Articles by Brian Josephs
Digital — but not heartless.
Snoop does his static electric slide over Pharrell beats.
Obnox hasn’t lost much steam with his second release of the year.
Twenty years later, 2Pac’s reflective masterpiece offers clues to his larger legacy.
Death Grips’ final (?) project is one of their most palatable.
George Lewis Jr.’s latest continues his aesthetic development, but lacks some thrills.
A surprise, but not really.
To some, love is violence, stalking, and destruction of property.
His losing streak continues.
Revisiting the albums upon which one of hip-hop’s mightiest empires was built.
Division and confusion run through the legendary group’s most recent project.