Despite muddied production, PRhyme 2 acts as a worthy olive branch to the next generation of hip-hop.
Articles by Karas Lamb
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.
The Norwegian rapper’s storytelling chops have finally matured to match his showmanship.
Love is what elevates this project and confirms that it was worth the wait.
Spirituals that speak to the raw experiences of manhood and the promise of the divine.
Outkast MC sets sights on the stars for his third solo album and captures some flashes of brilliance.
A debut full-length that proves that the singer’s ballooning popularity is well deserved.
K-Dot throws off the messianic trappings of a rap god and contemplates mortality.
A cinematic opus plied with electrodes, stuffed into a cannon, and shot straight through the disco’s doors.
The Georgia hip-hop trio make it clear that the South still got something to say.