"Calling 'Some Rap Songs' a challenging album would be an understatement."
As a man of many skills, the Pro Era artist is his own life raft on his sophomore solo album.
'The Black Album' was meant to be a once-in-a-career album.
We take a look back on the classic '36 Chambers,' 25 years after its release.
Is this the album Lil Peep would have wanted to put out?
Metro Boomin is moving on his time, and it’s far from being up.
On ‘Hood Favorite,’ Critch mainly focuses on setting trends over chasing hits.
'Fetti' is short and sweet, and will leave you wishing it would never end.
'Pieces of a Man' encourages listeners to lose themselves within Mick Jenkins' thoughts, but tests how much of his mind they're interested in unraveling.
'MihTy' is a collection of safe songs that are too formulaic to be interesting.
After an extended wait, 'mō'zā-ik' feels even more like a special occasion.
'WRLD ON DRUGS' provides a high, just not as high as the creators claim to be.
'Drip Harder' is the 'Bad Boys' of 2018, with Lil Baby and Gunna operating on pure charisma and style like trap's answer to Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.
Five years later, we examine how Vic Mensa's breakout mixtape traverses all sides of destiny and dreams.
This is the story of 'Mos Def & Talib Kweli Are Black Star,' 20 years later.
For the 20th anniversary of 'Aquemini,' we spoke with Organized Noize about the album's legacy.
"I wasn’t ready for this album."
Tribe's fifth album was born out of conflict, and never received the promotion it deserved. Twenty years later, it's time to reevaluate.
The boyband's RCA Records debut is both the shock of the present and the demand of a future.
'DROGAS WAVE' is typically complex for Lupe, and it's peppered with definitive greatness.
Fifteen years ago, Kanye promised that his 'College Dropout' album series would end with 'Good Ass Job.' What happened?
On her highly anticipated 'Telefone' follow-up, Noname's joy is inextinguishable.
6LACK's sophomore album is a late-night blockbuster.
Even without his voice, Masego's music is the star.
The SaveMoney MC drops his first project since 2016's 'iiiDrops.'
Jeezy's third album was as timely as it was timeless.
The GRAMMY-winning album is now 20 years old.
‘Doris’ is an out of body experience for difficult emotions and hard to swallow pills.
The Louisville rapper continues forging his identity on his Atlantic debut.
‘tobi lou and the Juice’ is the procession for burying what we understood to be youth.
It's that time again.
Choker ventures even further into left-field, experimental territory on his 'Peak' follow-up.
Miller's fifth studio album is honest and immaculately arranged look at what it means to try and fail.