.
Achieving a rare feat, Detroit-based emcee Elzhi seems to have tackled one of the most esteemed LP's rap has seen to date, and turned it into his own.
Handshakes and Middle Fingers proves to be an overall solid effort, with varying production styles that keep it refreshing from start to finish.
There are a few things that Diplomats fans can always expect from an affiliate's album: club anthems, coke raps, Harlem shout outs, and an araabMUZIK beat.
"Immortal Technique fans will find satisfaction in this LP, as will liberal listeners with youthful, revolutionary spirits and a fascination in current events."
In Part 2 of DX's Valentine's Day content spectacular, the emcee who wrote "The Smelly Cat Song" weighs in on feminine hygiene, while the Cunninlynguists' co-founder reveals he's dated a stripper.
DX brings you a two-part Valentine's Day feature on love, sex, and turnons/turnoffs with The Diplomats' Freekey Zekey, and independent New York Hip Hop veteran Donny Goines being candid as ever.
The Bronx emcee talks about the underground New York community, his honor in headlining a Southpaw show, and upcoming mixtape "Fall FWD"
Life Doesn't Frighten Me is what true Hip Hop heads have been craving - with serious subject matter, social commentary about many aspects of life's struggles.
In some ways, "Angels" is impressive for the sheer fact that Lil B seems to have shown some sort of artistic and mental growth since his initial YouTube blitz.