Lou Will can’t lose.
Though he's a long way away from his glory days, Fetty Wop puts forth a fair effort.
The LP feels more like a sampler of the up and coming artists on the T.R.U. label than it does a fully-fledged standalone album.
The Columbus native is preaching self-care and self-awareness.
Socially and politically charged.
The Memphis MC is coming into his own.
There’s not much to skip, but there’s not much to remember either.
Not your Album of the Year but an entertaining experience nevertheless.
The groundbreaking New York drill rapper commands respect.
Weezy F. Baby and the "F" is for “Funeral Is Too Long.”
His most complete work to date.
The MC/producer provides a project featuring lively production and purposeful guest features representing Canada’s cultural hotbed.
Another win for Zel.
Rap’s answer to pop-punk.
The songs are shorter, but the recipe is the same.
From Detroit, with love.
The Chef continues to cook up good things.
From the soul of Mississippi.
He’s not a phenomenal rapper — but as an artist, his ear for production and a keen sense of his sonic strengths are admirably sharp.