Lil Yachty takes control of perspectives to redefine his career, taking an artistic risk and sticking the landing.
The selective songwriter from Brooklyn reaches a new height in his craft, expanding upon a preexisting template to further exercise his phenomenal talents.
Clavish sprouts casually on the search for his unique selling point.
North London’s AntsLive kicks his year off with the track “Number One Candidate”.
The return of Ab-Soul has been one for the history books; displaying triumph over a series of trials and tribulations through the world’s darkest period and living to tell the story.
On her surprise fifth album, Little Simz has ten darts in hand and hits the bullseye every time.
A look into one of the most iconic album series in hip hop, the ecstatic Carter collection from Lil Wayne.
The Atlanta conductor assembles the trap Avengers for his subdued sophomore album.
Stormzy shakes off all burdens on his tender third studio album.
South London’s Raf-Saperra fuses Punjabi with East Coast rap on his latest unique single.
Curren$y returns in traditional form, shrouding his latest record in the smooth, jazz-infused prospect that fueled the early stages of his career.
LA icons, Jay Worthy and DJ Muggs, take it upon themselves to reinstill the organic West Coast sound back into the area’s airwaves on their latest collaborative effort.