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.
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.