On his third LP, the 21-year-old Atlanta rapper flashes some of the exuberance that made him such an exciting presence on his early mixtapes, but it's still bogged down by filler.
Lil Baby and Gunna are the yin and yang of Atlanta’s new class of rap, each filling in the gaps in each other's thematic concerns. But that isn’t what happens on 'Drip Harder.'
With 'Lil Boat 2,' the Quality Control rapper drops the pop attempts for sure fire bangers.
The South Florida duo delivers a visual for their debut single “Fuck Dat Nigga” from Quality Control’s ‘Control The Streets’ compilation.
Recorded between 2014 and 2015, the long-awaited album features BJ the Chicago Kid, Ash Riser, and Doja Cat.
Coach K, who's managed everyone from Young Jeezy to Gucci Mane to Migos, discusses trap music and hipster rap in this extended transcript from Noisey Atlanta.
OG Maco's fiery delivery, available now on 15 new tracks