While it could have benefitted from a few strategic snips to tighten things up, the singer manages to deliver her most refined collection of music to date.
It's a new beginning for the Dilated MC, and he sounds hungrier than ever.
The veteran Cali rapper is releasing his new album through his new production company and describes the new chapter of his career as a re-introduction: "I feel like it's my demo."
With Griselda's Westside Gunn back in the co-pilot seat, Mach-Hommy is aiming to become a rap icon. Period.
Given what the starters from both squads have been dropping recently, this feels more like an appetizer — albeit one that leaves you wanting more.
The Chicago rapper's latest snack-sized project gives weight to his ongoing plight for justice and reform above all.
With his 'Plugs I Met' sequel, Benny adds a well-rounded arc to his discography with guest spots from 2 Chainz, Fat Joe, Jim Jones, Rick Hyde and the late Chinx.
The 6 God can dominate on auto-pilot but the results don't have the same pizzazz of his biggest hits.
The visual is the last one filmed by the South Bronx MC before his untimely COVID-19 related death last April.
Unless you've been sleeping under a rock, it's impossible to miss the Brooklyn MC's foot planted on the gas with the weight of concrete.
When it comes to making NSFW headbangers (pun intended), it would appear that BRS Kash is in great historical company with the likes of Lil Wayne and Juicy J.
Through various name drops of his usual suspects of MGK and Ja Rule, the Rap God may not break any ground here. Still, there's more than enough to garner praise from his fans.
The singers helped us get through 2020.
From Snoop Dogg to Gucci Mane, Khia to Eazy-E, singing these holiday tracks is likely to get you on the naughty list.
While theatres may have been closed, there was plenty to stream in 2020.
These rappers returned to the public with new music in 2020.
The ATL heavyweight balances heartfelt tribute, real-life learnings, sociopolitical musings and good old fashioned mainstream fodder.
How a series of misunderstandings set off a chain reaction that's dragged on for the past 15 years.
When it comes to the newer independent wave of Hip Hop, the answer to the album's rhetorical question is, in fact, Gunn himself.
The Buffalo native paints a broader and more removed retrospective from his past life — with assistance from Hit-Boy, Freddie Gibbs, Alchemist, Lloyd Banks and shockingly, Westside Gunn and Benny The Butcher.
The newest Griselda member talks Jay Versace-assisted "The Versace Tape" and aging backward.