Westside Gunn delivered what he says is his last studio album in And Then You Pray For Me, which finds him embracing a new sound.
JID, one of the standout rappers in the Dreamville Records camp, delivers on his promising talent with The Forever Story.
Roc Marciano locks in with celebrated producer The Alchemist for their highly anticipated collaboration, The Elephant Man's Bones.
Drake and his seventh album Honestly, Nevermind find the Canadian superstar toying with House and Dance music tracks with confidence.
Now calling his own shots, La Maquina released his long-awaited major-label solo debut album God Don't Make Mistakes and it is without question an early contender for album of the year.
The Chattanooga rapper has taken care to release his third album in seven years in The House Is Burning and while the wait was more than worth it, it may have been absolutely necessary.
The prolific Chicago rapper and singer released a pair of back-to-back albums without even a single dip quality.
Busta Rhymes could very easily rest on the heels of his past success, having cemented himself as one of the greats of not only his era but of all time, arguably. However, there's plenty more left in the tank if the rapper's latest set Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath Of God stands as an effective marker.
The prolific Chicago rapper and singer floats on another soulful release to stand among the best in his catalog.
The Syracuse, N.Y. rapper and singer gets stellar production from Roc Marciano and does all the heavy lifting himself vocally.
The debut album from the talented New Orleans rapper features Roc Nation honcho Jay-Z in scene-stealing form.
The so-called “blog era” introduced a number of influential Hip-Hop acts — Pac Div, Charles Hamilton, Danny!, Kidz In The Hall, and the duo of Sir Michael Rocks and Chuck Inglish as The Cool Kids, among many others. The former Mikey Rocks, who embarked on a prolific solo run before rejoining the group, has unleashed […]