The mixtape master makes his major label debut and releases something like a mixtape.
Even Tyrone Biggums can get down with this one...
Don't call it old school. Address it as pretty damn dope.
The L.A. native is getting closer to where he wants to be.
The Good Sun wants us to follow The Golden Rule.
The poetic MC is who we thought he was.
Berner hits some, but not all of his targets on the latest Taylor Gang project.
Black Milk & Nat Turner blur the lines of Hip Hop as you know it.
Jace makes a great impression on his self-titled mixtape
iLoveMakonnen has an ear, but is still a lyrical work in progress.
A little more focus could have gone a long way for Zelooperz on his second album.
Brotha Lynch Hung meets expectations, but fails to elevate any further
The Slaughterhouse and 1982 members join forces to exclusively discuss their new album “Statik KXNG” and ways to bypass the industry bullshit.
Boosie balances introspection with good plain fun on his most multi-faceted album to date.
With his sixth studio album out now, Sheek Louch speaks candidly about The LOX’s eventful twenty-year history.
Home Sweet Home isn’t necessarily personal, but it is relatable, and that's conveyed vis-a-vis its cinematic tonality and lyricism.
Gift of Gab and Chief Xcel get candid discussing their new album and creative growth as one of Hip Hop’s most formative duos.
Late Knight Special is a sonic oeuvre of contemporary East Coast Hip Hop rooted in tradition, yet stunningly present.
"Illa J" softly treads the line between Hip Hop and r&b, but doesn't quite deliver on both ends.
"Invite The Light" is an amalgam of different Funk-inspired sub-genres that achieves an incredible diversity of sound.
Whoever the producer, Guilty Simpson continues to prove, time and again, that if paired with the right one, the two will inevitably make a great album.