Washed Rappers Ain't Legends
by Chris Crack
One of Chris Crack's most notable albums of 2020 out of the handful he released. Hilarious lyrics and samples, soulful instrumentals, catchy hooks, and top-tier wordplay. Chris Crack does it all.
Rising artists BERWYN represents the UK rap scene on this introspective, melodic project.
BERWYN's blend of lyricism and smooth vocals create a very calming, yet interesting listening experience.
From Detroit, whiterosemoxie's first full length project broke him into the mainstream. In this captivating, his versatility, creative direction, and production prove his raw talent and potential as a lasting artist.
London rapper Jeshi's most impressive project to date. This album is packed with elegant imagery, wonderful storytelling, impressive lyricism, and beautiful vocal features.
Whole Lotta Red
by Playboi Carti
The long awaited album from the cult-worshipped Playboi Carti. Carti, on his third full-length effort, delivers his most intense tracks yet with eerie melodies, gritty instrumentals, and electric adlibs. The highlights on this project are sure to have you making the 'stank' face.
No Moor Bad Days
by Chuck Indigo
Chuck Indigo shows an incredible amount of growth in this project from his previous work, and proves that the Nashville rap scene has serious talent. Indigo's timely concept is brought to life through his striking lyrics and soulful instrumentals.
by Michael Christmas
The latest release from Boston native rapper Michael Christmas. Christmas continues to show his lyricism and ability to create a catchy hook over primarily lofi hip-hop instrumentals.
The Myth of the Mechanical
by Jack Karowak
In the second project from MA native Jack Karowak, he uses his meticulous wordplay to take us on a psychedelic journey reflecting on many aspects of his life.