Brother Mob’s latest is like an underwhelming dessert after a delicious main course.
The kid may be a victim of a much more than bullying: institutionalized racism.
The Cleveland native debut album reveals the promise of an excellent career.
The Slaughterhouse rep lyrically shreds everything in his path, including his own beats.
Marcus’ latest is the pity party of the year.
The Still Movin MC gets the job done with a surprise album — the same day Hopsin dropped his.
Hopping out the Maybach and into his Chevy for his most aggressive project to date.
Chalk up more credence for Toronto’s Hip Hop scene.
Catching up with the creators of the turn-of-the-century classic because … things just ain’t the same for gangstas.
Game 7 intensity in Hip Hop form.
Hip Hop meets Halloween!
The King Remembered In Time's latest adds to the brief list of outstanding double rap albums.
Big K.R.I.T. looks to join Hip Hop's elite with his double LP, "4eva Is A Mighty Long Time."
Same name, same bity but different artist.
Allow Lando Calrissian to reintroduce himself.
Gucci Mane looks to join the club when he weds Keyshia Ka’Oir this week.
T.I. leads the charge for a helluva party.
With chemistry like Walt and Jesse.
The album lacks a tight focus but retains quality music.
The Reach Records rapper paints a complete self-portrait with his latest album.
The Ball family invites controversy into their lives.