Akrobatik and Mr. Lif reunite for a critical cause.
Man, why can’t albums always be this breezy?
When left to their own devices, the Mob is often greater than the sum of their parts.
"Luv Is Rage 2" finds appeal in robo-rhythms and emo-driven melodies.
The court jester of rap is back.
The strive is real.
The Brownsville gorilla keeps it all in the family for his magnum coda.
The Grizzly fleshes out his self-portrait with latest EP.
This project is far from being rated asscheeks.
Bear witness to one of the better crossover debuts to drop in years.
Apparently Young Metro trusts Nav … even if we might not.
The H-Town MC connects with the new generation.
An ambitious and disjointed effort that captures the Beantown trap rapper tasting the highs (and more highs) of success in the City of Angels.
2K17 theme music for the streets.
The melodious L.A. native assembles a supreme collective consisting of Problem, Rose Gold and Wyann Vaughn for a genre-defying West Coast groovefest.
The flow is still intact but the concepts are pretty much non-existent.
Initially setting himself apart marketing youthful immaturity and rage, Mr. Wolf Gang expresses personal and musical growth through his boundless imagination.
The Last King attempts to make a first impression.
Cameos are cool and all but the lead needs to take charge.
Needs more Guwop. And you know, better songs?