The D.C. rap vet also expresses how fatherhood has steered the latest chapter of his career.
The King of YouTube continues to dominate the charts with murderous raps and unfiltered streams of consciousness.
Strength in numbers is still a thing, right?
NBA legend Kevin Durant named the project as the official soundtrack to his Showtime documentary, 'Basketball County: In the Water.' Juicy J, PnB Rock, Rico Nasty and more all turn up.
The latest craze has spawned memes for days, Vince Staples anecdotes and HipHopDX digs deep to find its origin.
Young Jefe 3 coming soon.
Bars and beats that never go stale on an album with A1 replay value.
Packed with nihilistic Dirty South bars that try too hard to appeal to everyone.
The deluxe tracks add extra seasoning to an already solid plate.
Music to text your ex to while you're locked down in the house with your woes.
An anxiety-inducing exploration into the trauma of his past making for most introspective record to date.
Another bland trap rap affair.
The stage is set for RTJ to potentially deliver their magnum opus.
His most complete work to date.
Rap’s answer to pop-punk.
Remnants of the Golden Era.
He doesn’t quite get the block hot, more like lukewarm.
A relaxed Chicago kickback.
A chaotic collection of loose gold.
These MCs aren’t going anywhere.