Featuring Detroit innovation, coming-of-age meditations, and more.
Featuring self-discovery, emo-rap, and great songs out of West Oakland.
Exploring the enduring legacy of Juvenile, B.G., Baby, Turk, Mannie Fresh, and a young Lil Wayne.
Featuring personal and heavy music, an exploration of rap styles, living legends, and much more.
Young Thug is now a genre, Eminem rarities are officially available, rap veterans find new ways to shine, and more.
New York street rap, nuanced meditations on addiction, reality rap, and much more
A faithful posthumous album, the return of a perma-stoned duo, and much more.
Manic Chicago rap, deadpan deliveries, and weird and dark tracks, and much more.
Including Detroit street rap, New York throwback done right, and impressive showings from future legends.
Including star turns, hyperdetailed gross-out raps, beautiful production, and heartbreaking songs.
Including career highs, poignant looks at the past, and promising new tracks from rappers on the verge of breaking out.
Including late night missives, an intense solo debut, and, unexpectedly, a Jenny Lewis feature.
Also including some albums that slipped in at the end of 2018.
This Showtime documentary does not fawn, but it lets the Death Row co-founder’s claims go unchallenged.
Featuring Mozzy, Curly Castro, Rucci, Gucci Mane, and more
Featuring Serengeti, Nef the Pharoah, Rucci, Koran Streets, and Drego & Beno.
Featuring Meek Mill, Ski Mask the Slump God, Lil Baby, and DaBoii
Featuring Earl Sweatshirt, J.I.D, Boosie, Black Thought, Dipset, Benny the Butcher, and Key Glock.
Featuring Kossisko, Chris Crack, City Girls, MBNel, Mike WiLL Made-It , and, uh, Tyler the Creator’s Grinch music.
Featuring Smino, Cupcakke, Zilla Rocca, and Lil Peep.