Alchemist’s legacy has been long secured, and ‘The Price of Tea In China’ feels like a level-up for Boldy James.
“If only Eminem cared more about making the best music and not being the best rapper.”
Mac Miller’s sixth studio album, ‘Circles,’ is the moment he comes into himself as a man, as Malcolm.
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.