Nothing if not consistent, with "Rather You Than Me," Rick Ross shows little artistic growth while making a convincing argument for why he’s come to be ranked within today’s elite.
Following a time when personal turmoil had Ill Camille ready to quit making music, she returns stronger than ever to keeps shooting for the stars.
Chachi continues running in place, but that may not be a bad thing for him.
This fourth studio album go-around is an uphill battle, as Dom Kennedy settles for underachievement to the dismay of Team Light Skin.
Full of strange mishaps that are almost to be expected considering Yasiin Bey’s past few erratic years, “December 99th” begs the question: Does anyone need to be this #woke?
Without a shred of self-importance, J. Cole seeks empathy for those stuck in their own way now that he’s as close to the mountaintop as ever. The music is decent, too.
Determined to keep Hip Hop’s soul alive with her newfound platform, Sister Raps blends femininity and humanity often in the same breath.
Q-Tip’s modest leadership fulfills ATCQ’s divine mission to raise the bar, as their swan song leaves them with one of the strongest discographies the game has ever seen.
Merely an appetizer for the full plate, Mr. Slaugterhouse serves a dish that shows how severely underrated he can be — when he’s fully focused.
The scariest thing about this holiday-themed project is JODY HiGHROLLER still has a following to speak of.
With no one to answer to, the Pac Div frontman's love for music and making it shines through his completely self-produced solo debut.
That moment when you're unafraid to swing for the fences to reach the next level, even if you foul.
Having paid dues for nearly a decade now, Blu is a veteran taking risks no matter how questionable.
With this Gnarls Barkley style release, Fudge aims to be something greater than the sum of Michael Christmas and Prefuse 73.
With Max B's freedom on the horizon, many younger Hip Hop fans have been publicly asking why do people care so much about the caged wave god. Besides the obviousness of him being locked up, Jesse Fairfax gives a convoluted overview of the life of Charly Wingate from a New Yorker's lens.
Hip Hop was derived from the environment around its most talented rappers. Which comes as no surprise to the amount of pharmaceutical references found in even the most classic of records.
The story of a rap career turned disastrous.
Neighborhood Nip continues to be a necessary influence on those aspiring to up their own position.
“The Land” is everything a typical movie soundtrack should aspire to be with cinematic stories told through popular music.
As Hip Hop’s most active veteran, Snoop Dogg truly enjoys making music despite being set for life.