The 30 best hip-hop and R&B LPs since January 1, 2010.
"I can throw your soda cans away, roll your blunts for you, whatever."
MTV reduced the role of artists from a tool of social and political impact to something lucrative and artificial.
Rae Sremmurd, Run The Jewels, Nyck @ Knight, The Underachievers and more are proving the timelessness of the rap duo.
"If I want to be a solo artist, [I’ll] just rap in the shower by myself."
Listen to the adrenaline-fueled first single off the forthcoming 'Baby Driver' soundtrack.
The once-relentlessly pessimistic soul came home with a powerful message of hope.
"I love my job so, for me, I never ever in my life have to return to anything criminal."
In the words of Killer Mike himself: do dope, fuck hope.
The first collaborative project between Mike and El is proof positive that the two were born to work together.
If the music's good enough, fans will pay for it even when it's also available for free.
Please hip-hop Gods, let an album happen.
The “Nobody Speak” collaborators get a perfect pairing in this expert mash-up.
This is the music that makes you want to fight in a bar, riot in the streets, challenge the establishment, and behead your oppressor.
"I know we give it away for free but there really is no reason to feel compelled to command that people not support us if they want to."
El-P and Killer Mike just gave their fans the ultimate holiday gift.