The pgLang rapper makes his highly-anticipated debut album sound like it's trying to be an event, but ultimately is more of a county fair than a street festival.
Will it actually come out or be added to the pit of unreleased Kanye West albums?
When the house burns down will you save some possessions or start anew with nothing?
The Atlanta icon sounds re-energized and revitalized as he makes the transition gracefully into mentorship.
But will it actually see the light of day?
The 20-year-old, real name Elijah Quamina, could face up to five years in prison if convicted.
The 19-year-old 'Onna Come up' rapper also swears by his basketball skills: 'Don't nobody play me. And I asked several times, several people. No one want to play me?'
The 'Onna Come Up' rapper saw his career take off at the arc of the COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine.
Despite their high-profile platforms at the moment, Baby and Durk aren't the answer to Hip Hop’s issues with Over-saturated team-ups.
Amid swirling rumors and speculation, the embattled Alabama rapper sets the record straight: "You know, the internet will try to run with it and try to make their own story and shit."
Another solid entry from Memphis' renaissance man rapper
Bait-and-switch marketing or an honest mistake? The Dreamville stars (sorta) explain themselves.
'Drake’s so stamped in the industry," the 18-year-old 'Onna Come Up' rapper says. 'I want to get in the studio with him and see his creative process."
The Rising Chicago rapper's streaming magnet single 'Onna Come Up' has even led to fans recognizing him in real life.
These rap instrumentals stood out above all else this year.
R.I.P. To Chi-Town's next great storyteller.
He also discusses the trials and tribulations of being an independent boss.
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.