Future's "Purple Reign" see's the Atlanta superstar returning to his pre-"Monster" roots.
HipHopDX shines a light on the top rising stars of 2015.
As pop “king” Timbaland trumpets his regality, a celebratory mixtape feels like he’s an emperor parading around on the Internet in new clothes.
HipHopDX celebrates its favorite non Hip Hop artists of 2015.
On "Royalty," Chris Brown shows what happens when Peter Pan tries to grow up.
Hip Hop's artist of the moment did not get a Grammy nom, and that's a crime.
Pimp C’s legacy doesn’t advance, yet still remains entertainingly intact on this posthumous release.
Justin Bieber seeks to begin anew on "Purpose."
“I Changed A Lot” lacks the groundbreaking moments we’ve come to expect from DJ Khalid.
MGK’s General Admission is a mixed bag of an album that aims high and falls short, but an amazing story is told along the way.
This isn’t an album, it’s the spiritual essence of the joy beyond the pain.
Anderson .Paak is a gifted singer-songwriter on the fast track to mainstream stardom.
Slab God is a comfortable listen to a legend who’s oftentimes still at his best.
"What A Time To Be Alive" certainly features 2015’s top-selling rap superstar duo turning up and having a helluva lot of fun.
Back To The Woods is impressive enough to sit back and marvel at the emotive and lyrical force that Angel Haze.
For 15 minutes worth of music, Warren G’s latest EP gives you just enough of what you needed.
"Beauty Behind The Madness" is The Weeknd's superstar coming out party.
Meek Mill's silence speaks volumes, and the Internet's attention span is short.
The other side of the Drake "diss" track debate.
DJ Mustard's sound has taken over in such a way that his radio reign is set to last a while.
Perhaps the most tortured of the souled out crooners creating today, Miguel's "Wildheart" establishes him as an R&B juggernaught.