Jadakiss and Fabolous may be certified NYC rap royalty, and the album certainly reaffirms their rapping ability, but the broader Freddy vs. Jason theme is never really defined or explored.
A match made in Hip Hop heaven.
"Packs" is a noteworthy set loaded with supremely smart twists that capture the continuing evolution of a ferociously talented MC.
The London-based legendary DJ used to head to NYC once a month in the 90s, which is where he saw some drama unfold firsthand.
The debut has made history as the first grime album to top the UK albums chart.
The quiet-storm menace of "Rosebudd’s Revenge" makes for a surreptitiously potent punch of heavyweight Hip Hop.
They take it there.
Prince Paul, Ladybug Mecca, Gorila Urbano and producer Don Newkirk aim to bridge the generation gap with some Brazilian-fused Hip Hop.
The pride, the fall, the consequence and the retribution all wrapped up in one forcible package.
We'd give it the same rating on Yelp.
Rap 'n' roll.
At 17, most kids are on video games and college applications. Meanwhile Trapo is busy patenting his own sound.
Like Villanova, the Lousianimal's March Madness 2K16 ended with a bang.
Hip Hop has always been about giving back, after all.
Hip-Hop's first viable feud of 2016 has already cut deeper than rap.
With Spitta Andretti dropping his “Cathedral” last Wednesday, DX examines the New Orleans emcee’s best work.
The best and worst beefs are always the ones between friends.
Thanksgiving is about good tidings, and that's what these artists had in mind when they pushed out these special packages of their landmark projects.
With Freddie Gibbs and Madlib's "Pinata" the one producer/one emcee combo seems back in vogue, and here's seven others who struck gold with the formula.
The double decade anniversary of Nas' "Illmatic" resulted in "Illmatic XX," and while it had one or two chopping floor loosies here's nine more we wished had made it on.