Robert Christgau on Dreezy's Step Up and Dua Saleh's Spooky, Abstract Rap

The Dean of American Rock Critics also reviews Bali Baby's 'Resurrection.'


Stream of the Crop: 11 New Albums for Heavy Rotation

This week we're stoked on a surprise new project from Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers, as well as some cosmic pastorals, scary sci-fi synth music, jittery techno, and a punk-gone-pop.


Smino's Silky-Smooth New Album 'Noir' Is Here

Dreezy, Valee, and Ravyn Lenae all feature on the St. Louis rapper's second studio album.


Dreezy Opens Up About Being Too Hard on Herself on 'THE THERAPIST'

The Chicago rapper sat down for an emotional session with Dr. Siri Sat Nam Singh.


Dreezy Breaks Down the Struggles She's Had in the Music Industry

The Chicago artist opens up in a deleted scene from 'The Therapist.'


The Winter Remix Report Card: Fresh Faces Like Lil Uzi Vert and A Boogie Join the Posse Cut Ranks

This quarter, “Spend It” and “New Level” get taken to new levels.


Lauriana Mae Premieres "LOL" with Dreezy

The New Jersey singer is prepping for her 'Can't Go Back' project.


Flyover Drawl: Expert Witness with Robert Christgau

The Dean tackles the 'American Honey' soundtrack, plus recent projects from Travis Scott and Dreezy.


Noisey Radio Beats 1: Cam & China, Dreezy, Z-Ro, and More

Kick off the last weekend of July with some of the freshest rap from around the country, plus world premieres from Jazz Cartier and Robbie B.


Dreezy Is on Your Side

The Chicago rapper went viral two years ago with her "Chiraq" freestyle. But now, with her single "Body" and her album 'No Hard Feelings,' she's ready to make a lasting mark.


Why Common Deserves the Grammy for Best Rap Album

The Grammys do still matter. Because of that they need to make the right choice, and that choice is Common.