On Wax: Danny Brown, Travis Scott, Gucci Mane + More

On Wax: Danny Brown, Travis Scott, Gucci Mane + More

Danny Brown Dropped Fifth Album Modern underground legend, Danny Brown, has released his newest album, uknowhatimsayin¿ It comes after one of his most critically acclaimed projects, and Danny manages to deliver. This new album is executively produced by Q-Tip from A Tribe Called Quest, which gave the album a great blend of both artists’ style of hip-hop […]

On Wax: Young M.A, DaBaby, Tee Grizzley + More

On Wax: Young M.A, DaBaby, Tee Grizzley + More

Young M.A Drops Debut Long overdue, Young M.A graces fans with her debut album, Herstory in the Making. Having a small glimpse of the project from her singles, like “PettyWap” and “Stubborn Ass,” the album is stacked with 20 tracks plus a “PettyWap 2” bonus. Young M.A wanted to make this album personal, so it doesn’t […]

On Wax: Post Malone, EARTHGANG, IDK + More

On Wax: Post Malone, EARTHGANG, IDK + More

Post Malone Ascends into Superstar Status After much anticipation, Post Malone has released his third album, Hollywood’s Bleeding. The album might seem safe on the surface, but there’s no denying the genius behind the artist’s craft. Instrumentally, the project can feel very grandiose with lush and strangely, beautiful sounds. Post definitely goes all out on features, […]

On Wax: Brockhampton, Missy Elliott, and Rapsody + More

On Wax: Brockhampton, Missy Elliott, and Rapsody + More

Brockhampton’s Most Emotional Album A year after the release of Iridescence, Brockhampton returns with their fifth studio album, Ginger. The boy band seems to be more sad than usual this time around, as the group puts all emotions and feelings on the table. The group finally opens up about their previous member, Ameer, while showcasing their current feelings. […]

On Wax: Rick Ross, Trippie Redd, Blueface + More

On Wax: Rick Ross, Trippie Redd, Blueface + More

Rick Ross Returns Thirteen years after the original, Rick Ross has released Port of Miami 2. The album comes with 15 well-crafted tracks, and Ross is great as ever with his signature low cadence mixed with plenty of variety. The Florida rapper manages to switch between hard-hitting trap bangers, alongside more traditional hip-hop instrumentals. While Ross […]

On Wax: Chance The Rapper, YBN Cordae, Rich Brian + More

On Wax: Chance The Rapper, YBN Cordae, Rich Brian + More

Chance Finally Dropped His Debut After three successful mixtapes and establishing a large following, Chance The Rapper has released his first album. The Big Day is a lengthy blend of dance, hip-hop, and ‘90s R&B. Chance manages to do lot with some unlikely features to help him along the way. Most notably, the album features film composer […]

On Wax: Nas, Maxo Kream + More

On Wax: Nas, Maxo Kream + More

Nas Unearths Lost Tracks It has been 17 years since Nas gave us The Lost Tapes, and now the Queensbridge rapper delivered the sequel. The Lost Tapes II features tracks from as far back as 2006, which most of them didn’t make his previous four albums. Nas is as lyrical as ever over these tracks, featuring production from […]

On Wax: Big K.R.I.T., Blood Orange + More

On Wax: Big K.R.I.T., Blood Orange + More

K.R.I.T. IZ HERE Never has an artist perfectly embodied southern hip-hop like Big K.R.I.T. The Mississippi artist adds another stellar project to his already amazing discography. On K.R.I.T. IZ HERE, he continues to push the musical aesthetics of the South. From soulful samples to 808 bass with rattling high-hats, K.R.I.T.’s accent, flow, and cadence all deliver […]

On Wax: Freddie Gibbs & Madlib, Daniel Caesar, + More

On Wax: Freddie Gibbs & Madlib, Daniel Caesar, + More

Freddie Gibbs + Madlib = Bandana Five years after Freddie Gibbs and Madlib dropped their critically acclaimed album, Piñata, and the two have just released a new project. Bandana is a continuation of the great chemistry seen from Freddie and Madlib in the past, and Gibbs continues to push his conscious street rap over a sample-heavy production. […]