Skyzoo removes he plot line of "Reasonable Doubt" away from the drug game and and places it in the world of an up and coming emcee to stunning results.
Exclusive: Audio Push members Oktane and Pricetag discuss Diddy and plans for their next project.
Exclusive: Bodega Bamz breaks down the "Tanboys Movement," Hip Hop in the Digital Age and how he draws inspiration from Bob Dylan and The Eagles.
Jhene Aiko displays solid Hip Hop influenced soul on "Sail Out" giving off a feeling of authenticity to hold over current fans and possibly gain a few new ones.
Exclusive: Pricetag & Oktane run down the importance of representing California's Inland Empire, their "Come As You Are" project and why HS87 gets the first pick of Hit-Boy's beats.
Exclusive: On the heels of the 20-year anniversary of "Doggystyle," VIP Records owner Kelvin Anderson recalls his early support of Snoop Dogg.
Troy Ave's wittiness and overall personality make "New York City: The Album" not just a good New York, street Hip Hop album, but a good Hip Hop album period.
Exclusive: Skeme pledges allegiance to the Los Angeles Clippers and explains his bond with former Clipper Baron Davis.
Getting past Mac Miller's bouts of immaturity and voice as "Delusional Thomas" is a chore and can be trying. But hidden behind those flaws is a good mixtape.
Xzibit, B Real & Demrick don't break the mold with their new super group, but "Serial Killers Vol. 1" is pure unadulterated, hardcore Hip Hop.
Exclusive: Skeme looks back on "Pistols & Palm Trees," his work with peers like Kendrick Lamar & Nipsey Hussle and why the late Dolla had such an impact on him.
Exclusive: On the heels of "Summer Knights," Pro ERA's Joey Bada$$ gives his thoughts on a gentrified Brooklyn and Statik Selektah chimes in about the perception of sample-based Hip Hop.
While not without flaws, at its high points (of which there are many) Nipsey Hussle's "Crenshaw" is on par with or above a lot of artists' retail albums.
"Feel Good" is an upgrade from the group's debut album, "Purple Naked Ladies" across the board, resulting in an album that needs to be heard.
Exclusive: Common shares acting criticism from Chris Rock, his appreciation for Vince Staples & plans for a 2014 album
Despite carrying some filler, the highlights of Skeme's "Bare With Me" should build even more anticipation for his upcoming "Ingleworld" album.
Exclusive: UM breaks down how the late Chris Lighty helped him rebrand himself for business purposes and tells fellow New York rappers, "Don't try to do what the South do."
"Dreamchasers 3" may not take Meek Mill to new heights, but it will remind listeners of his capabilities and what he's been doing.
While not flawless, "Come As You Are" is solid and shows that Oktane and Pricetag aren't to be written off as mere dance track rappers.
Exclusive: Curren$y compares his early days with No Limit to Lil Snupe's rise, and he also looks at his many "Rock The Bells" performances over the years.
Exclusive: Odd Future members, The Internet shed light on their bonds with Mac Miller and Vince Staples and how they came together as a musical collective.