Keeping calm and making dope music.
Eighteen songs and eight features — it's a lot to take in one sitting.
Fame and fortune come fast for rappers these days and Young Gerald shows us how he keeps afloat.
Another victim of the double album ambitions.
At 45-years-old, Slim Shady still has some fight left. Just make sure your expectations are reasonable.
“A man got to live what he know, right?” — Omar Little
Despite the wide array of guests like Frank Ocean, Rihanna, Ed Sheeran, André 3000, Kendrick Lamar and M.I.A., Pharrell and company have delivered one of their most cohesive albums since the group's inception.
Brother Mob’s latest is like an underwhelming dessert after a delicious main course.
Within Hip Hop's genesis, that is! Do the knowledge, son.
The Cleveland native debut album reveals the promise of an excellent career.
Nearly every rapper is in the lane but not all can navigate the road.
After a four-year hiatus, listeners can expect a bit of cobweb.
"I'll expose your true colors like I'm Maaco" and "Casey Anthony, can't you see how I'm killing 'em, baby" are just a couple of the Easter Egg gems you'll find on this project.
Another rainy-day soundtrack coming straight out of the OVO Sound camp.
The Slaughterhouse rep lyrically shreds everything in his path, including his own beats.
But the story gets a tad bit darker. If you're into that kind of thing.
A dynamite trilogy can be hard to pull off.
Run The Jewels, 2 Chainz, Wiz Khalifa, Prodigy, Sean Price, Raekwon, Curren$y, Action Bronson, B-Real and The LOX are just a handful of guests who appear on the album.
Don't trust this album. Especially the terrible punchlines.
Shit don't stop.