The Buffalo heavyweights delivered.
The Harlem rapper's long-await debut doesn't disappoint.
Fans of "Rare Chandeliers" rejoice! Alchemist continues to find the craziest samples.
Retreading for too much of a decent thing.
A studio debut that arrived too late.
The hit film's backdrop is stark, sad, and sonically sound.
A few worthy channels. A few skips.
Undercooked production and themes block a captivating voice.
The USG heavyweights end 2019 on a high note.
A hit-and-miss affair that works best for Stalley’s true supporters.
The project tops off a breakout year for the Oakland native.
Seventeen songs for the bo$$ ass bitch in all of us.
Not a perfect project but it still packs playlist power.
A fleeting glimpse of nostalgia.
Salute the chain and the star logo.
A good grating.
R&B album of the year?
The three years away led to immense improvement.
The duo provides some of the best lyrical exchanges one will hear all year on top of dense beats loosely flowing between various forms of jazz and Hip Hop traditions.
Much like his rap name (a stylized version of his government name, Radhames), there are no gimmicks here.