An insight into what made the blog era so iconic for hip hop’s golden decade.
Blacksmith drops “Price of Love” with Skinnyman and Statik Selektah.
JID conquers the new age of hip hop with full conviction, delivering the album that takes his status from elite rapper to generational talent.
The Flatbush Zombies frontman unveils his long-awaited solo debut.
The long awaited collaboration between two underground titans shifts listeners outside of their comfort zone, seeking adventure in uncharted territory.
A track-by-track breakdown of 070 Shake’s sophomore album, ‘You Can’t Kill Me’.
DJ Khaled’s thirteenth album is another big-budget collection with more durable songs than usual.
Ohio rapper HonorRoll explores how his hometown holds back upcoming artists on “Queen City”.
Lord Sko spotlights classic hip hop to American youth on his latest album, Museum.
Frisco’s finest levels up on his latest effort, lacing the masses with messages from his luxuriously healthy lifestyle.
Aitch’s debut album displays evolution, doing more than riddling in the life of the young and dumb.
The Ukranian-born emcee dumps off his third solo offering of the year, reminding listeners than consistency is key.