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.
Nas eclipses his third prime on the best volume of the King’s Disease series, leaping to prodigious heights that marks the greatest renaissance in hip hop history.
Hip-hop’s premium hustler keeps busy by dropping off another collaborative offering, expanding his artistry further into the unknown.
The tenth installment to the iconic mixtape series delivers another star-studded display of high-level street art.
Drake and 21 Savage’s album is an often satisfactory record that omits equity and opts for wincing content.
A look at the various times hip-hop perfectly meshed with the gaming world.
Skepta joins K-Trap for the remix to the hit single, “Warm”.
‘Wanderlust’ shows Kwaku Asante is R&B’s next promising singer-songwriter.
Lancey Foux releases his sixth studio album, the rapper’s most varied work to date.
On his third studio album, Loyle Carner invigorates his mental frets for a heavy self-examination of raw emotions.
East London rapper Zino Vinci unveils his new single, “CEO of the Friendship Group”.
Lil Baby coasts along his lengthy third studio album, aware of his prodigious status but rarely backing it up like he has in the past.