Cardi B finessed her way into the game and now there’s nothing stopping her from getting to the top.
For all intensive purposes, Kevin Hart is good. Just not good enough.
Monte Booker is quietly building and growing a movement that in years may be at the apex of hip-hop.
Since dropping Ghetto Fabolous back in 2001 with DJ Clue, Fabolous has always taken a liking for punchlines, metaphors, and similes.
If we can get more mashups like these I’m totally down for it.
Between his three efforts, Stizz has practically laid out the game plan on how to outwork your competition and wait for your come-up.
The only thing worse than not having money is having money and not knowing what to do with it.
He’s somewhat of a folklore cult hero in many aspects that, somehow, everyone grew to love.
17 deserves every praise it gets and, regardless of the man behind the lyrics, deserves to be in AOTY contention. Let’s see if society agrees.
With less than a third of the year left, Smino’s debut still surfaces in album of the year conversations and rightfully so.