J. Cole has a gift for turning tears into teaching tools and his latest is a concise, leather-bound audiobook of invaluable life direction goals.
A great intro to a hungry St. Louis rapper.
Del lives up to his name in this bouncy collaboration with the Bay Area producer.
Thanks to his perfect balance of thundering drums and delicate melodies, Murda On The Beat is actually pretty damn nice.
Wu Stans will be somewhat satisfied. Everyone else? Eh.
A lot of promise for an album the Brooklyn artist says "took a lifetime to create."
Kool Keith, Dan The Automator and DJ QBert give us predictable — yet unapologetically familiar — traditional boom-bap.
With swag being the most redeemable quality.
Curfew keepers and lovers of sleep need not apply.
The King of Slanguistics and Hash Brown Billo embrace their regional past and every evolving present by providing nothing more than game-filled slappers.
The project may be a Future project in disguise but it truly shines when he takes a backseat and lets these guests steal the show.
The actor-turnt-rapper composes some swaggy, high-energy records to showcase his diversity as an entertainer.
With all eyez on her, the "Bodak Yellow" queen doesn't drop a dud despite some predictable moments.
Bursting out of the shadow of Chance The Rapper.
A moderate mixtape that will speak stronger to his core fanbase.
Kendrick Lamar, Quavo, Rick Ross — you name it.
Take a very personal journey through Lucci’s life in the streets to where he is today.
Score one for the Tar Heel State.
Mad decent vibes. Mad boring verses.
The Houston vet gets help from T.I., Young Thug, Mozzy and Boosie Badazz for his first post-Hurricane Harvey project.