Or is it ... ecleftic?
Still one hit away.
The Queens rapper shows up strong, though avoids showing out.
Words to live by.
Which is ironic because it’s simply a small collection of catchy loosies from the hard drive.
His off-the-mic growth makes for compelling music.
Despite some uniformity in song selection, he's undeniably unique.
25 years later, the duo is still reppin' Buckown lovely.
The Southern belle and patron saint of "conversational rap" exorcizes her demons on wax.
Czarface Killah didn’t exactly kill it.
Fall Out Boyz in The Hood.
He and Laker LeBron should boss up in the offseason.
A few more additions for his greatest hits.
The team of budding lyricists are still getting in playing shape with the songwriting.
The indie rappers get by with a little help from their famous friends.
It's a chance for a new generation to gravitate toward and attach themselves to a new class of potential superstars on the ground level.
While there are multiple moments of unequivocal brilliance, the 19-track album struggles to captivate its audience.
It's an even-keeled playlist that still has knock, even at its most underwhelming moments.
The tattooed young'un has the potential to be great, but he's not quite there yet.
Hello world, meet Kiari Cephus.