Two of hip-hop’s most vicious and hardworking emcees verify the resurgence of street rap in its most unfiltered form.
Celebrating 25 years of 2Pac’s final album recorded during his lifetime, ‘The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory’.
On Punk, Young Thug plays it safe for his standards, serving a consistent take on the most popular production style in hip hop right now.
After spending the last few years carving out his name into the landscape of hip-hop, Dreamville’s underdog finally releases his highly anticipated debut project.
Baby Keem’s debut album is ambitious and strives to convey personality, funnelling through a burdening number of ideas.
Birmingham’s M1llionz silences doubters on his debut mixtape, showcasing an artist that could comfortably be here for the long run.
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.