The new album from Nashville's Namir Blade is a reflection of his interests; an imperfect, yet ambitious listen
On their latest album as a duo, Moor Mother and DJ Haram further establish their chemistry and push each other into challenging territories
In an era where most rappers spend their time either tinkering with complex flows or perfecting their lyrics, Kendrick is still blasting complex ideas at you at 100 miles per hour, Son Raw writes.
'Ghost Phone 006' is the label's groggiest release yet, full of stomach-churning synthesizers and vocals beamed in from miles away.
On their latest joint effort, Larry June and Jay Worthy strike gold, reviving the feeling of holiday weekends past to current day aesthetics.
On his latest project, iblss delivers an exemplary art rap album on the simple pleasures of getting back outside.
Luminary lo-fi labels Friends of Friends and Chillhop pair up to launch their first collaborative project. It's bound to put a smile on your face.
Patrick Johnson connects with Eyedress and YUNGMORPHEUS for last year's 'Affable with Pointed Teeth,' an album shrouded in the shadows that still manages to enlighten.
On Earl's latest, he finds clarity in a world diminished by a sickness that's been here long before the pandemic.
Don't mistake this 20 minute project for a minor release. Steel Tipped Dove delivers this most concentrated (and essential) dose of his singular proclivities.