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Young Thug does not disappoint with his second epic, ‘Punk’

The most influential rapper of the last decade released his second studio album, “Punk,” at 12 a.m. PST. on Friday, Oct. 15. The title,...

J. Cole shows no sign of slowing down with his latest...

Fayettvilles’s very own J. Cole has returned with his sixth full length album, “The Off-Season.” This album marks his return after a deadly pandemic...

Seafood Sam floats on the beat as he paints his success...

Long Beach native Seafood Sam has returned with a new project, “Rocco’s World,” where he sticks to his formula of bumping West Coast beats...

SAINt JHN flips the bird to the current state of the...

Brooklyn MC SAINt JHN has crash landed back on the scene with his sophomore album “While The World Was Burning.” This is the follow...

The proof is in the pudding in Benny the Butcher’s new...

Griselda Records signee and one-third of the Griselda collective, Benny the Butcher, is back and better than ever in his long awaited project “Burden...

Westside Gunn shows who makes the sun shine with his long...

Shady Records signee and one third of the group Griselda, Westside Gunn has returned with his highly anticipated debut record “Who Made The Sunshine.”...

The Vapors keep it “Together” after forty years absent

1981 was a year of various news: Reagan was made president, the shuttle Columbia was sent into space and in far lesser news, The...

Gunna shows zero slump in his sophomore album “Wunna”

Atlanta native and YSL signee Gunna is back with his sophomore album “WUNNA.” It’s been his first full-length project since his debut record “Drip...

Future returns with his new high-octane album “High Off Life” 

Atlanta’s very own king of misogyny, Future Hendrixx, Future Vandross, otherwise known as  Future, has returned with a hefty 21 track record “High Off...

The good, the bad and the ‘Invisible People:’ a Chicano Batman...

The Good By: Christian Valdez, CW Chicano Batman’s natural ability to transform and redefine genres culminates in the evolutionary success of “Invisible People,” (2020) an unbound...