No bops, but a LOT of bars.
Two songs is a project now? Let's get it then, Mr. Glover!
The MMG vet breaks his streak of unheralded consistency with this release.
It's a triumph that Philly's Finest is back to making music. Now we need to him to make great music.
The veteran trappers are unsurprisingly in top form on the long-awaited sequel to 2015’s "Beast Mode."
Only the original DopeItsDom fans need to apply.
Drowsy raps from Diego.
Dope raps to bump on your iPod Classic.
A refreshing take on MC's breaking the fourth wall.
NYC bars inspired by NYC prison bars.
JAY-Z made a good move by signing his old labelmate.
Drizzy’s rush to solidify his legacy plagues much of the project but also delivers an assortment of gems.
Scott Bejda and Detag keep things too conservative.
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.