The vibes are caught ... with A LOT of help from his friends.
Breezy is far too long-winded.
A surprise collaboration between the two established hitmakers is exciting — the result, less so.
Hit it or quit it.
The Bronx rapper's debut album sticks with what works.
The Chicago rapper's growth is evident on his debut album.
Akrobatik and Mr. Lif reunite for a critical cause.
Man, why can’t albums always be this breezy?
When left to their own devices, the Mob is often greater than the sum of their parts.
The strive is real.
Apparently Young Metro trusts Nav … even if we might not.
The Last King attempts to make a first impression.
Your favorite Houston rapper’s favorite rapper calls it quits. At least, for now.
Five hot songs to get you through four even hotter months.
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The beats are banging but without lyrics, it can be hard to cling dear.
With the celebrity rap battle show "Drop The Mic" coming soon, DX looks at a few stars who could probably hold their own in a lyrical showdown.
More reggae, more grime, more trap, and more sad boy make “More Life” sound like a gathering of the rap game’s United Nations, which makes Drake the Attorney-General.
With a little help from the tested “bars over bangers” formula, J. Cole’s’ newest signee shows he’s ready to star on the team.
The Miami festival's performers include Kendrick Lamar, Future, Lil Wayne, Travis Scott, Young Thug, Migos, Run The Jewels, Action Bronson and dozens more.
The only things all the way up on this album are Remy’s bars and a handful of beats.