Many of the songs on Is He Real? are either too underdeveloped or lacking in a distinct voice to capitalize fully on the fundamentals and promising concept IDK brings to the table.
North Carolina rapper Rapsody's newest album is a thoughtful tribute to black women, and her most ambitious concept to date.
Even though Cordae wears some of his contemporary influences on his sleeve, The Lost Boy is a solid and promising debut album.
Despite having similar shortcomings, Revenge of the Dreamers III is arguably the most promising posse album to have dropped in the past year or so.
It's hard not to nod in agreement with what Dave's saying throughout Psychodrama, but generic instrumentals and humdrum flows don't translate many of his good points into captivating songs.
Though GREY Area isn't the most cutting-edge rap album out there, there's not a spot on it where Little Simz falters even slightly.
The eccentric Southern rapper 2 Chainz drops a mixed attempt at a mature album.
What Happens When I Try to Relax is an interesting mini-chapter in the ongoing OME saga.