The youthful blend of the pensive and the oh-so-excited that’s presented on "You Should Be Here" is the beginning of a signature Kehlani sound.
Oddisee crafts a complex, beautiful, and joyful ode to the reality of things in "The Good Fight."
Murs shows maturity and doles out wisdom on his Strange Music solo debut.
This album from Jeremiah Jae and L'Orange has the makings to earn its own cult following.
"Nehruvia: The Nehruvian EP" is a concise collection of music that acts as an hors d'oeuvre while Bishop Nehru puts the finishing touches on his debut LP.
"Bush" channels the 70s party sounds of Snoop Dogg and Pharrell's youth, but is not without its troubles.
"The Good Vibe Tribe" deliver on their promises of colorful bars abut by groovy production.
“Choose Your Weapon” is the future-soul quartet’s musical odyssey filled with beauty and delightfully unexpected turns.
The Hip Hop veteran delivers everything we expected from him: party anthems, rapid-fire rhymes, and songs with crossover appeal.
"Dark Red" is a brooding descent into the aimless rage of the modern world.
At times the style is frayed, but Raekwon does a good job of balancing radio-friendly Rap with material his diehard fans crave.
Yelawolf's "Love Story" is a mixed bag of multiplicity all pining for attention at once, but only one can win at a time.
The scene opens on Red Pill confronting his demons, and ends in Bukowskian fashion, with no answers whatsoever save hope.
Despite being Hip Hop’s most polarizing figure, Thugger stakes his claim as “New Atlanta”s best.
"Sidewalk Exec" doesn’t push the envelope, but does establish Bodega Bamz as a voice to watch out of New York.
"Cherry Bomb" is an onslaught of airborne synths and gnarled stabs, the explosive instrumentals and Tyler's unabashed love for music shines through.