Metro Boomin’ was the producer of the year in 2017, and in my opinion, it wasn’t even close. His rapport with trap artists such as Offset, 21 Savage and Future made him a go-to-guy, especially for artists who needed some kind of spark to get their career going. […]
Action Bronson is one funny ass dude. When he raps, you never know which angle he’s going to come from, which usually sparks confusion and plenty of WTF moments. In “White Bronco,” he doesn’t change his style, only the type of instrumentals he raps over.
Apollo Brown & Joell Ortiz give rap fans the lyrical fix they need in “Mona Lisa.”
Look who decided to make his unexpected return to the hip hop scene today, folks! To be completely honest with you, I am not the biggest fan of BlocBoy JB, mainly because I see him as your average trap rapper that lacks originality. However, I can’t argue with […]
Freddie Gibbs, Curren$y and Alchemist’s joint project “Fetti” finally hit the net, and trust me, it is tougher than my nappy ass Nigerian hair!
Mick Jenkins is a different breed of rapper. He can spit bars as ferocious as anyone else in the game, but is intent on instilling wisdom and complicated deliveries into the grand scheme of his music. In his latest project, “Pieces Of A Man,” a title inspired by […]
Once upon a time, Black Eyed Peas were a high-selling musical act that had at least one hit a year. As time passed, they’ve become a bit of a forgotten commodity in the game, which is quite a surprise considering how high they were when they were at […]
My favorite Pip Squeak in the hip hop game has finally gotten his chance to show the world that he is more than just a ringtone rapper with the release of “Sincerely, Tokyo.”
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Jeremih and Ty Dolla $ign are two of the most important R&B singers in the game right now. They are both go-to artists for rappers that want some soulful crooning in their music, and in their solo efforts, I […]
Tory Lanez has worked his way into hip hop’s elite by hard-work and determination. In “Love Me Now,” he talks about finally being on rap’s Mount Rushmore, touching on the good, the bad and ‘the ugly that comes with success for literally 16 straight bangers.