Although Roddy Ricch‘s rap-singing style is of-the-moment, there’s an identity to his sound on ‘Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial.’
‘Netflix & Deal’ is as indulgent as a bucket of movie theater popcorn with just a little too much butter.
The actual music on ‘The Juice Vol. II’ is good—great, even. It just feels over-produced.
On 'Sweet Insomnia,' Gallant constructs a body of work tailored entirely around his greatest strength: his voice.
Yoh sits down with East Atlanta rapper Grip, whose new album, 'Snubnose,' showcases a narrator who turns slices-of-reality into fictional, detailed raps.
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.