When being cool just isn’t enough.
...but apparently not his integrity.
The youngster shows unfulfilled promise on new EP.
HipHopDX's "We Working" Artist of the Year brought gifts you can enjoy well after the holiday season.
Big Brother Cudder is getting back to his past glory with this lengthy but therapeutic offering.
This fourth studio album go-around is an uphill battle, as Dom Kennedy settles for underachievement to the dismay of Team Light Skin.
A release so mediocre, it’s impossible to look past the ghostwriting allegations that continue to haunt his name.
The "Sisterhood of Hip Hop" star struggles with duality on her biggest release to date.
Full of strange mishaps that are almost to be expected considering Yasiin Bey’s past few erratic years, “December 99th” begs the question: Does anyone need to be this #woke?
Rap’s grinches set out to steal Christmas and ran off with a few new gifts.
Of course, there's more than just one layer in Donald Glover's repertoire.
CJ Fly is ruthless with the rhymes but still remains Pro Era’s #2.
The mixtape master makes his major label debut and releases something like a mixtape.
Sixteen years is a long time to for an album hiatus and while the boys from Yonkers aren't rusty, they don't quite sound renewed on their Roc Nation debut, either.
Few artists get to mature in the public's eye to experience such growth.
An intoxicating blend of the genre's present and future.
...But there are also plenty of explosive lightning moments to be had.
Without a shred of self-importance, J. Cole seeks empathy for those stuck in their own way now that he’s as close to the mountaintop as ever. The music is decent, too.
Soulo blurs the dangerous line between confusion and enlightenment and strengthens any arguments of him having the best pen game in Black Hippy.
The project won't change your mind naysayers who think Drillnois Durk is dull but still leaves an impression with a few quotables.