The beats are banging but without lyrics, it can be hard to cling dear.
With the celebrity rap battle show "Drop The Mic" coming soon, DX looks at a few stars who could probably hold their own in a lyrical showdown.
More reggae, more grime, more trap, and more sad boy make “More Life” sound like a gathering of the rap game’s United Nations, which makes Drake the Attorney-General.
With a little help from the tested “bars over bangers” formula, J. Cole’s’ newest signee shows he’s ready to star on the team.
The Miami festival's performers include Kendrick Lamar, Future, Lil Wayne, Travis Scott, Young Thug, Migos, Run The Jewels, Action Bronson and dozens more.
The only things all the way up on this album are Remy’s bars and a handful of beats.
Looking at Drake and Wizkid's latest collaboration through the lens of their 2016 mega-hit "One Dance."
When being cool just isn’t enough.
A release so mediocre, it’s impossible to look past the ghostwriting allegations that continue to haunt his name.
CJ Fly is ruthless with the rhymes but still remains Pro Era’s #2.
The project won't change your mind naysayers who think Drillnois Durk is dull but still leaves an impression with a few quotables.
The artist formerly known as Lil Herb buys himself some time before the release of his debut LP with a more sophisticated side to his Chicago drill time spitter.
Abel keeps his edge and ambition amid the obvious commercial aspirations but doesn't walk away with any flat-out classics.
The Colonel's latest mixtape is definitely hotter than Tabasco but won’t necessarily make your eyes water.
With help from a few notable featured guests, some Xannies and Percs, Belly tries to describe his “vibe.”
Rap has been a love/hate affair for Jump Off Joe Beezy as of late. And thanks to a little help from AraabMUZIK, he is finally is starting to take it all in stride.
A 45-minute showing of the Houston heavyweight just going through the motions. Even the beats aren't worth mentioning.
Get ready to throw your dubs up.
In the constant battle between mumble and lyrical, Locksmith finds himself on the side with the bars and swatting away everyone who disagrees.
A harmonious mix of peace, positivity and pretty slick rhymes on the Cali duo's overdue debut