Two of the underground’s most obscure artists reconnect for the sequel to their first full-fledged collaborative effort.
London emcee Skirmish drops the visuals for his latest track, the lyrically sharp “I’m Not Involved”.
Cordae continues to showcase unfulfilled potential; a young talent with the bars that’s lacking the charisma.
East London icon Devlin has returned with his fifth studio album, Eyes for the Blind.
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.
Gunna calmly exercises the trap formula on DS4EVER, embodying how fun he can make songs that are plain and simple.
Canadian producer Im’perativ lines up underground emcees for his latest track.
On his ambitious fifth album, The Weeknd continues down the route of cinematic soundtracks that bridge the past with the future; this time through purgatory bops.
The unexpected combination of the Bronx-bred rapper and the North Carolina producing legend pays tribute to a sound that raised a generation.
Birmingham rapper Kavo pays homage to the classic Nike trainer, grabbing grime icon RA to assist him.
Hip hop duo Mudai and Mad Sadiq drop their debut single, “MO”.