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Lil Uzi Vert takes us back to 2016 with the release of “LUV vs. The World 2.”
In the third month of the year, Rich The Kid looks to go 3/3 with “Boss Man.”
Jay Electronica’s highly-anticipated “A Written Testimony” album will make you fall in love with rap again.
One of the most unorthodox rappers in hip-hop history looks to shock the world with “Find The Beat.”
Don Tolliver turns the hip-hop game upside with his debut album “Heaven Or Hell.”
Rhythm and Flow winner D Smoke makes his triumphant debut with “Black Habits.”
“Eternal Atake,” Lil Uzi Vert’s most important album to-date, seeks to live up to lofty expectations.
Jhene Aiko embraces her turbulent heart and healed soul in “Chilombo.”