Filled with intelligent rhymes and creative beats, Talib Kweli & 9th Wonder’s wide-ranging project’s biggest success is opting for diversity.
Releasing his third full-length studio album GO:OD AM this month, the Pittsburgh emcee/producer has gone through interesting creative phases.
Mac Miller further distances himself from his frat rap past and embraces introspective lyrics on his laid back third studio album, GO:OD AM.
B.o.B.’s most open offering to date is a far cry from his past efforts, coming across as more experimental pop than Hip Hop.
Method Man releases his first solo effort in nine years, filled to the brim with friends and features.
The Foreign Exchange stick to R&B’s roots on their latest effort, resulting in an upbeat, musical project that’s fitting of summer’s end.
Pete Rock’s dedication to his craft shines through on PeteStrumentals 2, an instrumental album full of jazz and funk samples sure to keep heads nodding.
Camp Lo sticks to the script, delivering slick, creative word-play overtop Ski Beatz’s mixed bag production on "Ragtime Hightimes."
Donnie trumpet & The Social Experiment stay on the cutting edge of music by blending genres and creating an album full of uninhibited creativity.
Murs shows maturity and doles out wisdom on his Strange Music solo debut.
"Sidewalk Exec" doesn’t push the envelope, but does establish Bodega Bamz as a voice to watch out of New York.
Doomtree’s "All Hands," bings, crashes and dives to great effect, utilizing a sound that’s one-third punk, one-third underground and one-third "Yeezus."
Fabolous’ continues his yearly holiday tradition with "The Young OG Project," an homage to ‘90s Hip Hop with a more mellow twist.
The 1978ers combine live instrumentation with a myriad of musical genres to create an album that pairs creative artistry with a message that doesn't overpower.
Stalleys debut album "Ohio" features his signature lyrical earnestness over bass-knocking production, but loses focus enough to distract from the whole.
Experimental in almost all the right ways and filled with well-crafted, ominous beats, "NehruvianDOOM" is a step up for the emcee in his young career.
HipHopDX attended Elliott Wilson's CRWN series interview with Top Dawg Entertainment emcee Ab-Soul. Here are four things to look for when the full episode drops.
Exclusive: Statik Selektah revisits selling 10,000 Nas mixtapes in an hour and reveals that Joey Bada$$'s debut will feature a previously unheard J Dilla beat courtesy of Ma Dukes.
Statik Selektah enlists Hip Hop's best on "What Goes Around...," bringing a scratch-heavy, Jazz-tinged sound back into the spotlight.
With a one-two punch that offers both hardcore and underground styles of Hip Hop, "Barrel Brothers" delivers a knockout blow from Skyzoo and Torae.
Less of a happy medium and more of a hard reset, "RetroHash" is the beginning of what may shape up to be the rebirth of Asher Roth's career.