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.
Frisco’s finest levels up on his latest effort, lacing the masses with messages from his luxuriously healthy lifestyle.
The Ukranian-born emcee dumps off his third solo offering of the year, reminding listeners than consistency is key.
Two stoned-out soul brothers reunite to relinquish the retro sound back into the airwaves, paying homage to a sound that dominated an entire coast.
Two West Coast underdog’s reconnect to deliver a joint offering, deeply digging into the aging crisis in hip-hop.
The Toronto giant’s discography ranked worst to best, including mixtapes and albums.
Philly undergrad, Korban Baxter, teams up with up-and-coming producer, HUES, for a 6-track EP.
Sacramento’s hard-hitter, Mozzy, returns with another soul-seeking scripture, further displaying the many hardships that stem from living a street-heavy lifestyle.
The punchline king returns with another self-reflective offering, further solidifying his position as a veteran in this new era of hip-hop.
The Chicago legend’s latest effort strives to bridge the gap between the art world and hip-hop, proving the two worlds are more linked than we assume.
The Ville rapper J. Cole’s discography ranked worst to best.