Max B and French Montana recall the chemistry of their early mixtape days and add to their legacy on Coke Wave 4.
In he and Madlib’s newest collaborative project, Freddie Gibbs masterfully sticks to what’s worked for the bulk of his career.
iLoveMakonnen's songs are relentless hooky and impossible to forget, and yet they’re too daring and weird to exist on the radio with any regularity.
Before going on tour with Billie Eilish, Denzel Curry speaks about homesickness for Miami and freestyling every track on his ZUU album.
On his sixth full-length IGOR, Tyler the Creator grapples with what's become the central tension of his music: cynicism versus earnest expression.
In his early mixtape days, Lupe Fiasco painted a much more murky picture of his world than his studio albums eventually would soon after.
billy woods' Hiding Places is one of the most compelling rap projects of the year.
Nipsey Hussle, who was fatally shot on Sunday, leaves behind an uncompromising body of work and a legacy rooted in hometown pride.
David Banner's 'Mississippi: The Album' is rarely remembered for being a textbook conscious rap album.
“Let’s Go” by Drakeo the Ruler & Bambino featuring 03 Greedo is a west coast anthem that means so much more.
The Florida native’s pop sensibilities have Dominic Fike poised for stardom, one hook at a time.