The West Coast rapper picks up where his friend and mentor Nipsey Hussle left off.
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The veteran rapper values the long game over short-lived glory on this next-level record.
A diverse and mature album that suggests Mill indeed belongs in the upper echelon of mainstream rap.
Gates’ everyman hustler persona, charm, and vulnerability are his most valuable assets in his return.
An album that dips into club culture as deftly as it relaxes into burnt sugar.
A self-indulgent, largely evasive, and boring body of work when the beat lets up.
The celebrated emcee sits on the sidelines and fails to connect on a basic human level.
Here’s proof that Yeezy can still shine through all the public outbursts and musical misfires.
Despite muddied production, PRhyme 2 acts as a worthy olive branch to the next generation of hip-hop.
A collection of seminal studio debuts that proves first time can absolutely be the charm.
Johnny Venus and Doctur Dot savor the wild journey on their trilogy’s final extended play.
ATLiens Johnny Venus and Doctur Dot make a pitstop as they blaze towards Mirrorland.