Much like his rap name (a stylized version of his government name, Radhames), there are no gimmicks here.
Her Roc Nation debut adds an element of grandeur to Hip Hop classics.
Top-tier drug raps.
A disappointing follow up to a promising debut.
Besides being a great introduction to the “Rhythm + Flow” winner, the project showcases his talent range.
Haircut or not, Danny is still making zany rap music for his die-hards.
Even in its best moments, the album struggles to have a distinguishable identity that sets its apart from its influences.
The Queen Bee can still bumble and rumble.
But the positive energy is evident.
But don't simply call it a comeback. The black sphere's still got the props to get you open.
Wop on autopilot.
There's nothing scary here, though.
Despite its terrifying title, the Seattleite’s sophomore offering is actually filled top to bottom with wholesome raps from a fan-turned-rapper.
But it is.
More Jet Life fuel for fans.
The Chicago rapper is relentless.
He's on his way. Scratch that. He's officially here.
A half-step back for the Detroit lioness.
For those (still) willing to hear her out, there's more than enough here to warrant anticipation for future chapters of her story.
The joint album is remarkably ordinary.