The post-prison run begins.
Uncle Short Dog needs to stop fuckin' around and give us a real project.
Although it completely sounds 2018 Spotify playlist stuffing, the LP does pack some heat.
Lyrical liberation for the libido.
Most importantly, it’s a sincere mark of the growth that has happened to the Michigan rapper since his Red Pill days.
After all these years, ladies and gentlemen, meet Mr. Montgomery.
Even with an overwhelming 18 tracks, the Memphis rapper offers up plenty of playlist power.
New Holiday styles for Hip Hop heads.
Diddy's son is onward to big things — lyrically and financially.
His inability to stay out of trouble is holding him back from rap stardom.
She's not in Kansas anymore.
This comeback will get lost in the shuffle of 2018 no matter if you're a new listener or longtime fan.
Nicki Minaj, Lil Uzi Vert and 21 Savage couldn't help to make any classic material.
A new and improved same 'ol Kush God package. An interesting effort.
Say that then.
The power couple for Hip Hop heads delivers the goods.
Anyone down for a warped, kaleidoscopic trip? This album is your gateway drug.
J. Cole has a gift for turning tears into teaching tools and his latest is a concise, leather-bound audiobook of invaluable life direction goals.
A great intro to a hungry St. Louis rapper.
Del lives up to his name in this bouncy collaboration with the Bay Area producer.