Kelela, Khalid, Jay Electronica, and Kali Uchis thrive on Randall’s Island.
Articles by Gary Suarez
Things have gotten ugly in hip-hop long before Pusha-T and Drake.
Coke rap’s poet laureate continues to amaze with age as he rhymes about the hustle and grind.
A collection of seminal studio debuts that proves first time can absolutely be the charm.
In an overcrowded hip-hop marketplace, the Harlem rapper’s unflinching artistry demands attention.
A handful of artists poised to make huge noise this year.
“Whatever you’d expect Justin Timberlake to do, I’m definitely going for it.”
Keef’s return registers more like a cautionary tale against squandering the spotlight.
A slowly blossoming artist leaving buzzworthy virality in favor of something more substantial.
Offset and Savage are out to confirm their top-tog status with the help of Metro Boomin.
The band maintain their ferocity while reaping the benefits of newfound self-control.
Enough to satisfy core fans but very little in the way of memorable moments.