The underground’s most ambitious artist comes through with another thoughtful masterpiece.
Lloyd Banks returns from his decade long hiatus to deliver a bar-heavy project which perfectly displays the duality of a street rapper’s life.
From the Bay to LA, the two California heavyweights collide to bring forth a long overdue collaboration project that perfectly embodies West Coast gangsta rap.
After half a decade of tension and beef, rappers Mach-Hommy and Westside Gunn link up for the first time after their cold war to present a classic to the culture.
Two underground titans merge their collectives together to display the family ties that stem from a relationship that goes beyond the hip-hop world.
After releasing a compilation that would forecast the next generation of hitmakers, Young Thug and his label, YSL Records have returned with another batch of young guns set to takeover the industry with a steady roster of star-studded features to assist the crew.
Continuing his phenomenal run from last year, the Buffalo MC releases another project, this time finding the right balance between affluence and authenticity for the sound of the album.
The most creative hip-hop duo of all-time’s discography is ranked best to worst.
The sequel to the cult coke rap classic extends the Griselda rapper’s echelon, sticking to his thesis while evolving sonically.
Conway and Big Ghost take the same approach on this album just as their past collaboration: sinister beats along with the grimiest bars you could imagine.
After years of folding under the pressure of major label releases, Logic is back with an unexpected return to the underground scene that helped nurture his early career.
Ranking all of Nas’ solo and collaborative albums from best to worst.