The Bug delivers a new album that reads more like two decent EPs.
TX rapper, producer, and songwriter Travis $cott delivers a mixtape that’s only marginally better than his previous effort, Owl Pharaoh.
Raury’s Indigo Child fuses hip hop and pop-flavored indie folk in the blandest way possible.
The latest album from New York’s Uncommon Nasa is as grimy as it is experimental and conceptual.
Armand Hammer drops a post-album EP of fan-pleasing odds ‘n’ ends.
Chicago MC Mick Jenkins drops a verbose and water-themed mixtape.
Despite this being the commercial debut of this New York hip hop duo, the Underachievers are sounding a bit rougher than they did on their breakthrough tape Indigoism.
Mellowhype’s latest project shows an enjoyable increase in technical skill since their last full-length affair–even if the end the result is sort of generic.
Husky-voiced Chicago rapper Mick Jenkins drops a moving and metaphorical video for his upcoming project titled The Water[s]. It’s officially out August 12th.
“Jazz” features a beautiful, minimal beat that’s guided by what I think are some gleaming vibraphone melodies. I love the way the chorus swells, and Mick’s hook is laid back, but monstrous! Like usual, his bars are thoughtful and interesting.
I can’t wait for the 12th!