The very underrated/talented Rexx Life Raj does it all in “Father Figure 3: Somewhere Out There.”
Elina Laivera’s “Alchemy” is an album that will speak to every part of your soul.
ChrisDaCEO bosses up yet again in “Mafia Season.”
Rich Pablo Juan is one of the trappers we tend to underrate. Not only is he a more than capable rapper, but he’s also plugged into the hip-hop game, too. In “DMV,” his latest project, Juan shines by gifting us with music that is grungy, authentically trap, and […]
Earl Sweatshirt is hella talented, but also hella unorthodox, too. In “Some Rap Songs,” his last album, I felt like he purposely spit powerful bars over instrumentals that were recovering drug addicts. in “Feet Of Clay,” his latest project, Earl continues to attack junkie ass beats, ultimately sounding […]
Shannon Sharpe may not be fond of Westside Gunn, but we are! Not only is he trill as f**k, but he’s also a proven spitter that has been approved by the great Eminem, too (He’s a Shady records signee). Before releasing “What Would Chine Do” later this year, […]
Gang Starr is a legendary rap duo that most kids born after 2003 probably don’t know about; that’s mainly because that is the last time they were able to drop an album together. With that being said, “One Of The Best Yet” is what I am assuming to […]
Yelawolf shows the world his kill-a-rapper, vulnerable and underdog side in “Ghetto Cowboy.”
Feed The Weird bring trap metal to the forefront in “666 Way$$$.”
Somewhere from heaven, Lil Peep dropped “Goth Angel Sinner” for us — a three track EP that features bleeding trap beats, disturbing lyrics, and singing that is pretty fearless. Personally, I think the project is yet another example of how talented Peep was as a musician.