Mr. Wonderful isn’t everything for everybody, but it seems to belong completely to Bronson.
With Dark Sky Paradise, Big Sean is prepared to leave his mark.
Compton is Dre’s eye-witness proclamation of his past, present and future wrapped in a slick post-Obama package.
As a whole, there’s very little that’s progressive about B4.Da.$$ but it’s a distinguished retread and the most polished project the young emcee has put out to date.
To Pimp A Butterfly is ambitious in its attempt to inspire a generation to change the world for the better and poignant enough to actually do so.
GO:OD AM showcases maturity beyond Miller’s years, the result of which is a cohesive project that is as cohesive as it is profound.
Buzzing Atlanta based duo Rae Sremmurd offer more than enough reason to wild out on their Interscope debut SremmLife.
The vast majority of the album features strong production and some of the best lyricism Game has ever spit.
This isn’t an album as much as it is a burgeoning pop epic that’s likely to develop into something more ostentatious. Beauty Behind The Madness is The Weeknd’s superstar coming out party.
Ty delivers a light, layered debut, with more depth than we thought could be drawn out of the trap&B sound he helped usher into the mainstream.