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 Brooklyn rapper’s third album searches for importance as it tethers to the brass tracks, still firmly connected to the era that defines his career.
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 Kentucky rapper’s sophomore album is a mundane cringe-fest.
The Queen heavyweight returns with another action-packed project, leaving listeners with an adrenaline rushing journey into the mind of a maniac.
Ransom drops his first full-length release of the year, ‘No Rest for the Wicked’.
The Compton star is plagued with trauma on his first album in five years; a conflicted oracle that finds Lamar at his most sincere, astute and controversial.
French-Cameroon rapper Dirtsa has dropped the engaging single “Say Shit!”, a trap banger with booming personality.