On the eve of Freddie Gibbs' latest record 'Soul Sold Separately' releasing, Will Hagle ranks the rapper's past projects and revisits the eras that made him one of the game's most consistent talents.
Shrapknel has fully clicked as a duo, with the group’s chemistry gelling into a brand-new animal, Son Raw writes.
On the legendary producer's latest, he returns to the fundamentals with a sense of urgency to nourish hip-hop's beating heart.
Avalanche Kaito's new project is punk in every sense of the word, a sound that transgresses and deconstructs, but also has the virtue of advancing traditional West African music, Leonel writes.
On Gunn's latest, a result of a 48-hour recording marathon, he farms out the creative work to a corps of b-list genre artists in an effort to reach a “museum rap" pinnacle.
Nancy Mounir's elegiac and ghostly dialogue with century-old nahda music makes her something of The Caretaker of Egypt.
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.