Attending the listening party for Jayceon Taylor’s eighth studio album, here are some takeaways that’ll get you excited.
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The supergroup consists of three parts Rage Against The Machine, one part Public Enemy and one part Cypress Hill. Together they are anti-heroes arriving at just the right time.
In the complex and seemingly ever growing space defined as electronic music, RJD2 is in a lane with the likes of Gramatik and Pretty Lights with his sound characterized by a Hip Hop soundscape.
Pro Era's young gunner can rhyme a lit bit. O.K., he can actually rhyme a lot.
This isn't the wave Wiz Khalifa referenced, either.
The Zoo Gang and Remy Boyz all take several steps back after their leader hit unprecedented strides in 2015.
An insider's look from the heart of the most unique album rollout of all time.
The "Funk" may have died but Dizzy Wright still has plenty of other musical genres at his disposal.
Allen's sophomore effort makes satire sound pretty good.
This is an "alt" album as he described it. Dense, at times beautiful, but misses the indie sweet-spot by a wide stretch.
As if his critically acclaimed Documentary 2 was not enough, Game has given fans 18 more tracks full of bangers.
Though "Meow The Jewels" is currently taking the internet by storm, Killer Mike and El-P had one helluva summer.
The TDE emcee’s sophomore project is a solid effort that is up there with the best of the year.
Travi$ Scott has come up with a sound unto his own.
In our fourth and final installment of "Mount Rushmore," we give you the four artists that currently dominate the Hip Hop landscape.
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A$AP Rocky crafts his best album to date with "At. Long. Last. A$AP."
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