Lesser-known gems that go straight to the heart of the beloved late hip-hop artist.
Articles by Lucy Shanker
The Atlanta trap god rarely hits a dull spot across 19 feature-heavy tracks.
The Chicago native never quite connects with songs about fatherhood, God, and marriage.
All the guest artists in the world only distract Sheeran from finding his own authentic voice.
Album Review: Dreamville and J. Cole Present a Scattered View of the Hip-Hop Landscape on Revenge of the Dreamers III
Thirty-four guest artists and 27 producers flesh out the proceedings on J. Cole’s latest project.
Lethargic raps and beats largely come across as lazy and half-baked.
Album Review: Jamila Woods’ LEGACY! LEGACY! Pairs Forward-Looking Optimism with Raw Historical Truths
On her second full-length album, the Chicago staple looks at life through the eyes of black cultural icons.
Some air gets let out of the New Orleans group’s sophomore full-length
These women are producing some of the best music in the game — and redefining the often male-dominated industry.
A triumph that belongs more to the subject than the actual film.
The artist throws her name into contention for the queen of contemporary pop.
SABA, family, and friends explore emotional turmoil and triumph together on their latest collaboration.