The Cool Kid goes solo.
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How does Com's tenth studio album stack up against his best work?
The duo proves that all a good Hip-Hop album needs are dope beats and rhymes.
The Strange Music man's 14th studio album is a mixed bag.
Not quite as bad as it could've been, but falls short of proclaiming 50's back.
Give it some time and it'll grow on you.
The Roots' self-proclaimed "rap opera."
It’s the Swedish singer’s most vulnerable, intimate record to date.
Styles P is on a solo mission.
The Bay Area emcee's debut album manages to be a minor success almost in spite of itself.
Troy Ave's 'BSB Vol. 4' is the strongest entry yet in the 'BSB' series.
Expect less Auto-Tone and more auto-biography from Future on his sophomore album.
'PTSD,' Pharoahe Monch's latest project, is an ambitious--if flawed--follow up to 2011's 'W.A.R.'
Unfortunately, a "new classic" it isn't.
The New Orleans R&B star seems to be carving out his own niche.
There's not a lot worth remembering off 'Remember Me.'