The Ville rapper J. Cole’s discography ranked worst to best.
After twenty-four years, Yasiin Bey and Talib Kweli finally released their follow-up LP, solidifying two-and-a-half decades of longevity and brotherhood.
The Queen heavyweight returns with another action-packed project, leaving listeners with an adrenaline rushing journey into the mind of a maniac.
A comprehensive ranking of the New York legend’s discography, ranked worst to best.
Two notorious West Coast hustlers rekindle a regional sound proving they’re cut from a different cloth.
The highly anticipated major label debut by the Buffalo heavyweight proves that slow and steady wins the race.
Buffalo’s golden boy releases the highly anticipated sequel to the series that helped elevate his art to the masses.
The self-proclaimed king of the underground makes an attempt to expand past the hip-hop horizons, shifting into a completely different space musically.
The dynamic duo of the underground reconnect to deliver another great addition with their game-changing formula.
Two of the underground’s most obscure artists reconnect for the sequel to their first full-fledged collaborative effort.
The first lady of the underground returns with another offering to let fans know she’s not going to wait to receive her flowers.
On his fourth album, Earl Sweatshirt strives to give listeners a taste of his style that they aren’t familiar with, but is filled with flavor and personality.