The underground’s most ambitious artist comes through with another thoughtful masterpiece.
The Culture trilogy by the esteemed Atlanta trio concludes on a lukewarm note where the issue is once again quality control.
Polo G’s third studio album feels unfinished, unsatisfactory and disappointing to those already frustrated with The GOAT.
A brief look into what to expect from Isaiah Rashad’s upcoming studio album, ‘The House Is Burning’.
Lloyd Banks returns from his decade long hiatus to deliver a bar-heavy project which perfectly displays the duality of a street rapper’s life.
Lil Baby and Lil Durk secure their customary streams on a collab album with rapturous performances but zero shelf life.
From the Bay to LA, the two California heavyweights collide to bring forth a long overdue collaboration project that perfectly embodies West Coast gangsta rap.
The posthumous record covers all of DMX’s traditional bases but turns a cold shoulder to having his own voice heard.
After half a decade of tension and beef, rappers Mach-Hommy and Westside Gunn link up for the first time after their cold war to present a classic to the culture.
Two underground titans merge their collectives together to display the family ties that stem from a relationship that goes beyond the hip-hop world.
On his first project in three years, J. Cole revives the hunger from the mixtape days to lay a foundation for something greater to come.
After releasing a compilation that would forecast the next generation of hitmakers, Young Thug and his label, YSL Records have returned with another batch of young guns set to takeover the industry with a steady roster of star-studded features to assist the crew.