And that's all you can ask for an up-and-coming artist.
An open, honest effort for the underground.
Jazz, funk, rhythm, they got. Check out this personal account.
The multitalented Wisconsin artist plants his roots for future success.
Chicago’s latest rising MC/producer has seemed to find his lane and it's the unbeaten path.
Anything other than a lush instrumental from this Philly artist would be uncivilized.
If the term still exists in 2016, underground fans will definitely flock to this release.
HipHopDX contributor Andrew Gretchko got a first-listen experience of the new album which features Bilal, Robert Glasper, Marsha Ambrosius, BJ The Chicago Kid and Syd Tha Kyd of The Internet.
Preaching positivity, one glass of water at a time.
The festivities went down at the Stance Soho Store located at 510 Broadway.
Production skills are put to the test on this instrumental album, taking listeners through his day on The Odd Tape."
...that doesn’t make him the best rapper out. Allow me to explain.
Producers take note: Kaytranada has set a new standard.
Years after his death J Dilla is still blessing fans with his crafty production and creative wordplay on The Diary.
With 114, Lais aims to prove that he’s more than just another fan of his hometown heroes.
A self-titled debut that simply lacks the spirit to succeed.
When it comes to Statik Selektah and Crooked I, listeners know what they’re going to get. On Statik KXNG, the duo work to find a balance, stumbling – and occasionally striking gold - along the way.
Migos sticks to their recipe of dab references, trap beats and cocky rhymes on their latest mixtape, appeasing longtime fans but doing little to win new listeners.
Filled with intelligent rhymes and creative beats, Talib Kweli & 9th Wonder’s wide-ranging project’s biggest success is opting for diversity.
Releasing his third full-length studio album GO:OD AM this month, the Pittsburgh emcee/producer has gone through interesting creative phases.
Mac Miller further distances himself from his frat rap past and embraces introspective lyrics on his laid back third studio album, GO:OD AM.