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.
After a three-year hiatus, the Good Music All-Star is bringing us into his world despite a few road bumps along the way.
Twenty-seven years later, the now 46-year-old MC has managed to craft a body of work with the right ingredients to age into a personal classic.
The project packs in fitting tributes to Kiing Shooter, Nipsey Hussle, and Kobe Bryant.
Despite references to Kanye West and Outkast abound, there are plenty of squandered opportunities for actual self-reflection on this "final" album.
The posthumous album is the biggest debut of the year, complete with assists from Trippie Redd, Halsey and The Kid Laroi.
'Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon' sounds like dying trying to get rich.
Thanks to a moody soundtrack and a bomb Lil Baby feature, this one earns it's spicy label.
Purpp's return to South Florida trap basics sounds so, well, basic.
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.
Though the vibe veers a little more towards inconsistent than eclectic, the project features Lil Baby, Meek Mill, Queen Naija and is a solid listen.
Outside music with assistance from Lil Baby and Lil Durk.
D.C.’s legit finest expresses, love, pain and passion amidst the protests and pandemic.
Dishing game and roasting lames one click of the remote at time.
The Memphis rapper shows you don’t have to change much of the formula to get good results.
Rebrand or quit. It's simple as shit.
Their flows totally exist on Wood's new EP.
Rap's rebels without a pause (or cost) punctually provide songs of salvation.
Bars and beats that never go stale on an album with A1 replay value.
Two Slaughterhouse alums hold it down for their slums 2800 miles apart, but share the same sunlight.