With help from longtime Wu-Tang Clan DJ/producer Mathematics and Redman.
T.I. leads the charge for a helluva party.
The ability to go from relative unknown to enjoying millions of streams at a moments notice is becoming par the course, for better or worse.
With features from Syd, blink-182's Travis Barker, Jeremih, Smoke DZA and more, the duo's first album in six years is a welcome return.
The Bronx rapper's debut album sticks with what works.
With chemistry like Walt and Jesse.
The album lacks a tight focus but retains quality music.
Without Ryan Lewis, the Seattle rapper makes some odd choices.
There is such thing as "too comfortable." As well as too many songs.
Wu-Tang’s High Chief retakes the stage to show why he’s the glue on several of their classics tracks.
The Baton Rouge rapper's wife Dreka curated this mixtape since he's behind bars.
The Reach Records rapper paints a complete self-portrait with his latest album.
The Chicago rapper's growth is evident on his debut album.
The Carolina MC achieves high marks with her first album for Roc Nation.
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.