'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.
This was the most satisfying tasting menu she could have offered us.
In the face of great loss, rapper Daniel Dumile perfected a formula.
Those jumbo-sized Crayola boxes wish they had this much color.
Omar Apollo chooses to be a new kind of pop star on 'Friends.'
"Nothing sounds obviously recent or painfully dated; time could never taint the vision of love and infinity on 'The Loop.'"
‘Macadelic’ is maturity in motion.
The essence of 'Piñata' is found beyond Freddie Gibbs' seemingly endless tales of cocaine-slanging and gangbanging.
There’s omnipresent chaos that ebbs and flows throughout 'My Krazy Life.'
Maxo’s vocals are clear, incisive stabs of reflective clairvoyance.
'Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik' is the perfect example of what happens when building community within and alongside the music takes precedence.
On 'When I Get Home,' Solange is saying that blackness is not and should not be for everyone.
Atmosphere’s honesty is our redemption.
'Rap or Go to the League' is 2 Chainz displaying his greatest gift as a rapper: eclecticism.