Boston's own Nat Anglin, formerly known as Natural, drops the long-awaited Welcome To BosAngeles, an album that deftly shifts gears between straight rap and introspective flows, establishing who the
The elusive but clever New York MC by the impossible-to-Google name of SHIRT drops a random loosey. Given that it's really been kind of a terrible summer to be woke thus far, I can feel the sentiment
I was all ready to pass this one by until I peeped the accompanying artwork, not to mention the fact that Alchemist produced it. I'm not mad at this one at all...Bring Money Witchu is dropping soon.
It's been a long time and I shouldn't have left you but I'm slowly but surely getting back in the swing of things and picking up on some gems I missed while I was away from the keyboards. Meyhem Lauren
I don't think anyone would be too offended if Mac Miller just went ahead and made his production-only Larry Fisherman alias his 24-hour identity, from what I've heard so far. On this record, Your Old
Drake Stans spent the better part of last year trying to convince the hip hop community that writing one's own rhymes is unimportant in the wake of their mans' beef with Meek Mill. In my opinion, Meek
I haven't been interested in new Drake material since 2009's So Far Gone. For those that know my writing, it's no surprise that I'm still not interested, but I don't think I've ever shared that I once
Every now and then, you hear a free album or mixtape that makes you actually want to pay the artist for the content. "The Prelude" lets you know off top you're about to hear some music with nutritional
I slept soundly on A$AP Ferg until some time last year when I heard the "Work" remix, featuring French Montana, Trinidad James, Schoolboy Q and fellow A$AP cohort Rocky. The energy on that record alone
If you're like me, you keep waking up in the days after Prince's passing and hoping it was all a dream and that there's still an opportunity to see him perform live because you never had the chance to.