Every Kendrick Lamar project ranked, from the self-titled EP to his latest studio album.
Brooklyn legend AZ finally delivers the highly anticipated sequel to his classic debut, twenty-five years after its release, displaying his immense growth as an emcee since then.
Buffalo’s finest trendsetter returns with the final installment to a legendary mixtape series.
The trusted formula Drake has constantly relied on turns stale, an artist stubborn towards change and in excessive autopilot.
Donda is a colossal playlist of joy, scattered with remarkable songs tainted by indecision and exhausting context.
The underground’s most ambitious duo returns with another cutting-edge project.
Nas and Hit-Boy show that sequels can be better than the original, reinstating Nas as a cross-generational Midas.
Harlem native, Dave East and Brooklyn-bred producer, Harry Fraud, come together to bring a new energy into the lost art of mafioso rap.
Logic returns with a half baked project that doesn’t do much except tarnish his acclaimed “final album”.
For its 10-year anniversary, we reflect on the impact and quality of Jay-Z and Kanye West’s ‘Watch the Throne’.
Isaiah Rashad’s return finds him reoccupying his lane of chilled out, lowkey hip hop.
All solo Aesop Rock albums ranked from worst to best.