At its best, Kane lives up to his full potential. At its worst, it's still flame emojis.
Substance for all the other rap alternatives.
While a bit overlong, the LP is jam-packed with ballads that prove the young man is eager to become a mainstay in the modern R&B landscape.
At its best, it rivals "Black Panther." At its worst, Young Thug is repeating “Tie My Shoes.”
While their marriage may have its flaws, "EVERYTHING IS LOVE" frankly doesn't.
An eye-opening warmup but a warmup nonetheless.
The range of rhythms, sounds and flows makes his most addictive project yet.
While a little lengthy, the veteran MC looks to get his fans right — mentally and physically.
An intense project that feels like the Florida rapper is ultimately running in place.
TDE’s hot streak is showing no signs of slowing down in 2018.
The bi-coastal duo of the legendary Cypress Hill beatsmith and Laurenovicci is an NYC soundtrack to dark summer nights.
With contributions from Kanye West, Ty Dolla $ign, GoldLink and more, the project marks her first worthy album this decade.
At it's best, it's a shallow bop. At it's worst, it's repetitive rigmarole.
The Hippy doesn't sink nor swim but does tread water throughout the short project.
Doing great, doing good.
The self-titled debut collaboration is an exorcism on wax.
At least, as far as this Chicago rapper is concerned.
It was all good just three years ago…
LOL lyrics galore.
This LP is a gem among a sea of new releases.