Marquis Hill and his band come through with a vibrant blend of dynamic jazz and conscious hip hop on Modern Flows, Vol. 2.
The full-length debut from Latin trap popularizer Bad Bunny mostly sounds standard even in the context of stateside pop rap.
21 Savage's latest album delivers on its title.
The Postal Service's only album stands as an indietronic masterpiece and one of the best albums of the aughts.
Meek Mill's celebratory new album ends up being a mixed bag of mostly generic pop rap.
Despite its occasional lyrical missteps and production that's maybe a little too standard for Black Thought, this second Streams of Thought EP is nearly as solid as the first.
Skins is one of the year's least gratifying albums, but out of everyone involved in its creation, X is probably the least at blame.
Despite being Ski Mask the Slump God's debut commercial album, Stokeley is about as brief and inconsistent as the mixtapes leading up to it.