Mos Def understood that hip-hop was a culture built on connectivity.
The brash, Detroit emcee doesn’t sound reinvented, but reborn.
Young M.A’s long-awaited debut is a tale told two years too late.
JPEGMAFIA remains one of rap’s most confrontational, adventurous artists.
Malone makes the most of his pliable vocal tone, pop-sensibilities, and curatorial ear while downplaying his greatest weakness: himself.
The South Carolina native is cruising down life’s windy highway searching for new experiences.
bLAck pARty’s ‘Endless Summer’ is a celestial mood board, unique to his idiosyncratic sensibilities.
This is grown man rap; not just grown men rapping.
Cuco uses ‘Para Mi’ to show us just how little footing we actually have.
‘The Big Day’ is an album that gives you something to talk about.
'DIE FOR MY BITCH' lacks definitive vision but displays the full arsenal of Baby Keem’s artistic range.
‘Dragonfly’ is perfect for the dog days of summer.
'K.R.I.T. IZ HERE' finds Big K.R.I.T. having the most fun of his career.
'Revenge of The Dreamers III' is a summer blockbuster.
"'Bandana' is the definition of dope boy magic."
'7 EP' is a collection of eight unfocused songs engineered to recreate the crossover genre success of "Old Town Road."
This isn’t a project with a lofty goal to meet; it’s an endurance test.
The artistic wunderkinds summoned the best of each other.
"I feel less like I’ve escaped New York and more like I came back from the bodega with the wrong bottle of Snapple."
"You’ll find yourself drawn into the Emotional Oranges universe."
Listening to Logic’s 'Confessions of a Dangerous' Mind provides a puzzling sensation.
Young Nudy and Pi'erre Bourne turn in an effort exemplifying their collective proficiencies.