Griselda’s takeover is in session.
Kid Ink is the Lou Williams of the hip-hop game.
Kodak Black has great chemistry with a few rappers in the game.
Lil Durk is a veteran in the game that is capable of playing general for a group of young rap soldiers. In Family Over Everything, he does just that.
DaBaby and Blac Youngsta are both savages. Today, the two decided to link up for a new song called “Like A Pro.” On it, we are gifted to a bass-heavy/out-of-this-worldly instrumental by Jazze Pha, bizarre/reckless bars by Youngsta in which he showers his chick with both compliments and disrespectful requests, and violent/sex-filled bars by Baby.
I love the fact that n***as these days can listen to music and feel uncomfortable.
Billie Eilish flexes her vocal skills in “everything i need.”
Chicago’s very own, Calboy, comes through with a helluva debut in “Wild Boy” — a ten track project that features some impressive melodies and deep ass content real ones can relate to. The project also features guest appearances by Meek Mill, Lil Durk, Yo Gotti and Young Thug […]
For some odd reason, Berner gets tons of respect in the hip-hop game. I get it, he’s a weed-head that makes music you can zone out to, but goddamn, should he have A-list n***as that are apart of his wave (Personally, I don’t think he’s that great of […]
Nobody wants to acknowledge that Lil Baby became legendary overnight…